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    Title, Canon
1 2,35 | Apostolic~See in special cases of persons, communities 2 4,78 | power to someone for all cases. 2. The power of~the patriarch 3 4,111 | secrecy regarding acts or~cases treated is to be decided 4 4,118 | relating~to persons; in other cases, if at least one of the 5 6,157 | a~certain person for all cases. 2. The power of the metropolitan~ 6 6,167 | also legislate in those cases in which common law~remits 7 7,177 | to be observed; in other cases the erection, modification~ 8 7,204 | Roman Pontiff. In other cases~this is to be done by the 9 7,205 | their houses only in the cases expressed in law.~ 10 7,210 | patriarchal Church;~in other cases, it is submitted to the 11 7,211 | itself unless in certain cases due to special circumstances 12 7,221 | mentioned in can. 220, in~other cases of a vacant eparchial see, 13 7,232 | permanent synod. In other cases~the finance officer is elected 14 7,233 | assumption of office. In other cases he is to inform~the Apostolic 15 7,253 | priest must be the notary in cases in which the reputation 16 7,263 | by common law in special~cases or if the document creating 17 7,269 | greater importance and in cases expressly determined~by 18 7,269 | needs its consent~only in cases expressly determined by 19 7,269 | himself governs, in these cases the presbyteral council~ 20 7,302 | other priests for individual cases. 3. The parochial~vicar, 21 8,314 | episcopal ordination. ~In other cases, the appointment of the 22 10,330 | its own Church. In other cases it is proper to the eparchial 23 10,345 | perhaps, in individual~cases, were lacking in their formation 24 10,363 | patriarch; (2) in other cases, the administrator of an 25 10,397 | this obligation; in other cases the~matter is to be deferred 26 12,414 | requested from him, in single cases and for individual occasions~ 27 12,422 | exercising their office. In~cases prescribed by the law they 28 12,480 | he presides, or in other cases, of the Apostolic See.~ 29 12,497 | the council, shall in such cases without delay, after collecting~ 30 12,509 | patriarchal~Church, or in other cases, the consent of the Apostolic 31 12,522 | novitiate is located; in special cases and by~way of an exception, 32 12,539 | the statutes; but in~other cases by the local hierarch after 33 12,544 | the synaxis. 3. In other cases the member cannot~validly 34 12,553 | professed member; in other cases, cann. 500-503~are to be 35 16,671 | rightly disposed. 5. For the cases in~2, 3 and 4, norms of 36 16,689 | two witnesses; in other cases the name of the baptized 37 16,727 | Canon 727~In some cases, in order to provide for 38 16,767 | except in the following cases: (1) if the deed, upon which 39 16,767 | in the more urgent occult cases, in which~the competent 40 16,789 | priest, beyond the other cases defined by law, without 41 16,794 | a prohibition; in other cases only the Apostolic See can 42 16,796 | situation and only for those cases in which the local hierarch 43 16,852 | radical sanation~in individual cases if the validity of the marriage 44 16,852 | are fulfilled. In other cases,~and in cases involving 45 16,852 | In other cases,~and in cases involving an impediment 46 16,864 | of the place. 3. In all cases, when the reason for the 47 16,895 | made before the Church in cases established~by law, otherwise 48 19,928 | Canon 928~Except for cases mentioned in common law: ( 49 19,928 | authority;~(3) in other cases, the authority which sets 50 19,934 | law provides otherwise for cases stated in that~law when 51 20,956 | alone or religious, in which cases~that person is to be deemed 52 20,965 | Office is lost, besides other cases prescribed by law, by~the 53 21,980 | provides for this in certain cases.~ 54 21,988 | a~single act or for all cases, unless the law expressly 55 21,988 | a single act~or for all cases, unless the delegation is 56 21,988 | power was delegated for all cases,~it can be subdelegated 57 21,988 | subdelegated only for individual cases; if, however, it~is delegated 58 21,989 | power delegated for all cases~is to be broadly interpreted; 59 21,992 | completion of the number of cases for~which it was granted, 60 22,1000| Canon 1000~1. In cases in which recourse suspends 61 22,1000| can. 999, 1. 2. In other cases, unless within ten days~ 62 22,1001| the petition; (2) in other cases, from the~day on which the 63 23,1036| same~synod. 4. In other cases the consent of the Apostolic 64 23,1054| of can. 1052. 3. In~other cases, the Apostolic See or the 65 24,1056| Canon 1056~In cases which are reserved to a 66 24,1060| patriarchs; (2) bishops in penal cases; (3) those who hold the~ 67 24,1060| office in a state; (4) other cases which he has~called to his 68 24,1060| be judged in contentious~cases by the tribunal designated 69 24,1062| to judge the contentious~cases either of eparchies or of 70 24,1062| bishops. ~4. Appeal in these cases is to be made to the synod 71 24,1063| who serve in rotation, for cases already judged in lower 72 24,1063| who serve in rotation, the cases~of: (1) exarchs and delegates 73 24,1063| judicial power; (5) those other cases reserved to~this tribunal 74 24,1064| eparchial tribunals. 