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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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party

   Part, Question
1 2, 105 | under his hands . . . if the party remain alive ~a day . . . 2 2, 35 | sometimes the sin of one party only, for instance, ~when 3 2, 36 | intention of the contentious party, secondly, with regard ~ 4 2, 40 | withstand the seditious party, are not themselves seditious, 5 2, 60 | the condition of either party being duly considered according 6 2, 65 | coercive power, whereby either party is ~compelled to comply 7 2, 65 | others, so that the ~guilty party can by no means deny his 8 2, 65 | sometimes is that the guilty party should be ~punished - for 9 2, 65 | person, provided the ~injured party consent to the remission, 10 2, 66 | is in the position ~of a party, so that the judge stands 11 2, 66 | understanding with the innocent party whom ~he has accused, let 12 2, 66 | because he helps the other party, and betrays his ~own side" [* 13 2, 66 | holds the position of a party aiming at ~the punishment 14 2, 67 | the interests of the one ~party that the other is not oppressed. 15 2, 67 | suspense, ~so that the other party would suffer an injury. 16 2, 69 | assistance and counsel to the party for ~whom he pleads. Wherefore, 17 2, 69 | unjustly incurred by the other party by reason of the assistance 18 2, 69 | cause, unjustly injures the party against whom he pleads unjustly. 19 2, 69 | his client to the other ~party. But he can and must give 20 2, 69 | prejudice to the opposing party.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[71] A[ 21 2, 69 | witnesses are common to either party, since ~the judge is bound 22 2, 69 | both parties or from the party by whom they are adduced, ~ 23 2, 69 | an ~advocate defends one party only, and so he may lawfully 24 2, 69 | lawfully accept fee from ~the party he assists.~ 25 2, 75 | more of a burden to ~one party than to another, and consequently 26 2, 75 | to the advantage of one party, and to the disadvantage 27 2, 76 | unless ~indeed the other party by losing some of his own 28 2, 76 | swears by false gods, is a party, not to ~his sin of swearing 29 2, 98 | gave, ~although the other party unjustly retains it.~Aquin.: 30 2, 108 | the third "profits one party so as ~to injure another"; 31 2, 121 | though one were the stronger party; and it is more difficult ~ 32 2, 152 | the consent of the other party." Now this implies a special 33 Suppl, 8 | given that wrongs a third ~party. Now it would be prejudicial 34 Suppl, 43| OBJ 2: By this promise one party is bound to the other in 35 Suppl, 43| of ~them - namely when a party enters religion, and when 36 Suppl, 43| spouses contracts with another party by words expressive of the ~ 37 Suppl, 43| doubt is solved by either party not putting in an ~appearance 38 Suppl, 43| it ~was no fault of that party that the marriage was not 39 Suppl, 43| effect. Nor does the other party ~suffer in consequence, 40 Suppl, 44| the act belonging to each party.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[44] A[ 41 Suppl, 45| contrary. Consequently the party in whom there is no fraud 42 Suppl, 47| marriage as regards the party ~using compulsion?~(5) Whether 43 Suppl, 47| marriage as regards the party who uses ~compulsion?~Aquin.: 44 Suppl, 47| at least ~as regards the party who uses compulsion. For 45 Suppl, 47| except in so far as the other party's previous consent ~remains 46 Suppl, 49| is required that neither party ~have intercourse with another, 47 Suppl, 49| promise means that neither party is to ~have intercourse 48 Suppl, 49| intercourse with a third party, so does it require that 49 Suppl, 50| proportion to the other party, and this for three reasons. 50 Suppl, 52| Now the slavery of one party, if it be known to the other, 51 Suppl, 52| the marriage contract one party is bound to the other ~in 52 Suppl, 52| inability, on the ~side of the party to whom he binds himself, 53 Suppl, 52| which ~marriage binds one party in relation to the other, 54 Suppl, 52| to pay the debt, ~neither party can exact of the other a 55 Suppl, 52| is ~unknown to the other party, even though the latter 56 Suppl, 53| in respect of the other party, since the husband is bound 57 Suppl, 55| consequently a married party contracts with the affines 58 Suppl, 55| the affines of the other ~party a relation not of affinity 59 Suppl, 55| does ~not prejudice a third party, wherefore although the 60 Suppl, 55| suspicion, except those of the party that is inferior in rank 61 Suppl, 55| suspicion of love for one party, and hatred for the other. 62 Suppl, 56| because the fault of the one party ~should not be prejudicial 63 Suppl, 58| that ~he gives the other party power over his body. Therefore 64 Suppl, 58| voids marriage, ~so that the party who labors under this impediment 65 Suppl, 58| altogether void, whether ~the party with whom he contracts knows 66 Suppl, 58| facto"; and then if the party with whom he ~contracts 67 Suppl, 58| marriage, when the one married party does not know that the other 68 Suppl, 58| contract, whether the other party knows of it or not. For ~ 69 Suppl, 58| marriage to be dissolved, each ~party is permitted to seek another 70 Suppl, 58| of discretion when each ~party is capable of sufficient 71 Suppl, 59| the unbelief of only one party is an impediment to marriage. 72 Suppl, 59| fails. ~Moreover one married party is not bound to the other 73 Suppl, 59| is dissolved, if the one party remain in unbelief, and 74 Suppl, 61| inquiry:~(1) Whether either party after the marriage has been 75 Suppl, 61| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether one party after the marriage has been 76 Suppl, 62| punishment of the unfaithful party and in favor of the ~faithful 77 Suppl, 62| in favor of the ~faithful party, so that the latter is not 78 Suppl, 62| correction of the guilty party, but ~also his punishment, 79 Suppl, 66| since ~by fornication one party is not bound to the other 80 Suppl, 66| himself, but in the other ~party, wherefore it takes its 81 Suppl, 67| good of the ~contracting party, in so far as it is by its 82 Suppl, 71| the wrath of the angered party is provoked ~to harsher 83 Suppl, 71| to the decision of the ~party who grants them. If, therefore, 84 Suppl, 71| would be in the power of the party granting them to release


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