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    Title, Canon
1 Prel,6 | effect: (1) all common or particular~laws are abrogated, which 2 2,29 | it, with due regard for particular law established by the~Apostolic 3 2,30 | Church, with due regard for particular law established by the~Apostolic 4 4,64 | dignity are delineated in particular~law, always with due regard 5 4,65 | establishing a longer term~in particular law, but not, however, beyond 6 4,70 | Canon 70~Unless particular law establishes otherwise, 7 4,71 | according to the norm of particular law. 2. ~All who are present 8 4,72 | two-thirds of the votes, unless~particular law establishes that after 9 4,78 | matter or the common or particular law approved by the Roman~ 10 4,83 | at the time determined by particular law. 2. ~For serious reasons 11 4,86 | through~other bishops, and, if particular law thus stipulates, also 12 4,89 | the major superior, unless particular law of the patriarchal Church 13 4,94 | feast days established by particular law.~ 14 4,102 | Church and titular bishops, particular law can restrict their deliberative 15 4,102 | according to the norm of particular law or with the consent~ 16 4,106 | times, even~annually, if particular law determines it.~ 17 4,107 | Canon 107~1. Unless particular law requires more and with 18 4,122 | for a term determined by particular law; during the tenure he 19 4,127 | Canon 127~Unless particular law determines otherwise, 20 4,128 | prescribed by common or particular law, or by an instruction 21 6,159 | to him by common law or~particular law established by the Roman 22 6,164 | expressly established in particular~law.~ 23 6,166 | Canon 166~1. Unless particular law requires a greater attendance, 24 6,167 | remits the matter to the particular law of a Church sui iuris. ~ 25 6,174 | the norm of common law and particular~law established by the Roman 26 6,176 | law remits something to particular law or to the superior administrative 27 7,177 | Eucharist, it constitutes a particular Church in which the one, 28 7,182 | according to the norm of particular law, collect information~ 29 7,182 | of the synod. 3. Unless particular law approved by~the Roman 30 7,186 | according to the~norm of particular law, or, lacking this, by 31 7,194 | according to the norm of the particular~law of their own Church 32 7,198 | the days prescribed by the particular law of his own~Church sui 33 7,203 | the entire eparchy or in particular districts are~coordinated 34 7,204 | solemnity established by particular law according to~the tradition 35 7,220 | otherwise provided by the particular law of the patriarchal~Church 36 7,224 | Apostolic See or by~the particular law of his own patriarchal 37 7,230 | remuneration to be established by particular law or determined by lawful 38 7,230 | the prescriptions~of the particular law which define the manner 39 7,238 | and number established by particular~law; (8) some deacons elected 40 7,238 | according to the norms of particular law; (9) superiors of monasteries 41 7,238 | and number established by particular law; (10) lay people elected 42 7,242 | the authority which the particular law of his~Church sui iuris 43 7,247 | celibate presbyters unless the particular~law of their Church sui 44 7,252 | otherwise established by the particular law, is to see~that the 45 7,262 | for a term~determined by particular law; he is not to be removed 46 7,263 | already provided by the particular law of his Church sui iuris, 47 7,265 | norm of common law~and the particular law of its own Church sui 48 7,266 | according to the~norm of the particular law of their Church sui 49 7,277 | with due regard to the particular law of his own Church sui 50 7,277 | for a term determined by particular law. 3. For a~just cause, 51 7,278 | faculties bestowed upon him by particular law it is the right and 52 7,284 | authority determined by the particular law of the~proper Church 53 7,284 | consultors is required; (4) the particular law of his~Church sui iuris 54 7,287 | pastor; however, if the particular law of the Church sui iuris 55 7,287 | several presbyters; the~same particular law is to determine accurately 56 7,288 | according to the norm of~particular law.~ 57 7,294 | the days prescribed by the particular law of his~Church sui iuris.~ 58 7,295 | according to the norms of the particular law of its own Church sui 59 7,296 | according to the norms of the~particular law of its own Church sui 60 7,296 | according to the norms of particular law.~ 61 7,297 | into account the norms of particular law of his own Church sui 62 7,302 | obligations of the common and particular law as well as from the 63 8,321 | the episcopal dignity. 2. Particular law is to be~followed in 64 10,327 | are governed~only by the particular law of their own Church 65 10,329 | coordinate their endeavors. 2. Particular law is~to provide that either 66 10,331 | according to the~norm of particular law, others also can be 67 10,335 | handling of all matters unless particular law or the statutes of~the 68 10,353 | According to the norm of particular law, there are to be exercises 69 10,357 | above as well as, if~the particular law so states, to the patriarchal 70 10,358 | according to the~norm of the particular law of his own Church sui 71 10,365 | serious reasons. 