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    Title, Canon
1 2,29 | are enrolled; if it is a case of an adoptive father and 2 2,32 | Apostolic See. 2. In the case of~Christian faithful of 3 2,34 | the Catholic spouse in the case of a mixed~marriage, transfer 4 2,37 | celebrated, even, as~the case may be, in a Latin parish; 5 4,81 | the patriarch unless in a case the Apostolic See has directly 6 4,86 | Church unless in a special case it is expressly~stipulated 7 4,89 | eparchial bishop or, in the case of a member of a religious 8 4,89 | cleric is subject or, in the case of a religious institute 9 4,100 | act in their place in the~case.~ 10 4,114 | eparchial bishop or, if it is a case of a member of a religious 11 4,123 | curia, assisted, if the case warrants~it, by an assistant 12 4,132 | bishop or in an extreme case of~necessity even a priest. 13 4,143 | bishop and indeed, if it~is a case of a member of a religious 14 4,146 | Church arises or if it is a case of the modification of boundaries, 15 6,159 | administrator of an eparchy in the case mentioned in can. 221, n. 16 6,168 | metropolitan and bishops,~for each case the council of hierarchs 17 7,182 | Church. The patriarch, if the case warrants it, adding his 18 7,182 | explicitly revoked, in which case the name of the candidate 19 7,186 | bishops by letter. In this case, the~patriarch must employ 20 7,188 | proclamation if it is a case of election,~or from the 21 7,188 | apostolic letter if it is a case of~appointment. 2. The eparchial 22 7,206 | five years, and, if it is a case of~bishops of a patriarchal 23 7,208 | through~another; if it is a case of bishops of a patriarchal 24 7,210 | the patriarch if it is the case of an eparchial bishop exercising 25 7,213 | patriarch; but if it is the case of a coadjutor bishop who~ 26 7,223 | Canon 223~In the case of a transfer to another 27 7,231 | eparchial consultors, in which case it is~not necessary that 28 7,253 | of the acts of a certain case or transaction only. 2. 29 7,260 | to be opened except in~a case of true necessity and then 30 7,284 | 3) it concerns a~special case, in which case the consent 31 7,284 | a~special case, in which case the consent of the college 32 7,291 | will of the donor in the case of voluntary offerings; 33 10,385 | eparchial bishop or,~as the case may be, the major superior.~ 34 10,389 | if possible, even in the case of controversies between 35 10,390 | committed to them; in the case of married clerics, the 36 10,396 | Canon 396~Except for the case in which the invalidity 37 12,428 | ordination as a deacon, or, in case of a cleric~already enrolled 38 12,431 | afterwards; (3) in either case he must dispose of the goods 39 12,437 | bishop is required in the case of any monastery for the~ 40 12,440 | of the donors; in such a~case the patriarch needs the 41 12,450 | age, except if it is the case of~a monastery which has 42 12,450 | consecrated life, unless it is a case of lawful transfer.~ 43 12,451 | Apostolic~See, unless it is the case of candidates who are destined 44 12,475 | monastery, if it is the case of priest-monks of~the same 45 12,494 | law itself; in the other case, after~the completion of 46 12,498 | monastery sui iuris, if the case~warrants it, shall see to 47 12,501 | Apostolic See,~demand that the case be tried in judicial proceedings. 48 12,501 | the patriarch. 4. If the case is to be treated in a judicial 49 12,501 | to this~tribunal and the case shall be processed according 50 12,509 | eparchial bishop. If it is the~case of erecting the first house 51 12,513 | the statutes,~which in the case of the major superiors must 52 12,513 | profession. 2. If it is the case of the superior general, 53 12,535 | congregation. If it~is the case of perpetual profession, 54 12,537 | ordained bishop. In each case it is necessary that all 55 12,545 | more years, except in the case when he or she completed 56 12,549 | domiciled, if it is the case of a congregation of~eparchial 57 12,560 | diaconal ordination or, in the case of a cleric~already enrolled 58 12,562 | Canon 562~1. In the case of transfer to another society 59 13,574 | 574~With due regard in any case for can. 18, the competent 60 13,577 | his territory,~and as the case may be, to notify the authority 61 15,610 | eparchial bishop in a special case expressly forbids~it. 2. 62 15,638 | patriarchal right, and in any case without~prejudice to the 63 15,657 | the Apostolic See in the~case of patriarchal Churches 64 15,663 | editions or translations. 2. In case of editions of the Sacred~ 65 16,676 | Canon 676~In a case of urgent necessity, baptism 66 16,677 | lawfully presumed. 2. In case of necessity, baptism can 67 16,687 | Canon 687~1. Outside of a case of necessity, baptism is 68 16,689 | enrolled. 2. If it is a case of a child born of an unwed~ 69 16,689 | or~parents. 