Consisting of seven chapters containing 52 articles, the rules are applicable to all religious personnel — bishops, priests, Buddhist and Taoist monks, etc. — and require those holding any sort of religious function to be formally registered with the government. They also outline the rights and characteristics of religious work in China, and the obligations of those with religious roles.

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