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    Title, Canon
1 1,19 | name~"Catholic" unless the consent of competent ecclesiastical 2 2,32 | Church sui iuris~without the consent of the Apostolic See. 2. 3 2,32 | the same territory, this consent of the Apostolic See is 4 2,32 | bishops of~both eparchies consent to the transfer in writing.~ 5 2,34 | transfer only if both~parents consent. Upon completion of the 6 4,57 | grave reason and with the consent of the synod of bishops 7 4,62 | assigned to him with his consent and that appropriate to 8 4,65 | patriarchal Church with~the consent of the permanent synod. 9 4,83 | serious reasons and with the consent of the permanent synod,~ 10 4,85 | serious reason, with the consent of the synod of~bishops 11 4,85 | eparchial see. 2. ~With the consent of the synod of bishops 12 4,85 | Roman Pontiff. 3. With the consent~of the permanent synod, 13 4,89 | patriarchal Church requires the consent of the same; he can also 14 4,89 | he receives the written consent of the eparchial~bishop 15 4,90 | eparchial~bishop and with the consent of the permanent synod, 16 4,98 | Canon 98~With the consent of the synod of bishops 17 4,100 | concern and without the~consent of the permanent synod. 18 4,102 | particular law or with the consent~of the permanent synod, 19 4,106 | to be done, require the consent of~the synod; (2) the patriarch, 20 4,106 | the patriarch, with the consent of the permanent~synod, 21 4,108 | Church and also, with the consent of the same synod, to~transfer, 22 4,108 | members~present at the synod consent.~ 23 4,110 | Canons which require the consent of the synod of bishops 24 4,119 | unless the patriarch with the consent of the permanent synod judges 25 4,120 | common law requires the consent or counsel of the same synod.~ 26 4,122 | the patriarch, with the consent of the permanent synod,~ 27 4,122 | the patriarch without the consent of the synod of~bishops 28 4,130 | cannot be done without the consent of the synod of~bishops 29 4,141 | whenever the patriarch with the consent of the permanent synod or 30 4,143 | manner of religious,~with the consent of the competent superior. 31 4,148 | sent by himself with the~consent of the Apostolic See. 2. 32 6,167 | iuris, however, with the consent of the council of hierarchs.~ 33 6,170 | council or which require the consent of this council need to 34 6,173 | cannot be done without the consent of the~council of hierarchs; ( 35 6,176 | the norm of law with the consent of the Apostolic See, unless 36 7,186 | by the patriarch with~the consent of the permanent synod. 37 7,200 | least reasonably presumed consent of the eparchial bishop.~ 38 7,210 | the patriarch needs the consent of the permanent synod, 39 7,211 | by the~patriarch with the consent of the synod of bishops 40 7,213 | an eparchial~bishop, the consent of the synod of bishops 41 7,231 | of the patriarch with the consent of the permanent synod, 42 7,233 | provided by the~patriarch with consent of the permanent synod in 43 7,247 | sui iuris, but with the consent of their eparchial bishop.~ 44 7,255 | administrator except with the consent of the college of eparchial 45 7,263 | the council requires their~consent. 5. Besides the functions 46 7,269 | them; however he needs its consent~only in cases expressly 47 7,271 | eparchial bishop needs the consent~of the college of eparchial 48 7,282 | presbyteral council, and with the consent of the major superior of 49 7,284 | case, in which case the consent of the college of eparchial 50 8,314 | from office except with the consent of the~synod of bishops 51 8,319 | and if it exists, whose consent or advice he must seek as 52 8,319 | eparchial bishop needs the consent or~advice of the college 53 10,334 | authority, however~with the consent of the council of hierarchs 54 10,334 | Church sui iuris or with the consent of the synod of bishops 55 10,334 | another~seminary without the consent of the authority which erected 56 10,334 | themselves, without the unanimous consent of~the bishops who agreed 57 10,334 | who agreed or without the consent of their higher~authority.~ 58 10,357 | from the patriarch~with the consent of the permanent synod. 