3. If it is a case of an adopted child, the 70 16,695 | with baptism, except in a case of true necessity, in which~ 71 16,695 | true necessity, in which~case, however, it is to be seen 72 16,696 | sui iuris; when it is a case~of Christian faithful of 73 16,711 | sacrament of penance; in this case the person should make an 74 16,720 | confession of this~type, in which case reconciliation can take 75 16,720 | and can determine such a case of necessity with~general 76 16,722 | bishop denies it in a special case. 3. For presbyters to~act 77 16,722 | local hierarch in a~special case expressly denies it; the 78 16,722 | the superior, if it is a case of a house of an institute 79 16,739 | those mentioned, indeed,~in case of necessity he must do 80 16,742 | liturgical books;~however, in case of necessity only the anointing 81 16,746 | three bishops, except in case~of extreme necessity. 2. 82 16,748 | See; if, however, it is a case of a~candidate who is enrolled 83 16,759 | the patriarch, if it is a case of a candidate who has a 84 16,760 | otherwise. 2. If it is a case of a candidate who is not 85 16,766 | same cause, unless it is a~case of the impediment arising 86 16,768 | bad~faith. 2. If it is a case of the impediment arising 87 16,769 | ordination or, if it~is the case of the first sacred ordination, 88 16,785 | even under oath if the case warrants it, that they~have 89 16,789 | the local hierarch in this case will not grant permission 90 16,794 | Canon 794~1. In a special case, the local hierarch can 91 16,795 | institute, unless it is a case of congregations of eparchial 92 16,797 | hierarch and, provided the~case is occult, all persons mentioned 93 16,831 | residence, or, if it is a case of a transient, actual~residence 94 16,832 | for a~month. 2. In either case, if another priest, even 95 16,836 | Canon 836~Outside the case of necessity, in the celebration 96 16,837 | establishes otherwise, in which case it must provide the conditions 97 16,841 | the marriage and, as the case may be, dispensation~from 98 16,856 | be~observed. 3. In either case, the fact that the interrogation~ 99 16,857 | without just cause, in which case, however, an~interrogation 100 16,859 | non-baptized~husbands. 2. In this case the marriage is to be celebrated~ 101 16,866 | conjugal life, in which case the former renounces the 102 16,874 | reprobated, unless it~is the case of someone who was a patriarch, 103 19,922 | juridic person and, in~the case of the juridic person ceasing 104 19,926 | the authority that, in the case of its extinction, is~responsible 105 19,926 | person~can and, according to case, must be carried out by 106 20,936 | clear from the nature of the case.~ 107 20,973 | Canon 973~1. In the case of a transfer, the prior 108 21,986 | certain from the nature of the~case; he can also exercise this 109 21,992 | after the completion of case for which~is was granted, 110 22,1001| fifteen days runs: (1) in a~case in which the petition of 111 22,1006| Canon 1006~Even if it is a case of decrees which concern 112 23,1027| may suffer no harm in the case of the death or~the cessation 113 23,1036| bishop, who gets in each case the~consent of the finance 114 23,1036| patriarch Church, or if it is a case of~precious goods or of 115 23,1036| established~or approved or in the case of precious goods or goods 116 23,1037| double the value or~if the case involves precious goods 117 24,1059| faithful is free to bring a case at any stage and in~any 118 24,1059| begun to adjudicate the case except in the~case of an 119 24,1059| adjudicate the case except in the~case of an appeal; for this reason, 120 24,1059| Roman~Pontiff has called the case to himself.~ 121 24,1062| bishops is~party in the case, or is unable to be present, 122 24,1062| bishop; likewise, in the case where an objection has been 123 24,1067| bishops concerned, if it is a case of~eparchies situated within 124 24,1067| patriarchal Church, if such is the case, this tribunal is to~be 125 24,1077| another~tribunal. 2. If the case revolves around obligations 126 24,1080| mentioned canons and yet a case is introduced before him, 127 24,1082| has the right to judge the case.~ 128 24,1083| is competent~to hear the case, is to be decided by the 129 24,1084| bishop reserves a certain case to a college~of three judges. 130 24,1085| counter-claim or for an incidental case; (2) the settlement of~recourse 131 24,1085| first instance decided the case in a collegial manner,~likewise 132 24,1085| likewise in appeal the case is to be decided collegially 133 24,1085| decision in first instance, the case is to be decided in~appeal 134 24,1085| single judge, except in the case mentioned in can.~1084, 135 24,1091| The ponens reports on the case at the meeting of the judges 136 24,1093| out the instruction of the case, selecting one either from 137 24,1100| bond but not in the same case. 2. The~promoter and defender 138 24,1103| mediation. 