2. If the particular law of the Church sui~iuris 72 10,365 | authority~determined by the same particular law.~ 73 10,369 | the~prescriptions of the particular law.~ 74 10,374 | chastity; it is for the particular law to establish suitable~ 75 10,377 | praises according to the~particular law of their own Church 76 10,378 | According to the norm of the particular law clerics are to celebrate 77 10,381 | dignity of the laity and the particular part which they have in~ 78 10,382 | determined in detail~by particular law, and also to avoid those 79 10,384 | eparchial bishop or,~if particular law so states, of the patriarch 80 10,385 | the authority defined by particular law or by the Apostolic 81 10,386 | period~of time determined by particular law without the permission, 82 10,387 | Canon 387~Particular law is to be observed in 83 10,390 | according to the norm of the particular law.~ 84 10,392 | vacations as determined by the~particular law.~ 85 11,408 | forbidden~to lay persons by the particular law of their own Church. 86 12,422 | the norm of can. 934. 2. Particular law shall provide whether 87 12,496 | to secular life, unless particular law reserves this~to the 88 12,499 | or by the patriarch if particular law decrees it for monasteries 89 12,545 | in force, the rights and particular obligations which~the member 90 12,554 | 3 and with due regard to particular law~established by the Apostolic 91 12,569 | 569~It is reserved to the particular law of each Church sui iuris 92 12,570 | Canon 570~Particular law can establish other 93 12,570 | also come~under norms of particular law.~ 94 12,572 | religious vows~pursue the particular apostolic purpose of the 95 12,572 | are governed only by the particular~law of their own Church 96 13,573 | they are regulated only by particular law with due regard for 97 14,584 | rites, in sacred art, in particular law, and, in~short, the 98 14,587 | the responsibility of the particular law to~enact regulations 99 14,591 | catechists is to be provided by particular law.~ 100 14,592 | In missionary territories particular care has to be taken to~ 101 15,600 | gathered in synods or in particular councils, are authentic 102 15,610 | the same faculty, unless particular law has determined otherwise. 103 15,614 | or, according to norm of particular law, also to a~deacon.~ 104 15,633 | grave reason, to attend a particular school. ~2. Parents should 105 15,634 | The Catholic school has a particular obligation to create an~ 106 15,634 | adapt these things to the particular circumstances under the 107 15,635 | as required especially by particular circumstances of~place and 108 15,651 | social communication and in particular to publish freely~written 109 15,653 | Canon 653~It is for the particular law to lay down more detailed 110 15,666 | matter may be issued in the particular law of~each Church sui iuris, 111 16,670 | according to the norm of particular law of his own~Church sui 112 16,671 | in~2, 3 and 4, norms of particular law are to be enacted only 113 16,677 | but, with~due regard for particular law, the proper pastor of 114 16,685 | be of~the age required by particular law and lead a life in harmony~ 115 16,687 | to the~prescriptions of particular law or with the permission 116 16,689 | and with due regard for~particular law.~ 117 16,693 | bishop, with due regard for particular law which reserves this 118 16,697 | according to the norms of the particular law of the each Church sui 119 16,699 | the liturgical books or particular law, and do so~more fully 120 16,708 | praiseworthy custom or by particular law of their own Church 121 16,709 | Divine Eucharist or if the particular law of his own Church sui 122 16,736 | for the prescriptions of particular~law. 2. Due to infirmity 123 16,741 | the~sacrament, unless the particular law of the Church sui iuris 124 16,749 | eparchial bishop,~unless particular law of a patriarchal Church, 125 16,758 | according to the~norm of particular law of each Church sui iuris; ( 126 16,758 | interstices prescribed by particular law. 2. It is furthermore 127 16,758 | norm of can. 762. 3. The particular law of each Church sui~iuris 128 16,759 | years, with due regard for particular law requiring~an older age 129 16,759 | requiring~an older age in a particular Church sui iuris. 2. Dispensation~ 130 16,764 | cannot be~established by particular law; custom introducing 131 16,771 | according~to the norm of particular law. 2. All the Christian 132 16,772 | in a manner determined by particular law.~ 133 16,782 | Churches, are governed by the~particular law of each Church sui iuris. 134 16,784 | Canon 784~In the particular law of each Church sui iuris, 135 16,792 | Canon 792~The particular law of any Church sui iuris 136 16,800 | within the power of~the particular law of any Church sui iuris 137 16,815 | Canon 815~The particular law of each Church sui iuris 138 16,831 | the groom, unless~either particular law determines otherwise 139 16,837 | celebrated by~proxy unless the particular law of one's own Church 140 16,838 | those established in the particular law of each Church sui iuris.