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The Anglican Communion as a whole, unlike the Roman Catholic Church, does not have a centralised canon law of its own. Each of the autonomous member churches of the communion, however, does have a canonical system. Some, such as the Church of England have an ancient, highly developed canon law while others, such as the Episcopal Church in the United States have more recently developed canonical systems originally based on the English canon law.
- Canon law of the Church of England
- Canon law of the Episcopal Church in the United States
- Ecclesiastical Law Society
- Religious law
- Valid but irregular
- Skyes & Booty 1988, p. 206.
- Skyes, Stephen; Booty, John, eds. (1988). The Study of Anglicanism. London: SPCK. ISBN 978-0-281-04330-9.
- Anglican Communion Legal Advisers' Network (2008). The Principles of Canon Law Common to the Churches of the Anglican Communion (PDF). London: Anglican Consultative Council. ISBN 978-0-9558261-3-9. Retrieved 21 December 2015.
- Doe, Norman (1998). Canon Law in the Anglican Communion: A Worldwide Perspective. Oxford: Clarendon Press. ISBN 978-0-19-826782-9.
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