59 10,363 | patriarchal Church,~without the consent of the permanent synod; 60 10,363 | of an eparchy without the consent of~the patriarch; (2) in 61 10,363 | and~then only with the consent of the college of eparchial 62 10,365 | releasing the cleric obtain the consent of the authority~determined 63 10,388 | the same dignity~written consent was given to use them with 64 10,388 | him or have obtained the consent of the local hierarch.~ 65 10,397 | The patriarch, with the consent of the synod of bishops 66 12,414 | statutes, except by the consent of the eparchial bishop 67 12,415 | religious only with~the consent of the competent superiors, 68 12,422 | are obliged to seek its consent~or counsel in accordance 69 12,431 | 431~1. Without the written consent of the major superior, a 70 12,436 | dependent~monastery, the written consent of the authorities to which 71 12,438 | a grave reason, with the consent of the permanent synod and 72 12,438 | typicon, with the prior consent of the eparchial bishop. 73 12,439 | confederation with the written consent of the~eparchial bishop, 74 12,439 | have an interest, with the consent of the patriarch, to whom~ 75 12,440 | the patriarch, with the consent~of the synod of bishops 76 12,440 | the patriarch needs the consent of the permanent synod.~ 77 12,444 | typicon itself, with the~consent of the council if the monastery 78 12,447 | monastery sui iuris with the consent of~the council unless the 79 12,464 | monastery sui iuris with the consent of the council, and that 80 12,477 | monastery sui iuris, with the consent of the~council and after 81 12,482 | belongs, given with the~consent of the council, and has 82 12,483 | the monastery, the written~consent of the local hierarch is 83 12,485 | the authority, with~the consent of the council, to terminate 84 12,486 | eparchial bishop and with the consent of the permanent synod,~ 85 12,487 | monastery sui iuris with the consent of the synaxis.~ 86 12,488 | by the Superior with the consent of the council or~synaxis 87 12,490 | monastery sui iuris with the consent of the council, for grave 88 12,498 | by the superior with the consent of the council,~having immediately 89 12,499 | monastery sui iuris with the consent of the council~according 90 12,500 | either of them with the~consent of the council, which in 91 12,506 | and congregations with the consent of the permanent~synod and 92 12,506 | and he has~obtained the consent of the permanent synod.~ 93 12,507 | interested parties and~with the consent of the permanent synod and 94 12,508 | superior~general with the consent of the council.~ 95 12,509 | house without the written consent of the eparchial bishop. 96 12,509 | right in some eparchy, the consent of the patriarch~is required 97 12,509 | or in other cases, the consent of the Apostolic See. 2. ~ 98 12,516 | major~superior with the consent of the council.~ 99 12,521 | superior general with~the consent of his or her council.~ 100 12,522 | general, given with the consent of the council, make~the 101 12,527 | to the statutes with the consent of the council, and the 102 12,529 | own resolve but with the~consent of the major superior, as 103 12,534 | major superior can, with the consent of the council,~permit a 104 12,544 | the patriarch and with the consent of~his or her own superior 105 12,544 | for the granting of their consent, the~superiors require the 106 12,544 | superiors require the previous consent of their council or, in 107 12,544 | eparchial right with the written consent of the eparchial bishop 108 12,544 | is to be made, with the consent of the superior general~ 109 12,544 | For the granting of this consent the~superiors need the prior 110 12,544 | superiors need the prior consent of their council or, in 111 12,544 | religious institute without the consent of the Apostolic See. 4. 112 12,544 | the Apostolic See. 4. The consent of the Apostolic See~is 113 12,545 | iuris, each of them with the consent of the council, on account 114 12,546 | superior~general with the consent of the council the indult 115 12,548 | general acting with the consent of the~council. 2. In other 116 12,551 | concerns expulsions, with the consent of the~council. If there 117 12,551 | local superior, with the consent of~the council, can expel 118 12,552 | superior general with the consent of the council unless the 119 12,562 | religious~institute, the consent is required of the superior 120 12,562 | Church sui iuris,~also the consent of the Apostolic See. 2. 