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seized land from the roman catholic church and placed restriction on religious leader

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placed constitutional limits on the power of the french monarchy - APEX

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abolished the feudal system and many aristocratic privileges apex

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Limited the power of the French

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Placed constitutional limits on the power of the french monarchy.

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