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29 superiors
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28 cases
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28 deputed
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Council of Trent

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   Document,  Part
1 7,2| remain in force; in which cases nevertheless, it shall be 2 8,1| Apostolic See, in other cases within the year; otherwise 3 8,1| year only, except in the cases by law provided. ~CHAPTER 4 14,3| definitive sentence; in which cases the statutes of the ancient 5 14,3| orders and degrees, in the cases wherein the presence of 6 15,1| On the Reservation of Cases. ~Wherefore, since the nature 7 15,1| judgment, certain more grievous cases of crimes. Neither is it 8 15,1| that this reservation of cases have effect, not merely 9 15,1| have no power in reserved cases, let this alone be their 10 15,3| not the right of reserving cases to themselves, except as 11 15,3| therefore the reservation of cases hinders not but that a priest 12 15,3| truly absolve from reserved cases; let him be anathema. ~CANON 13 22,2| perpetual unions, in the cases by law permitted. ~In order, 14 22,2| churches, and in the other cases by law permitted; even though 15 23,4| absentees devolves; certa in cases excepted. ~Bishops, even 16 23,4| Apostolic See, shall, in the cases by law permitted, be the 17 25,3| contracted in prohibited cases, in which marriages either 18 25,4| prescribed in any of the cases above-named; besides the 19 25,4| from crime, and dispense in cases of irregularity and suspension. ~ 20 25,4| whatsoever their subjects, in all cases whatsoever that are secret, 21 25,4| all the above-mentioned cases, to none other but to one 22 25,4| individual appeal in those cases allowed of by law, or lodge 23 26,3| permission in necessary cases only; nor shall any other 24 26,3| one shall, except in the cases by law expressed, compel 25 26,3| whatsoever,--except in the cases provided for by law,--to 26 26,3| XIX. ~How to proceed in cases of pretended invalidity 27 26,4| named above. But in all cases regard is to be paid to 28 26,4| the common advantage, the cases and necessities which arise;


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