121 13,575 | association, the~written consent of the eparchial bishop 122 13,575 | is required; however, the~consent given by an eparchial bishop 123 13,578 | typicon or statutes with the consent of~their superior.~ 124 13,579 | the~patriarch, with the consent of the permanent synod.~ 125 13,583 | by the patriarch with the consent of his permanent synod; 126 13,583 | Church sui~iuris, with the consent of the two senior eparchial 127 15,642 | is the patriarch with the consent of the synod of~bishops 128 15,657 | to the patriarch with the consent of the synod of bishops 129 15,657 | the metropolitan~with the consent of the council of hierarchs; 130 15,663 | eparchy, but the explicit consent~of the hierarch of that 131 16,681 | lawfully takes their~place, consent. 2. An abandoned infant 132 16,727 | cannot~be done without the consent of the synod of bishops 133 16,769 | marriage and the written consent of his~wife; (3) a certificate 134 16,776 | an irrevocable~personal consent establish between themselves 135 16,781 | marriage, provided that the~consent be expressed in a public 136 16,817 | Canon 817~1. Matrimonial consent is an act of the will by 137 16,817 | replace this matrimonial consent.~ 138 16,819 | Canon 819~For matrimonial consent to be valid it is necessary 139 16,821 | fraud, perpetrated to obtain consent, concerning some quality 140 16,822 | not vitiate matrimonial consent so long as~it does not determine 141 16,823 | necessarily exclude matrimonial consent.~ 142 16,824 | Canon 824~1. The internal consent of the mind is presumed 143 16,827 | marriage required~by law, the consent which was furnished is presumed 144 16,837 | mutually manifest~marriage consent. 2. Marriage cannot be validly 145 16,839 | marriage~to furnish or renew consent; likewise, a religious celebration 146 16,839 | non-Catholic minister ask for the consent of the parties.~ 147 16,840 | spouse if the other~does not consent to revealing it. 2. The 148 16,843 | of the impediment renew consent. 2. This renewal of consent 149 16,843 | consent. 2. This renewal of consent is required~for the validity 150 16,843 | if both parties furnished consent at the beginning and have 151 16,844 | Canon 844~The renewal of consent must be a new act of the 152 16,844 | the person who is renewing consent knows or thinks~was null 153 16,845 | impediment is a public one, the consent is to be~renewed by both 154 16,845 | it is sufficient that the consent be renewed privately and 155 16,845 | party perseveres in the consent already given, or by both~ 156 16,846 | invalid due to a defect of consent is~convalidated when the 157 16,846 | not consented now gives consent, provided the consent given 158 16,846 | gives consent, provided the consent given by the other party 159 16,846 | exists. ~2. If the defect of consent cannot be proven it is sufficient~ 160 16,846 | that the party who did not consent gives consent privately 161 16,846 | who did not consent gives consent privately and in~secret. 162 16,846 | secret. 3. If the defect of consent can be proven it is necessary 163 16,846 | it is necessary that the consent be given according to the 164 16,848 | convalidation without the renewal of consent, granted by competent authority 165 16,850 | be sanated provided the consent of~each party continues 166 16,851 | be radically sanated if consent is lacking~in either or 167 16,851 | the parties, whether the consent was lacking~from the beginning 168 16,851 | revoked. 2. If, however, consent was indeed lacking in the 169 16,851 | granted from~the moment the consent was given.~ 170 16,870 | built unless the express consent of the eparchial bishop 171 16,873 | presbyteral council, and with the consent of those who legitimately 172 16,887 | alienated without the written~consent given by the hierarch who 173 16,887 | restored without the~written consent given by the same hierarch, 174 16,888 | another church~without the consent given by the Apostolic See 175 16,888 | the patriarch, with the consent of the permanent synod, 176 17,898 | the patriarch with the consent of~the synod of bishops 177 17,898 | Church sui iuris with the consent of the~council of hierarchs, 178 17,899 | governance~except with the consent of the Roman Pontiff, head 179 19,916 | proper pastor, but with the consent~of the eparchial bishop 180 19,924 | individuals are~affected, the consent of each of these is required; ( 181 19,928 | himself; however, with the consent of the synod of bishops 182 19,928 | suppress them without the consent of a higher~authority.