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1 1,20 | the maturity of a human person and at~the same time come 2 1,23 | reputation~which another person enjoys nor to violate the 3 1,23 | violate the right of any person to protect his or her own 4 4,90 | himself a place~or juridic person which does not belong to 5 4,90 | the same place or juridic person in all~matters regarding 6 4,116 | matter which affects~the person of a certain bishop who 7 4,122 | honesty; for~validity a person is excluded who is related 8 6,157 | delegate his power to a~certain person for all cases. 2. The power 9 6,168 | the special talents~of a person required for the episcopate.~ 10 7,180 | Canon 180~In order for a person to be considered suitable 11 7,187 | episcopate, by which the person is constituted the eparchial 12 7,196 | frequently preaching in~person. He is also to take care 13 7,225 | Canon 225~1. Only one person is to be elected or appointed 14 7,280 | established~parish is a juridic person by the law itself.~ 15 7,281 | eparchial bishop. 2. A juridic person~cannot validly be a pastor.~ 16 7,285 | a judgment~concerning a person's suitability he is to listen 17 7,290 | the pastor represents the person of~the parish. 2. Sacred 18 7,297 | all the circumstances of person~and place, is to decide 19 10,335 | legitimately erected is a juridic person by the~law itself. 2. The 20 12,420 | houses subject to them in person or through another if they 21 12,442 | requiring more,~in order that a person be capable to assume the 22 12,442 | it is required that the person be~perpetually professed, 23 12,443 | the synaxis of election~in person or through another. 2. At 24 12,443 | presides over the election in person or~through another.~ 25 12,448 | it is required~that the person is moved by the right intention, 26 12,464 | by the same superior in person or by another; (3) that 27 12,488 | for it in the typicon, the person does not make the novitiate 28 12,488 | the monastery requires~the person to go through some probationary 29 12,527 | by the same superior in person or through another; (3) 30 12,547 | reason for not admitting that person to the~renewal of temporary 31 13,578 | association. 2. ~The same person can be enrolled in several 32 15,595 | fundamental rights of the~human person or the salvation of souls.~ 33 15,616 | the dignity of the human person and fundamental human~rights, 34 15,617 | stronger commitment to the person of Christ.~ 35 15,629 | formation of the whole human~person in such a way that young 36 16,668 | name of the Church by a~person legitimately appointed for 37 16,668 | for can. 199, 1; no other person can add to, remove, or modify 38 16,675 | Canon 675~1. In baptism a person through washing with natural 39 16,675 | reception of baptism is a person made capable for the~other 40 16,677 | the proper pastor of the person to~be baptized, or another 41 16,677 | mother or father, if another person is not available who knows 42 16,678 | Church sui iuris in which the person to be baptized is to be 43 16,679 | Canon 679~Every person not yet baptized and only 44 16,679 | baptized and only such a person is capable~of receiving 45 16,681 | least one of them, or the person who lawfully takes their~ 46 16,682 | Canon 682~1. For a person who is no longer an infant 47 16,682 | for personal sins. 2. A person who is no longer an infant 48 16,683 | according to the norm of~law the person to be baptized is to be 49 16,684 | tradition of the Churches the~person who is to be baptized should 50 16,684 | Christian initiation for a person who is no longer~an infant; 51 16,684 | and to help~the baptized person lead a Christian life in 52 16,685 | Canon 685~1. For a person to fulfill validly the role 53 16,685 | 4) be designated by the person to be baptized or the~parents 54 16,685 | mother or spouse of the person to be baptized; (6) not 55 16,688 | Canon 688~The person who administers the baptism 56 16,691 | declaration of the baptized person founded on undoubted arguments, 57 16,691 | arguments, especially if the person received baptism when~no 58 16,698 | the priest acting~in the person of Christ over the offering 59 16,711 | Canon 711~A person who is conscious of serious 60 16,711 | penance; in this case the person should make an act~of perfect 61 16,721 | required~not only that the person be properly disposed, but 62 16,721 | an exhortation that each person take~care to make an act 63 16,729 | all force: (1) ~if a sick person who cannot leave the house 64 16,731 | be absolved unless that person~formally retracts the denunciation 65 16,762 | receiving sacred orders: (1) ~a person who labors under some form 66 16,762 | out the ministry; (2) a~person who has committed the delict 67 16,762 | heresy or~schism; (3) a person who has attempted marriage, 68 16,762 | same type of vow; (4) a person who has committed voluntary 69 16,762 | cooperated in either; (5) a person who~has seriously and maliciously 70 16,762 | mutilated himself or another person~or a person who has attempted 71 16,762 | himself or another person~or a person who has attempted suicide; ( 72 16,762 | attempted suicide; (6) a person who has performed an act 73 16,762 | or presbyterate while the person~either lacked that order 74 16,762 | Canonical penalty. (7) a person who holds an office or position~ 75 16,763 | exercising sacred orders: (1) a~person who illegitimately received 76 16,763 | receiving sacred orders; (2) a person who committed a crime or 77 16,763 | 762, 1, nn.