~ 141 16,864 | danger in delay. 2. In the particular~law of individual Churches 142 16,867 | sacramentals the norms of the particular law of the individual Church 143 16,879 | according to the norm of particular~law.~ 144 16,880 | is competent to~establish particular law can constitute, transfer 145 16,880 | and Paul except for the particular law of a Church sui~iuris 146 16,882 | manner established by the particular law of their Church sui 147 16,886 | order established by the particular law of each~Church sui iuris.~ 148 17,898 | of the place, or if the particular law provides for it,~also 149 17,898 | unless this is forbidden by particular law.~ 150 18,904 | encouraged by special norms of~particular law; the Apostolic Roman 151 19,910 | unless the~common law or the particular law of the Church sui iuris 152 19,934 | norm of can. 948, unless particular law provides otherwise for 153 20,937 | is provided for. 2. The particular law of each Church sui iuris 154 20,948 | With due regard for the particular law, the presiding officer 155 21,986 | enforcing either common laws or particular laws by~which they are bound 156 21,987 | either by common law or by particular law of a Church sui~iuris 157 22,996 | also to be applied to all particular administrative acts which~ 158 22,1002| the recourse unless~the particular law of the proper Church 159 22,1004| cannot amend it unless~by the particular law of the Church sui iuris 160 22,1006| according to the~norm of particular law, unless the question 161 23,1012| persons only according to the particular law of their~own Church 162 23,1013| within the limits set by~the particular law of his own Church sui 163 23,1021| eparchy, according to the particular law of the proper Church 164 23,1021| arranged for the~clergy, the particular law of each Church sui iuris 165 23,1021| a manner defined by the particular law of its own~Church sui 166 23,1022| of common law~and of the particular law of their own Church 167 23,1028| however, it is left to particular law to make this an obligation 168 23,1031| the manner provided for by particular~law, of the goods given 169 23,1036| patriarchal Church, unless the particular law of that Church~determines 170 23,1047| obligation, to be determined by particular law, to arrange from the 171 23,1048| accepted, are to be defined in particular law.~ 172 24,1063| tribunal by a prescription of particular law.~ 173 24,1084| which are determined in the particular law of the proper Church~ 174 24,1100| appointed for all cases or for particular cases; they can, however, 175 24,1127| to~the norms specified in particular law concerning this matter.~ 176 24,1129| Canon 1129~1. Unless the particular law of the Church sui iuris 177 24,1152| under the common law, if the~particular law has determined another 178 25,1192| is the safest, observing particular law. 2. The~fact and method 179 25,1242| who is to ask them, unless~particular law provides otherwise.~ 180 25,1261| judge with~due regard for particular law.~ 181 25,1340| Canon 1340~1. Unless particular law of a Church sui iuris 182 26,1378| legally~provided for in particular places, can be decided by 183 26,1378| forum, having considered the particular circumstances. 3. Also, 184 26,1388| something else is established by particular law~approved by the Apostolic 185 27,1405| limitations of his competence. 2. Particular law may add additional penalties 186 27,1405| or facultative penalty, particular law can establish~in its 187 27,1405| bishops shall take care that particular penal~laws be uniform in 188 27,1420| penalties imposed in virtue of particular law or a penal~precept, 189 27,1420| penal~precept, unless the particular law of a Church sui iuris 190 27,1427| 1. Without prejudice to particular law, a public reprimand 191 29,1491| unless they were for a particular territory; other laws have~ 192 29,1491| n. 1, laws passed for a particular territory bind those for 193 29,1491| 1) are not bound by~the particular laws of their own territory 194 29,1491| 2) are not~bound by the particular laws of the territory in 195 29,1491| by the common law and the particular law of their~own Church 196 29,1493| Included in the designation "particular law" are all the laws, legitimate 197 29,1498| administrative act in a particular matter does not have the 198 29,1501| prescription of universal or particular law or a custom is lacking 199 29,1501| custom is lacking in some particular~matter, the case is to be 200 29,1502| does not derogate from a particular law nor does~a norm of particular 201 29,1502| particular law nor does~a norm of particular law enacted for a Church 202 29,1502| iuris derogate~from a more particular norm in force in that same 203 29,1513| power of dispensing for a~particular case are to interpreted 204 29,1519| period is prescribed by a particular law of his own Church sui 205 29,1537| ecclesiastical law in a particular case, can be granted only 206 29,1539| both the common law and the particular laws of his~own Church sui 207 29,1539| delay, any hierarch in a particular case can dispense the~Christian


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