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    Title, Canon
1 1,15 | Christian faithful, with~due regard for the integrity 2 2,29 | freely request it, with due regard for particular law 3 2,30 | in that same~Church, with due regard for particular law 4 2,35 | iuris of the same~rite with due regard for the right of 5 4,58 | everywhere in the world, with due regard for special norms 6 4,59 | patriarchal dignity with due~regard for the precedence 7 4,62 | means for his support, with due regard for the norm on precedence~ 8 4,64 | particular~law, always with due regard for those which are 9 4,65 | vacancy of the see with due regard for establishing 10 4,83 | Canon 83~1. With due regard for the right and 11 4,88 | patriarch and must render due obedience to him; the~patriarch 12 4,88 | shall show to these bishops due reverence and treat~them 13 4,88 | bishops are~resolved with due regard for the right of 14 4,89 | Church on any cleric with due regard for can. 430,~provided 15 4,92 | and obedience which are due to the supreme pastor of~ 16 4,95 | bind the patriarch with due regard for the other~obligations 17 4,97 | ecclesiastical property, with due regard~for the primary obligation 18 4,102 | deliberative vote, with due regard for the canons~concerning 19 4,102 | gathered in the synod with due regard for can. 66, 2.~ 20 4,106 | for a given matter, with due regard always for~the rights 21 4,107 | law requires more and with due regard for~cann. 69, 149 22 4,107 | synod is present. 2. With due regard for cann. 72,~149 23 4,110 | actions to the synod, with due regard for the~Canons which 24 4,111 | patriarchal Church, with due regard for the obligation 25 4,133 | time determined by law with due regard~for can. 86, 1, n. 26 4,144 | Canon 144~1. With due regard for the right of 27 4,147 | patriarchal Church with due regard for~can. 916, 5.~ 28 4,150 | of the same Church with due regard for~can. 102, 2. 29 6,167 | Canon 167~1. With due regard for the canons which 30 6,167 | council of~hierarchs. 4. With due regard for the canons which 31 7,192 | ordinarily pastoral care due~to their condition in life 32 7,210 | seventy-fifth year~of age or who, due to ill health or to another 33 7,211 | unless in certain cases due to special circumstances 34 7,211 | eparchial bishops emeriti, with due regard~for the primary obligation 35 7,234 | apostolic administrator due to serious and special reasons. 36 7,240 | Canon 240~1. With due regard for the right of 37 7,254 | month and year; (3) with due~consideration of all requirements, 38 7,269 | determined by common law with due regard~for the right of 39 7,277 | of protopresbyter, with due regard to the particular 40 7,282 | institute or society with due regard for can.~480. 2. 41 7,284 | bishop for appointment,~with due regard for agreements entered 42 7,287 | entrusted~to the same pastor due to a dearth of presbyters 43 7,296 | reason of~marriage, with due regard for can. 840, 3, 44 7,296 | which~ought to be preserved due to necessity or usefulness; 45 7,306 | delegates the rector with~due regard for can. 336, 2. 46 7,306 | divine praises there with~due regard for the legitimate 47 7,309 | local hierarch and with due regard for~the legitimate 48 7,309 | place and the reverence due to a house of~God.~ 49 10,336 | matrimonial matters and with due regard for the prescription 50 11,403 | Canon 403~1. With due regard for the right and 51 11,409 | those of their family with due regard for the prescriptions 52 12,413 | or eparchial bishop, with due~regard for can. 418, 2.~ 53 12,460 | it with obligations, with~due regard for can. 467, 1.~ 54 12,463 | monastic profession, with due regard~for the juridic force 55 12,475 | God in the monastery,~with due regard for can. 612, 2.~ 56 12,500 | perpetually professed member, with~due regard for can. 497, the 57 12,508 | suppressed provinces, with due regard to justice and the 58 12,519 | to major~superiors with due regard for the statutes 59 12,554 | 415, 419, 420, 3 and with due regard to particular law~ 60 12,559 | candidates in the society with due regard for cann. 450 and 61 12,568 | are to be~observed with due regard for can. 450. 2. 62 13,573 | only by particular law with due regard for can. 577.