~2-6; (3) a person who is afflicted with insanity 78 16,789 | law; (3) ~a marriage of a person who is bound by natural 79 16,789 | new marriage unless the person fulfills certain conditions; ( 80 16,789 | conditions; (6) a marriage of a person who has publicly rejected~ 81 16,789 | Catholic faith, even if that person did not become a member~ 82 16,790 | impediment disqualifies a person from contracting~marriage 83 16,802 | Canon 802~1. A person who is held to a bond of 84 16,803 | Marriage with a non-baptized person cannot validly be celebrated. 85 16,806 | marriage can take place with a person who is abducted or at~least 86 16,806 | into marriage, unless~the person freely chooses marriage 87 16,807 | Canon 807~1. A person who, with the intention 88 16,807 | marriage~with a certain person, brings about the death 89 16,807 | about the death of that person's~spouse or one's own spouse, 90 16,811 | sponsor and the baptized person and the parents of the same 91 16,820 | 1. Error concerning the person renders marriage invalid. 92 16,820 | concerning a quality of a person, even if such error is the~ 93 16,821 | Canon 821~A person contracts invalidly who 94 16,825 | inflicted from outside the person, even when inflicted unintentionally, 95 16,825 | of such a type that the person is compelled~to choose matrimony 96 16,841 | place of celebration or the person who acts in his place, even 97 16,844 | concerning a~marriage which the person who is renewing consent 98 16,856 | without any answer, the~person's silence is considered 99 16,860 | Canon 860~A non-baptized person who, having received baptism 100 16,892 | Canon 892~A person who has power over the matter 101 16,892 | fulfillment would prejudice such a~person.~ 102 16,894 | are suspended~while the person who makes the vow remains 103 17,900 | to the~Church or to the person, the reception may be put 104 18,908 | fundamental rights of the human person,~promotion of peace, days 105 19,909 | Canon 909~1. A person who has complete the eighteenth 106 19,909 | adult, below this age, a person is a minor. 2. Before the 107 19,910 | Canon 910~1. An adult person enjoys the full use of his 108 19,910 | his or her rights, a minor person is under the authority of 109 19,911 | Canon 911~A person is called a traveler (peregrinus) 110 19,916 | and quasi-domicile each person acquires his or her local 111 19,916 | of the~place where that person is actually staying. 3. 112 19,922 | Canon 922~1. Every juridic person constituted by special concession 113 19,922 | to set it up as a juridic person. ~2. While observing common 114 19,922 | specific purpose of the juridic person; (2) the nature of the juridic 115 19,922 | the nature of the juridic person; (3) who is responsible~ 116 19,922 | management of the juridic person and how this management~ 117 19,922 | to represent the juridic person~in the civil and in the 118 19,922 | the goods of the juridic person and, in~the case of the 119 19,922 | the case of the juridic person ceasing to exist, who is 120 19,922 | goods with other juridic person, observing~always the wishes 121 19,922 | acquired rights. 3. A juridic~person cannot validly transact 122 19,923 | constituted as a juridic person~unless it is made up of 123 19,924 | the~votes are equal, the person presiding can break the 124 19,925 | member of a collegial juridic person survives, and~the aggregate 125 19,926 | the rights of a juridic person which does not have any 126 19,926 | members of this juridic person~can and, according to case, 127 19,926 | the care of that juridic~person; the same thing is to be 128 19,927 | By its nature a juridic person is perpetual; nevertheless,~ 129 19,927 | hundred years. ~2. A juridic person can be suppressed only for 130 19,928 | can suppress any juridic~person except those that have been 131 19,929 | the territory of a juridic person is divided in such a way~ 132 19,929 | united to another juridic person or a~distinct juridic person 133 19,929 | person or a~distinct juridic person is established for the separated 134 19,929 | statutes by which the juridic person is governed.~ 135 19,930 | extinction of a juridic person, its goods go to the next~ 136 19,930 | the next~higher juridic person, with due regard always 137 19,930 | which the extinct juridic person was governed.~ 138 19,931 | required that it be~placed by a person able and competent to place 139 19,932 | force brought to bear~upon a person, which the person was not 140 19,932 | upon a person, which the person was not in any way able 141 19,934 | opinion of the persons or~person; (2) if counsel is required, 142 20,940 | promoted to an office, a person must be suitable, that is, 143 20,940 | required by~law. 2. When the person promoted to the office lacks 144 20,942 | the~same time by the same person may not be conferred upon 145 20,942 | not be conferred upon one person~unless there is a real necessity.