3. If, however, the case~concerns the private good 139 24,1104| judge cannot adjudicate any~case unless the party concerned 140 24,1105| who has taken part in a case as a judge, promoter of~ 141 24,1105| validly resolve the~same case as a judge or act as an 142 24,1106| undertake the adjudication of a case in~which the judge may have 143 24,1110| request of a party; once a case has been~legitimately introduced, 144 24,1113| bound to secrecy in~a penal case; they are also thus bound 145 24,1113| thus bound in a contentious case if~the parties may be harmed 146 24,1113| often as the~nature of a case or the proofs are such that 147 24,1115| Judges who refuse to try a case even if they are certainly~ 148 24,1119| with the matter. 2. In the~case of an exception of relative 149 24,1128| the judge. 2. Besides the case mentioned in 1, for a just 150 24,1131| whether the acts of the case, that is,~those acts which 151 24,1133| nothing to the merits of the case or are certainly~calumnious 152 24,1137| guardian or curator for the case.~ 153 24,1138| or to contest it. 3. In a case where~the representative 154 24,1139| which~involves minors or a case in which a public good is 155 24,1152| was committed, or, in the case of a permanent and habitual 156 24,1156| due to~a connection of a case with the principal action 157 24,1157| were delegated for~only one case or was otherwise relatively 158 24,1174| competent to decide the case in~first instance, unless 159 24,1176| have any coercive power; in case of necessity they can introduce 160 24,1176| necessity they can introduce the case before the competent tribunal.~ 161 24,1182| such a remedy; in which case, the appeal is to be lodged 162 25,1186| introductory libellus or the~case can be easily investigated 163 25,1187| express before~which judge the case is being introduced, what 164 25,1190| order to proceed with~the case, there is no need for a 165 25,1191| special procurator, as the case may be, or to the person 166 25,1193| nevertheless appeared to pursue the case.~ 167 25,1194| the judge to pursue the case: (1) the issue~ceases to 168 25,1194| be res integra; (2) the case becomes proper to that~judge 169 25,1199| was initiated: (1) if~the case is not concluded, its prosecution 170 25,1199| resumes the suit; (2) if the case is concluded, the judge 171 25,1203| but not the acts~of the case, which in fact may be operative 172 25,1203| instance~provided that the case involves the same persons 173 25,1203| outsiders the acts of the case have no other~value than 174 25,1208| useful for deciding~the case and which are licit can 175 25,1217| other circumstances of the case; but complete probative 176 25,1223| with other aspects of the case but it cannot be~given full 177 25,1228| admitted in every kind of case under the supervision of 178 25,1231| those who are parties in the case, or~who represent the parties 179 25,1231| the~parties in the same case; (2) priests as regards 180 25,1244| the witness regarding the case, the judge is also to~inquire 181 25,1245| offense and pertinent to the case~being tried.~ 182 25,1247| and~accounts; in such a case they may consult the notes 183 25,1258| focus. 2. The acts of the case and other documents and 184 25,1260| other~circumstances of the case. 2. In giving the reasons 185 25,1262| inspect the acts of the case if necessary and be~present 186 25,1263| If in order to settle a case the judge considers it opportune 187 25,1267| Canon 1267~An incidental case is had whenever, after the 188 25,1267| which is so pertinent to the case that it~very often must 189 25,1268| Canon 1268~An incidental case is proposed in writing or 190 25,1268| to settle the principal case with an indication of the 191 25,1268| between it and the principal case.~ 192 25,1269| considered when the principal case is settled.~ 193 25,1271| 1271~Before the principal case is closed, if there is just 194 25,1272| and is to decree that the~case should proceed to the definitive 195 25,1273| before the settlement of the case, the respondent can adduce 196 25,1273| before the settlement of the case, the respondent can use 197 25,1276| admitted to intervene in a case~at any stage of the suit, 198 25,1276| before the conclusion of the case must present to the judge 199 25,1276| person who intervenes in a case must be admitted at that 200 25,1276| at that stage which the case~has reached with a brief 201 25,1276| to present proofs if the case has reached the probatory 202 25,1280| the same judge of the main case if the attempt is introduced 203 25,1282| for the conclusion of the case. 2. ~The conclusion takes 204 25,1282| judge declares that the case is~sufficiently instructed. 