§2. The permission of the Holy See is also required for the valid alienation of goods whose value exceeds the maximum amount, goods given to the Church by vow, or goods precious for artistic or historical reasons.
According to the Canon Law of the Catholic Church above, consent of the finance council and permission from the Holy See is needed ONLY for alienation of property. There was no alienation of property. Furthermore, the third report, which the Archbishop shared in the Umatuna, was conducted by the Pontifical Council for the Interpretation of Legislative Texts. This report concluded that there was no alienation of the property. The three reports are found in the following weblink:
According to the Archbishop's letter to Richard Untalan (which you can easily find in the jungle) dated November 16, 2011, the Archbishop stated (bold is mine):
"After having consulting with the Reverend Monsignor David C. Quitugua, Vicar General and Judical Vicar of the Archdiocese of Agana, regarding the matter presented to the Archdiocesan Finance Council regarding the supposed "alienation" of the property where the Redemptor Mater Seminary and the Theological Institute, "Blessed Diego Luis de Sanvitores" affiliated to the Pontifical Lateran University have their See, I wish to specify precisely that, probably due to a lack of knowledge of Canon Law, it was erroneously understood as "alienation.""
In that letter, the Archbishop already told his finance council that it was not an "alienation" of property. But they did not listen to him because they lacked knowledge of Canon Law and thought that "alienation" and "assignment" are the same in legal terms.