2. In cases in~first instances tried 75 24,1066| each~eparchy and for all cases not expressly excepted by 76 24,1067| patriarchal Church; in other cases, it may be erected by the 77 24,1067| Church; however, in other cases, it is made to~the tribunal 78 24,1068| adjudicate contentious~and penal cases of the Christian faithful 79 24,1069| the institute. 2. Except cases concerning secular~institutes, 80 24,1072| judges is absolute in the cases mentioned in cann. 1060, 81 24,1078| Canon 1078~In penal cases the accused, even if absent, 82 24,1079| brought into court: (1) in cases which concern~administration 83 24,1079| administration was conducted; (2) in cases which concern inheritances~ 84 24,1081| by reason of connection cases which are interrelated are 85 24,1084| Canon 1084~1. The following cases are reserved to a collegiate 86 24,1084| tribunal of~three judges: (1) cases concerning the bond of sacred 87 24,1084| of sacred ordination; (2) cases concerning the bond of marriage, 88 24,1084| cann. 1372-1374; (3) penal cases concerning offenses which~ 89 24,1084| degree or deposition; (4) cases~which are determined in 90 24,1084| Church~sui iuris. 2. Other cases are to be heard by a sole 91 24,1084| eparchial bishop to entrust cases to a~single clerical judge 92 24,1086| eparchy or the small number of cases~suggests otherwise. 2. The 93 24,1086| bishop, but he cannot judge cases which~the eparchial bishop 94 24,1087| collegiate tribunal; in other cases, the matter is to be referred 95 24,1094| eparchy for contentious cases in which the public good 96 24,1094| be at stake and for~penal cases; the promoter of justice 97 24,1095| Canon 1095~1. In contentious cases it is the task of the eparchial 98 24,1096| appointed in an eparchy for cases~concerning the nullity of 99 24,1097| Canon 1097~In cases which require the presence 100 24,1100| can be appointed for all cases or for particular cases; 101 24,1100| cases or for particular cases; they can, however, be removed 102 24,1110| even ex officio, in penal cases and in other cases which 103 24,1110| penal cases and in other cases which involve~the public 104 24,1111| regard for~justice, all cases are concluded as soon as 105 24,1115| basis and hear and decide cases, who violate the law of~ 106 24,1117| Canon 1117~Cases are to be tried in the order 107 24,1129| provides~otherwise, while cases are being tried before a 108 24,1136| judge. 3. But in spiritual cases and in cases connected~with 109 24,1136| in spiritual cases and in cases connected~with spiritual 110 24,1136| the judge; in all other cases they must~act and respond 111 24,1139| question, except for marriage cases, the judge is to appoint 112 24,1146| penalties if they withdraw cases from competent tribunals 113 24,1148| especially for marriage cases.~ 114 24,1165| cannot validly take place in cases concerning~those things 115 25,1195| judge; in more difficult cases, however, the parties are 116 25,1213| truth of their testimony in cases where the public~good is 117 25,1213| can do the same in other cases.~ 118 25,1217| the burden of proof. 2. In cases~which concern the public 119 25,1281| upon request; however, in cases concerned with the public~ 120 25,1283| asked for, only: (1) in cases in which~it is a question 121 25,1283| give consent; (2) in other cases, after hearing~the parties 122 25,1283| subordination is removed; (3) in all~cases, whenever it is likely that 123 25,1303| even partially. 2. In these cases, the complaint of~nullity 124 25,1304| complaint of nullity in these cases~can be proposed within three 125 25,1308| Canon 1308~Cases involving a complaint of 126 25,1309| defender of the bond in cases in~which their presence 127 25,1324| Canon 1324~Cases concerning the status of 128 25,1331| procedural norms for incidental cases ought~to be followed.~ 129 25,1338| to the different types~of cases.~ 130 25,1340| party or ex~officio. 3. In cases of can. 1069, 1 the execution 131 25,1343| Canon 1343~1. All cases which are not excluded by 132 25,1343| process is used outside of~cases permitted by law, the judicial 133 25,1355| contentious process was used in cases excluded by the law, it 134 26,1357| Canon 1357~Marriage cases of the baptized belong to 135 26,1358| where they are in force,~cases involving the merely civil 136 26,1358| civil magistrate, but these cases can be tried and decided 137 26,1359| Canon 1359~In cases regarding the nullity of 138 26,1366| Canon 1366~In cases of impotence or defect of 139 26,1366| would be useless; in~other cases the prescription of can. 140 26,1375| Canon 1375~Cases declaring the nullity of 141 26,1376| however, the special norms on~cases affecting the public good 142 26,1382| Canon 1382~In cases involving the separation 143 26,1383| In uncertain~and complex cases, an eparchial bishop exercising 144 26,1400| Canon 1400~In cases of transfer, the prescriptions 145 27,1406| non-penal law in individual cases,~is equivalent to a penal 146 27,1413| judge decides in~special cases that their reformation can 147 27,1436| 2. In addition to these cases, whoever professes a doctrine~ 148 27,1464| who, in addition to the cases already foreseen in law,~ 149 28,1471| as the special norms on cases~which involve the public 150 29,1489| is prescribed for special cases. They begin~to oblige after 151 29,1513| must not be extended to cases other than those actually 152 29,1525| predetermined; in~these cases, however, the executor may 153 29,1533| completion of the number of cases for which it~was granted; (


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