~ 183 19,934 | a superior requires the consent or counsel of a group of 184 19,934 | it is required that the consent of an absolute majority 185 19,934 | certain~acts requires the consent or the counsel of certain 186 19,934 | persons as~individuals: (1) if consent is required, the action 187 19,934 | superior does not seek the consent of~those persons or acts 188 19,934 | authority which requires consent or counsel has~the duty 189 19,934 | duty to provide those whose consent or counsel is required~with 190 19,934 | their mind. 4. All whose consent or~counsel is required are 191 23,1012| has the right, with the consent of the finance~council, 192 23,1015| and without the~written consent of the hierarch of the place 193 23,1024| administration, unless written consent has~been given by competent 194 23,1028| in due time; (5) with the consent of the hierarch,~invest 195 23,1035| alienated; (3) the written consent of the competent authority, 196 23,1036| or by the Apostolic See, consent is required of: (1) the 197 23,1036| who gets in each case the~consent of the finance council and 198 23,1036| Church, but is not double, consent is required~of: (1) the 199 23,1036| the patriarch with the consent of the permanent synod,~ 200 23,1036| the patriarch~who has the consent of the permanent synod for 201 23,1036| the patriarch who has the consent of the permanent synod for~ 202 23,1036| the patriarch needs the consent of the same~synod. 4. In 203 23,1036| synod. 4. In other cases the consent of the Apostolic See is~ 204 23,1037| to be followed; (2) the consent of the permanent synod if 205 23,1037| patriarchal Church;~(3) the consent of the synod of bishops 206 23,1038| 1038~1. Those whose advice, consent or confirmation is required 207 23,1038| shall not give~their advice, consent or confirmation before having 208 23,1038| alienations. 2. Advice, consent and confirmation are~considered 209 23,1039| Canon 1039~The consent of all interested parties 210 23,1048| juridic~person, the written consent of the local hierarch is 211 23,1048| necessary;~he is not to give his consent until he has lawfully established~ 212 23,1049| pious foundation or gave his consent to the acceptance of one, 213 23,1054| latter may act only with the consent of the~permanent synod.~ ~ 214 24,1062| the patriarch with~the consent of the permanent synod is 215 24,1062| in like manner with the consent of the~permanent synod. 216 24,1063| by the patriarch with the consent~of the permanent synod; 217 24,1067| by the patriarch with the~consent of the eparchial bishops 218 24,1068| The eparchial~bishops who consent to having a common tribunal 219 24,1080| the tribunal is subject consent.~ 220 24,1102| sui iuris with the written consent of the proper eparchial~ 221 24,1136| and respond without the consent of parents or~guardian; 222 24,1138| alienated, requires someone's consent or advice or~permission, 223 24,1138| or~permission, the same consent or advice or permission 224 25,1205| consult with or obtain the consent of~those whose involvement 225 25,1283| if~all the parties give consent; (2) in other cases, after 226 25,1285| unless the judge with the consent of the parties decides that 227 26,1366| of impotence or defect of consent due to mental illness,~the 228 26,1367| the nullity case with the consent of the parties, the tribunal~ 229 26,1391| the need of each~other's consent.~ 230 26,1397| writing and~persuade him to consent to it for the love of God 231 27,1406| penalties by precept with the consent of the permanent~synod. 232 27,1423| common law~except with the consent of the Apostolic See. 2. 233 27,1429| place or territory, the consent of the hierarch of~that 234 27,1429| right,~in which case the consent of the competent superior 235 27,1449| property without the prescribed consent or permission, is to be 236 28,1469| question of damages with the consent of the parties.~ 237 28,1475| the order of or with~the consent of the hierarch in light 238 29,1508| custom as legitimate by his consent, even tacitly.~ 239 29,1529| even without that~person's consent, and it goes into effect


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