205 25,1282| that the conclusion of the case has been completed, in whatever~ 206 25,1283| After the conclusion of the case, the judge can still call~ 207 25,1284| After the conclusion of the case, the judge is to determine 208 25,1286| reason; however, in that case, the grant made to one party 209 25,1287| outside the acts of the case. 2. If the discussion of 210 25,1287| If the discussion of the case~has been done in writing, 211 25,1290| Canon 1290~After the case has been tried in a judicial 212 25,1290| if it is the~principal case, it is settled by the judge 213 25,1290| if it is an incidental case, it is settled by an interlocutory 214 25,1291| unless there is~question of a case which enjoys the favor of 215 25,1291| favor of the law, in which~case the decision must be in 216 25,1292| conclusions on the~merits of the case and the reasons, both in 217 25,1292| appended to the~acts of the case with a notation of their 218 25,1292| ponens~or the relator of the case, and there is to be a discussion 219 25,1292| unless the instruction of the case must be completed in accordance 220 25,1293| from the day on~which the case was settled, unless, in 221 25,1301| least some~party in the case.~ 222 25,1302| sentence itself if it is a case involving the private good.~ 223 25,1303| the~tribunal in which the case was settled; (3) the judge 224 25,1310| sentence or from a decree in a~case in which the law provides 225 25,1321| issues has taken place the case is to be discussed~and the 226 25,1323| introduction of the same case.~ 227 25,1325| have been pronounced in a case~concerning the status of 228 25,1325| new presentation of~the case must be admitted or not. 229 25,1325| new presentation of the case does not suspend the execution 230 25,1327| sentence; but if, in the case mentioned in~can. 1326, 231 25,1329| pronounce on~the merits of the case.~ 232 25,1331| norms~on appeals; if the case is presented before the 233 25,1332| 1332~1. The opponent in any case must prove that his or her 234 25,1335| one who~not only lost the case but also engaged in litigation 235 25,1337| having arranged, if the case warrants, for the rendering 236 25,1341| regarding the merits of the case; but if~it has been discovered 237 25,1354| in the instruction of the case or something else~turns 238 25,1354| immediately decides the case privately when the hearing~ 239 25,1355| sentence~and remand the case to the tribunal which passed 240 26,1358| decided as the principle case, belong to the civil magistrate, 241 26,1361| if a spouse dies~while a case is pending, can. 1199 is 242 26,1362| 1362~Before accepting a case and whenever there seems 243 26,1363| nullity of marriage in the case, but it also~must determine 244 26,1363| for the instruction of the case by a new decree if the parties~ 245 26,1367| During the instruction of a case, whenever a very probable 246 26,1367| after suspending~the nullity case with the consent of the 247 26,1367| complete the instruction of the case for a dissolution of a~non-consummated 248 26,1368| without delay or admit the case~to an ordinary examination 249 26,1372| 2. However if it is the case of one who would~have been 250 26,1374| confirmed or whether the case must rather~be handled according 251 26,1374| process of law; and in that~case the judge remands it to 252 26,1378| circumstances. 3. Also, if a case is concerned only with the 253 26,1378| eparchial bishop, that the case be deferred to the civil 254 26,1379| the decision or admit the case to~an ordinary examination 255 26,1381| 1381~Before accepting the case and whenever it is perceived 256 26,1386| will determine whether the case is to be handled by it or 257 26,1386| the dicastery remands the~case to a tribunal, the canons 258 26,1395| through a pension, as the case requires and~circumstances 259 27,1402| as long as it is~not a case of a deprivation of office, 260 27,1403| 1403~1. Even when it is a case of offenses which carry 261 27,1404| to another, or from one case to another, although~the 262 27,1410| support, unless it is a case of~deposition, in which 263 27,1428| If the seriousness of the case demands it and especially 264 27,1429| required, unless it is a case either of a house of~an 265 27,1429| patriarchal right,~in which case the consent of the competent 266 27,1431| determine its extent and, as the case may be, its~duration.~ 267 27,1460| excommunication,~and in case of a cleric, even deposition.~ 268 28,1477| who functioned during~the case to the discussion so that 269 28,1478| In the discussion of the case the accused or the advocate 270 28,1479| delaying the decision~of the case, is to gather the new proofs.~ 271 28,1480| from the day~when the penal case was decided.~ 272 28,1483| trial. 3. The appeal in a case for damages is made in accordance 273 29,1496| from them. In the latter~case, if it is a question of 274 29,1501| some particular~matter, the case is to be decided in light 275 29,1503| Canon 1503~In a case of doubt the revocation 276 29,1511| decrees by which for a~special case a decision is given or a 277 29,1513| dispensing for a~particular case are to interpreted strictly.~ 278 29,1516| administrative act, even in the case of a rescript issued motu~ 279 29,1537| ecclesiastical law in a particular case, can be granted only for 280 29,1537| the circumstances of the case and the gravity of the law 281 29,1539| Church sui iuris in a special case, unless a reservation has~ 282 29,1539| hierarch in a particular case can dispense the~Christian


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