~ 63 13,574 | Canon 574~With due regard in any case for can. 64 13,583 | other associations, with due regard for can. 927, 2, 65 13,583 | for can. 927, 2, and with due regard to~the right of recourse, 66 14,590 | Churches reach maturity in due time and be fully established 67 15,645 | hierarchs to provide, after due consultation, for hostels 68 16,668 | mentioned in can. 657,~with due regard for can. 199, 1; 69 16,677 | ordinarily by a priest; but, with~due regard for particular law, 70 16,681 | the Catholic Church, with due regard for 5; (2) the parents, 71 16,685 | the Catholic Church, with due regard for 3;~(3) have the 72 16,687 | in a parish church with due regard for legitimate customs. 73 16,689 | norms of 1 and 2 and with due regard for~particular law.~ 74 16,693 | confected only by a bishop, with due regard for particular law 75 16,696 | of death,~and always with due regard for the agreements 76 16,710 | observed with the suitable due precautions.~ 77 16,714 | Christian~faithful, with due regard for the faithful 78 16,716 | Canon 716~With due regard for can. 1013, it 79 16,721 | the~same time intend in due time to confess individually 80 16,736 | penance is~a church, with due regard for the prescriptions 81 16,736 | prescriptions of particular~law. 2. Due to infirmity or another 82 16,750 | Canon 750~1. With due regard for cann. 472, 537, 83 16,755 | to the presbyterate, with due regard for recourse to the 84 16,759 | twenty-four years, with due regard for particular law 85 16,762 | or other psychic~defect due to which, after consultation 86 16,762 | impeded from entering marriage due~to an existing matrimonial 87 16,767 | orders already received, with due~regard for the responsibility 88 16,780 | also by canon law,~with due regard for the competence 89 16,801 | invalidates marriage, with due regard for can. 821.~ 90 16,818 | obligations of matrimony~due to causes of a psychic nature.~ 91 16,825 | invalid if it is entered into due to force or grave~fear inflicted 92 16,828 | the following canons, with due~regard for the exceptions 93 16,830 | blessing marriages~with due regard for can. 302, 2. 94 16,843 | marriage which is invalid due to a diriment~impediment, 95 16,846 | marriage which is invalid due to a defect of consent is~ 96 16,847 | marriage which is invalid due to a defect of form for 97 16,850 | marriage which is invalid~due to an impediment of divine 98 16,860 | with a non-baptized~spouse due to captivity or persecution, 99 16,860 | baptism in~the meantime, with due regard for can. 853.~ 100 16,878 | is to be avoided. 2. With due regard for can. 1013, eparchial~ 101 16,880 | the Eastern Churches, with due regard for 3. ~2. The authority 102 16,880 | Churches sui iuris and~with due regard for can. 40, 1. 3. 103 16,887 | those which are~outstanding due to antiquity or art, which 104 16,887 | over that~same church, with due regard for cann. 1034-1041. 105 16,888 | the permanent synod, with due regard~for can. 1037. 3. 106 18,905 | undertakings with other Christians, due prudence has to be kept 107 18,908 | Canon 908~With due regard for the norms on 108 19,910 | determines otherwise, with due regard for the right of 109 19,916 | of these faithful, with due~regard for the prescription 110 19,917 | intention of not returning, with due regard for the~prescriptions 111 19,930 | higher juridic person, with due regard always for the wishes 112 20,948 | Canon 948~1. With due regard for the particular 113 20,972 | who holds the office, with due~regard for the norms concerning 114 20,972 | law is to~be observed with due regard for the right to 115 20,974 | competent authority, with due regard for~rights which 116 20,975 | authority, considered just with due regard for equity.~ 117 21,984 | which~they govern, with due regard for can. 101. 3. 118 22,1003| 1517 is to be~observed with due adaptations being made; 119 23,1016| permission of the~hierarch; with due regard to the prescriptions 120 23,1019| are especially important due to artistic, historical~ 121 23,1020| which they belong, with due regard~for the prescriptions 122 23,1022| power of governance, with due regard for lawful titles 123 23,1022| Church sui iuris and with~due regard for rights, legitimate 124 23,1028| goods~when they are legally due, safeguard them once collected 125 23,1028| mortgages be paid when it is due and take care that the capital 126 23,1028| the capital be repaid in due time; (5) with the consent 127 23,1054| obligations becomes impossible due to diminished~income or 128 23,1054| appropriate council, with due regard for the will of the 129 24,1060| by the Roman Pontiff with due~regard for can. 1066, 2. 