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Nevertheless, during the Middle Ages expectative graces were customarily conferred upon applicants to canonical prebends in the cathedral and collegiate chapters.
This fact was due to toleration by the Holy See, which even accorded to the chapters the right of nominating four canons in the way of expectative graces.
They had an understanding laugh together, which represents the expectative relationship among the three main religions/philosophies of that time, namely the harmony among Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism.
(42) Peter then refers to two canons of that council which, he claims, have been forgotten at Rome: one dealt with the recuperation of tithes from laymen and the other prohibited the assignment of benefices before they were actually vacated (expectative graces).
Much about his early background rests on whether or not Gilbert Cavan was the clerk who was granted expectative provision on 1 June 1381, to a vicarage under Holyrood Abbey and then another vicarage under Kelso Abbey on 21 December.
In the canon law of the Roman Catholic Church, an expectative, or an expectative grace (from the Latin expectare, to expect or wait for), is the anticipatory grant of an ecclesiastical benefice, not vacant at the moment but which will become so, regularly, on the death of its present incumbent.