[Title according to the codex C] IV [sic!]. On the rights of those who are called bishops.
[Title according to A, N, R, T, t] Numbers vary. On the rights of those who wander [peregrini] or are called co-bishop.
[Title according to the codices A and R] III. That those who dared to usurp chattels cannot participate in the ordinary councils.
[Title according to the Hispana collection] III. Concerning what the heretic and schismatic bishops should observe, if they would come to the Catholic faith.
[Title according to P. Crabbe, Councils, fol. CCCXX] III. Concerning what the heretic and schismatic bishopsshould observe, if they would come to the Catholic faith.
III. What was therefore decreed by the Nicean council [can. 8] concerning receiving some of the schismatics (rather than heretics), this gathering established that should be observed as well by every [bishop] in his territory. Hence, if to anyone of the brothers [i.e. bishops] something of this sort [i.e. receiving a schismatic] was dictated by the counsel of the heart, it is allowed to cede to him [i.e. the schismatic] a church from one of his parishes [parrocia], in which he would receive the title of chorbishop (as the same canon [of the Nicean council] dictates) or the so-called peregrine communion [communio peregrina].
Firstly, let it be decreed that this is permitted in every province with the exception of Alpina Maritima; if anyone would enter [this province] from whatever place as an initiator of evil and an enemy of peace, he will risk damnation, which he himself has provoked. Also, if someone would communicate with someone who has violated these statutes, he will be denied the communion with everybody.
Secondly, [it is decreed] that they [ex-schismatic bishops] could be granted every place apart of a public one, not to give them a place which would exalt him in rank in the eyes of the city council [curia] and the community [ciuitas]. Additionally, he should not dare to offer [Mass] in cities, especially in the abscence of the bishops, or ordain anyone, even the lower clergy, even in the same church as was assigned to him out of mercy. It is also prohibited to every bishop to cede some [of his prerogatives to a chorbishop] even if he assumed his office at a young age and [would do it] as if out of reverence for the old age. He also cannot usurp any of the prerogatives of the episcopal office anywhere apart from the church which he acquired out of mercy, in which he is allowed only to confirm the neophytes and offer [Mass] before the presbyters.
If he [i.e. the chorbishop] at any time, encouraged by the charity of the other [i.e. local bishop], would change his place of residence, he will not obtain a burial place in any other church than the one he had previously renounced, and he will never gain [the right] to govern two churches. It is necessery for the bishop of a city to ordain the ministers in the church which was ceded to the chorbishop.
Speaking of the ministers: because some of those, who are said to have been excommunicated by him, entered [the ranks] of the clergy, it is decreed that those, of whom it will be proved, should be deposed. Those, however, to whom no illicit behaviour can be attributed, just as it seems should be established in the case of the priest [sacerdos, i.e. bishop] of Embrun himself, should either keep their ministry in the church, or be transfered to the place in which he [i.e. future chorbishop, Armentarius] would live. In the castles and villages wherever he would come, he is permitted to bless the people whom he received by the permission of these statutes and, as it was defined above, in one and the same church [he can] confirm the neophytes, [and generally do] everything in the presence of the presbyters that he is forbidden to do in the cities.
(trans. J. Szafranowski)