~ 146 20,945 | Canon 945~A person who confers an office, while 147 20,945 | acquires no power over the person upon whom the office was 148 20,945 | juridic situation~of that person is the same as though the 149 20,950 | Canon 950~Even if a person has the right to vote in 150 20,950 | more than one title, such a person can cast only one ballot.~ 151 20,953 | Canon 953~1. A person is ineligible to vote: ( 152 20,953 | subtracting that vote the~person elected did not receive 153 20,954 | fraud to vote for a certain person or many~persons disjunctively; ( 154 20,955 | clearly how many votes each person received. 3. If the number~ 155 20,956 | after the third ballot, the person who~is senior by age is 156 20,956 | religious, in which cases~that person is to be deemed elected 157 20,956 | or, among religious, the person who is senior by first~profession. 158 20,956 | first~profession. 2. The person who presides at the election 159 20,957 | communicated immediately to the person~elected in writing or in 160 20,957 | having been notified, the person elected must inform the 161 20,957 | election has no effect. 3. A person elected who does not accept~ 162 20,957 | subsequent acceptance; such a person however,~can be elected 163 20,958 | provisions are made in law, the person elected who~has accepted 164 20,958 | confirmation; otherwise the person acquires only the right 165 20,959 | requires confirmation the person elected~must personally 166 20,959 | election; otherwise the person~elected is deprived of any 167 20,959 | unless it is proved that the~person has been constrained from 168 20,959 | receiving confirmation, the person~may not become involved 169 20,959 | and~acts placed by such a person are invalid.~ 170 20,960 | deny confirmation if the person elected is qualified according 171 20,960 | confirmation has been received the person elected acquires the~office 172 20,961 | prevents the~election of the person whom the electors believe 173 20,961 | vote to postulate such a~person from the competent authority, 174 20,964 | can. 957, 2 and 3. 3. The person who accepts the postulation 175 20,965 | can be conferred upon the~person who loses an office by reason 176 20,967 | Canon 967~A person of sound mind can resign 177 20,970 | been communicated to the person~resigning; if, however, 178 20,970 | been communicated to the person resigning within three months 179 20,971 | Canon 971~A person who has resigned an office 180 20,973 | competent authority. 2. The person transferred continues to 181 20,974 | Canon 974~1. A person is removed from office either 182 20,975 | provisions are made in law, a person cannot be~removed from an 183 20,975 | competent authority, that person can be removed from~office 184 20,977 | Canon 977~If a person is removed from office which 185 21,981 | that which~is granted to a person, but not by means of an 186 21,983 | delegation rests with the person who~claims to have been 187 21,986 | Canon 986~A person can exercise executive power 188 21,989 | interpreted; however, a person who has received delegated 189 21,990 | unless thereafter that person is impeded or~does not wish 190 22,998 | be a dispute between this person and the~author of the decree 191 22,999 | proposing some recourse, a person must seek the revocation 192 22,1002| if it is not done and the person making recourse petitions~ 193 22,1003| adaptations being made; the person making the~recourse also 194 22,1003| constituted ex officio if the person making the recourse lacks 195 22,1003| authority can always order the person making the recourse to appear 196 23,1008| belongs to that juridic person which has lawfully acquired 197 23,1016| administrators of any~juridic person are presumed to be given 198 23,1016| be given to that juridic person. ~3. These offerings cannot 199 23,1018| an ecclesiastical juridic person, they can be acquired only 200 23,1018| another ecclesiastical juridic person.~ 201 23,1019| belong to another juridic person are prescribed after a~period 202 23,1020| the~name of the juridic person to which they belong, with 203 23,1020| in the name of a juridic person; the same authority~is to 204 23,1020| lawfully possessed by a juridic person, but whose acquisition is 205 23,1023| ecclesiastical goods of a juridic person is the responsibility of~ 206 23,1024| authority to whom~the juridic person is immediately subject to 207 23,1024| own advantage, a juridic~person is not held to answer for 208 23,1026| archives of the juridic person to which they belong, the~ 209 23,1026| patrimony of that juridic~person may undergo is to be noted 210 23,1028| Church or of the juridic person; (6) keep well ordered books 211 23,1028| the rights of the juridic person to its~ecclesiastical goods; 212 23,1035| patrimony of the juridic~person, it is required that there 213 23,1036| synod for goods of a juridic~person subject to an eparchial 214 23,1036| those goods of a juridic person not subject to an eparchial~ 215 23,1038| situation of the juridic person~whose temporal goods are 216 23,1046| Canon 1046~1. A person who accepts to be a trustee 217 23,1046| completely~prohibits this, the person is not to accept the trust. 218 23,1047| established as a juridic person by competent~authority; ( 219 23,1047| any manner to a juridic person and carrying~with them the 220 23,1047| are entrusted to a juridic person subject~to an eparchial 221 23,1047| they fall to that juridic person.