130 24,1061| the Apostolic See,~with due regard for can. 1063, 4, 131 24,1062| patriarchal Church, with due~regard for the competence 132 24,1062| any further appeal, with due regard~for can. 1059. 5. 133 24,1064| the Apostolic See, with due regard~for cann. 139 and 134 24,1066| in first instance, with due regard for~can. 1062, 3.~ 135 24,1079| object of the action, with due regard for can. 1075, 2 136 24,1084| the bond of marriage, with due regard~for cann. 1372-1374; ( 137 24,1103| Canon 1103~1. With due regard for justice, all 138 24,1106| judge may have some interest due to consanguinity or~affinity 139 24,1106| of the collateral line, due to functioning as a~guardian 140 24,1106| as a~guardian or trustee, due to close friendship, due 141 24,1106| due to close friendship, due to great animosity, or due 142 24,1106| due to great animosity, or due to a desire to make some 143 24,1107| immediately subject, with due regard for can. 1062, 2 144 24,1110| seriously unjust sentence,~with due regard for can. 1283.~ 145 24,1111| to see to it that, with due regard for~justice, all 146 24,1156| in the same trial either due to~a connection of a case 147 24,1181| confirmation is issued, with due regard for can. 1182.~ 148 25,1188| libellus has been rejected due to defects~which can be 149 25,1202| declared ex officio with due~regard for the right of 150 25,1222| principally affirmed in them; with due regard for other requirements 151 25,1229| tell the truth. 2. With due regard for the prescription 152 25,1236| Canon 1236~With due regard for the prescription 153 25,1239| or other impediment with due regard for the prescriptions 154 25,1261| equitably by the judge with~due regard for particular law.~ 155 25,1273| conclusions and proofs, with due regard for the prescription 156 25,1281| be shown to anyone, with due~concern, however, that the 157 25,1283| are to be published with~due regard for can. 1281, 1.~ 158 25,1290| interlocutory sentence, with due regard for the prescription 159 25,1291| proofs conscientiously with due regard for the~prescriptions 160 25,1292| are to be kept secret with due regard for 4. ~3. The conclusions 161 25,1302| Canon 1302~With due regard for cann. 1303 and 162 25,1309| to a higher judge, with due regard for the prescription~ 163 25,1320| Canon 1320~1. With due regard for the prescription 164 25,1322| Canon 1322~With due regard for the prescription 165 25,1328| sentence be executed but~with due caution being taken to indemnify 166 25,1337| iudicata can be executed~with due regard for the prescription 167 25,1349| collected at the hearing with due regard for~the prescriptions 168 25,1354| turns up which prevents the due pronouncement of the sentence,~ 169 25,1356| to expedite matters~with due regard for justice.~ 170 26,1364| witnesses and the experts, with due regard for the prescription~ 171 26,1366| impotence or defect of consent due to mental illness,~the judge 172 26,1394| others~must be designated due to their inability, after 173 26,1400| are to be~observed with due regard to rights and equity.~ ~ 174 27,1414| seriously culpable omission of due diligence, or by seriously~ 175 27,1450| in the same manner,~with due regard for can. 728, 2.~ 176 27,1454| ecclesiastical~function (munus), with due regard for can. 731.~ 177 27,1456| major excommunication, with due~regard for can. 728, 1, 178 27,1457| major excommunication, with due regard~for can. 728, 1, 179 28,1469| Canon 1469~1. With due regard for cann. 1403 and 180 28,1471| Canon 1471~1. With due regard for the canons of 181 28,1483| repairing of damages sustained due to the offense. 2. The~intervention 182 28,1483| single appellate trial with due regard for can. 1484.~ 183 28,1484| penal trial is still pending due to a~proposed challenge 184 29,1515| the external forum, with~due regard for cann. 1520, 2 185 29,1523| appear~to be inopportune, due to the circumstances of 186 29,1539| same circumstances,~with due regard for can. 396.~ 187 30,1541| required for prescription with due regard for the prescription


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