~ 222 23,1048| validly accepted by a juridic~person, the written consent of 223 23,1048| established~that the juridic person can fulfill the new obligation 224 23,1050| the archive of~the juridic person.~ 225 24,1055| rights of physical or juridic person, or to declare juridic~facts; ( 226 24,1066| temporal goods~of a juridic person represented by the eparchial 227 24,1069| between a~member and a juridic person of an institute of consecrated 228 24,1069| other physical or juridic person, the eparchial tribunal~ 229 24,1075| actual residence. ~2. A person whose domicile, quasi-domicile 230 24,1079| place of residence of the person whose inheritance or pious 231 24,1100| Canon 1100~1. The same person can hold the office of promoter 232 24,1102| within the territory of the person mandating.~ 233 24,1105| Canon 1105~A person who has taken part in a 234 24,1119| finds~for incompetence, the person who feels injured can appeal 235 24,1121| issues~(litis contestatio); a person who proposes them later 236 24,1130| Canon 1130~If a person to be interrogated speaks 237 24,1130| employed, if a deaf or~mute person must be interrogated, unless 238 24,1130| perhaps prefers that the person respond to questions in 239 24,1135| nevertheless bound to be present~in person at the trial when the law 240 24,1137| authority is~present, this person can be admitted by an ecclesiastical 241 24,1137| eparchial bishop of the person to whom the~guardian or 242 24,1158| Canon 1158~1. A person who through at least probable 243 24,1158| similar circumstances a person can obtain an order restraining 244 24,1161| right, can impose on the person a~prior obligation to compensate 245 24,1163| provision for~the support of a person, the judge, having heard 246 24,1163| judge himself, or, if a person prefers, to the appellate 247 24,1167| be entrusted to another person who is an expert in law.~ 248 25,1185| Canon 1185~A person who wishes to bring another 249 25,1191| suit is~filed against a person who does not have the free 250 25,1191| the case may be, or to the person who~is bound to enter the 251 25,1207| of proof rests upon the person who makes the allegations. 252 25,1209| is permitted to hear the person through a person assigned 253 25,1209| hear the person through a person assigned by the judge or 254 25,1209| the judge or to seek the person's declaration before a~notary 255 25,1242| but to the judge or~the person taking the judge's place 256 25,1245| the intelligence~of the person being interrogated, not 257 25,1253| and good reputation of the person; (2) whether the witness~ 258 25,1266| Canon 1266~A person who has a favorable legal 259 25,1276| right to intervene. 3. The person who intervenes in a case 260 25,1303| 2) it~was rendered by a person who lacks the power of judging 261 25,1303| standing in court; (6) one person acted in the name of another~ 262 25,1327| expire as long as the injured~person is a minor.~ 263 25,1328| being taken to indemnify the person seeking restitutio in integrum 264 27,1404| extend a penalty~from one person to another, or from one 265 27,1445| of religious or to a lay person who is actually exercising 266 27,1451| bodily or mental torture on a person, is to~be punished with 267 27,1452| satisfaction; but if such a person refuses, that person is 268 27,1452| such a person refuses, that person is to be punished with minor 269 27,1454| manner of religious, or a lay person appointed to an ecclesiastical~ 270 27,1463| appropriate penalty, likewise the person who accepts such gifts~or 271 28,1468| through another suitable person about the facts and~circumstances 272 28,1468| auditor~in the process; this person cannot act as a judge in 273 28,1477| in can. 1483, 1 and~that person's advocate take part in 274 28,1486| to the norm of law, the person has neglected to appear.~( 275 29,1495| an act is null or that~a person is disqualified from acting 276 29,1511| individual precepts by which a person or determined~persons are 277 29,1514| has been made known to the person for whom it has~been given. 278 29,1520| Canon 1519~1. The person who issues a decree should 279 29,1521| or two witnesses to the person for~whom it is destined 280 29,1521| been communicated. 3. If a person for whom a decree is destined 281 29,1523| to the circumstances of person or place,~the executor is 282 29,1525| personal qualifications, or the person of the substitute has been 283 29,1528| granted only orally to a person has to be~proved whenever 284 29,1529| be requested for another person, even without that~person' 285 29,1529| person, even without that~person's consent, and it goes into 286 29,1529| goes into effect before the person's~acceptance, unless it 287 29,1533| it is personal, when the person to whom it has~been granted 288 29,1534| authority. 2. Any physical person can renounce a privilege 289 29,1534| granted on behalf of that~person alone. 3. Physical persons 290 29,1534| granted to some juridic person or has~been granted by reason 291 29,1534| thing; nor is~a juridic person competent to renounce a 292 30,1544| understood~as that which a person has to exercise or pursue 293 30,1544| which does not run if the person is unaware or unable to


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