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    Title, Canon
1 1,24 | court in accordance with the norm of law. 2. ~The Christian 2 1,24 | except in accordance with the norm of law.~ 3 2,27 | hierarchy according to~the norm of law which the supreme 4 3,46 | Churches, according~to the norm of law established by the 5 4,56 | presides according to the norm of law~approved by the supreme 6 4,62 | with due regard for the norm on precedence~in can. 60, 7 4,71 | deacons according to the norm of particular law. 2. ~All 8 4,78 | which, according to the norm of the canons and~legitimate 9 4,80 | metropolitans~according to the norm of law; (3) to exercise 10 4,89 | vigilance according to the norm of law over all clerics; 11 4,89 | cleric according to the norm of law. 2. The patriarch 12 4,102 | matters, according to the norm of particular law or with 13 4,110 | obtain force according to the norm of can. 150, 2 and 3. 2. ~ 14 4,110 | Church according to the norm of can. 1062. 3. ~The synod 15 4,116 | to five according to the norm of can. 115, 3. ~3. If the 16 4,116 | for him according to the norm of~can. 115, 3.~ 17 4,143 | part in it according to~the norm of the statutes. 4. To the 18 5,153 | elected according to the norm of cann.~63-74. 2. After 19 6,155 | hierarchs according to the~norm of law. 2. It is solely 20 6,157 | possesses according to the~norm of law over the bishops 21 6,159 | hierarchs according to the norm of law, to prepare~useful 22 6,163 | five years according to the norm of can. 208, 2, inasmuch 23 6,172 | be held according to the norm of cann. 140-145 and is 24 6,174 | over it according to the norm of common law and particular~ 25 6,176 | over it according to the norm of law with the consent 26 7,182 | who~can, according to the norm of particular law, collect 27 7,186 | designated according to the~norm of particular law, or, lacking 28 7,187 | patriarch~according to the norm of law.~ 29 7,192 | insurance according to the norm of law.~ 30 7,194 | excluded, according to the norm of the particular~law of 31 7,203 | expedient according~to the norm of the law.~ 32 7,221 | one~who, according to the norm of can. 271, 5, presides 33 7,221 | eparchy according to the norm of the canons on elections~ 34 7,245 | vicarious power according to the norm of common~law, assists the 35 7,264 | which, according to the norm of the law, assists the 36 7,265 | without prejudice to the norm of common law~and the particular 37 7,266 | themselves according to the~norm of the particular law of 38 7,286 | superior according to the norm of can. 284, 2; (2) to~name 39 7,288 | parish according to the norm of~particular law.~ 40 7,291 | clergy according to the norm of can. 390.~ 41 7,296 | sui iuris according to the norm of can. 37, the administration 42 8,317 | and Paul according to the norm can. 208,~except exarchs 43 8,319 | constituted according to the norm of can.~271, 3, the exarch 44 10,326 | except according to the norm of the law.~ 45 10,331 | spirit; according to the~norm of particular law, others 46 10,337 | own directory in which the norm of the program of~formation 47 10,338 | seminary according to the norm of the statutes, to~urge 48 10,342 | seminary~who, according to the norm of the statutes, are proven 49 10,353 | Canon 353~According to the norm of particular law, there 50 10,358 | unless, according to the~norm of the particular law of 51 10,366 | eparchy according to the norm of the law. 2. The eparchial 52 10,378 | Canon 378~According to the norm of the particular law clerics 53 10,390 | 1021,~2 according to the norm of the particular law.~ 54 10,394 | or in accordance with the norm of can. 397, of the~patriarch; 55 10,395 | clerical state according to the norm of~the law, loses with it 56 12,414 | them in accordance with the norm of law,~except those which 57 12,422 | established according to the norm of the typicon or statutes, 58 12,422 | counsel in accordance with the norm of can. 934. 2. Particular 59 12,437 | monastery in accordance with the norm of the typicon, without 60 12,446 | except according to the norm of the typicon.~ 61 12,472 | and in accordance with the norm of the typicon. These letters 62 12,474 | often in accordance with the norm of the typicon. 2. ~Without 63 12,495 | be punished according the norm of law, even with dismissal.~ 64 12,512 | authority according to~the norm of the statutes, is to be 65 12,536 | members according to the norm of~can. 471, 1 is to be 66 12,550 | punished according to~the norm of law or even dismissed.~ 67 12,554 | in accordance with the norm of can. 505, 2; it is clerical, 68 12,554 | is clerical, according to norm of can. 505, 3; dependent 69 12,554 | in accordance with the norm of~cann. 413-415, 419, 420, 70 12,558 | persons according to the norm of can.~423. 2. The administration 71 12,560 | In accordance with the norm of the statutes, the major 72 12,567 | persons, according to the~norm of can. 423. 2. The administration 73 13,578 | done in accordance with~the norm of common law and the statutes 74 13,578 | associations, according to the norm of typicon or statutes with 75 13,581 | cause in accordance with the~norm of common law and the statutes.~ 76 13,582 | 1054 and according to the norm of its own statutes, under 77 13,583 | effect, according to the~norm of law, besides by the Apostolic 78 14,588 | they~want, according to the norm of can. 30; however, it 79 15,596 | shared, according to the norm of~law, both by those who 80 15,608 | exercised according to the norm of~law; the other faithful, 81 15,614 | priest or, according to norm of particular law, also 82 15,658 | ecclesiastical approval. 2. The same norm is to~be applied also to 83 15,662 | superior, according to the norm of their typicon or statutes.~ 84 16,670 | church according to the norm of particular law of his 85 16,683 | in which according to the norm of~law the person to be 86 16,745 | reserved according to the norm of law to~the Roman Pontiff, 87 16,755 | regard for recourse to the norm of law.~ 88 16,756 | worthy~according to the norm of law of receiving them.~ 89 16,758 | orders according to the~norm of particular law of each 90 16,758 | impeded according to~the norm of can. 762. 3. The particular 91 16,771 | candidate according~to the norm of particular law. 2. All 92 16,803 | presumed, according to the norm of can. 779, until it is 93 16,832 | competent according to the norm of law without grave inconvenience, 94 16,841 | celebrated according to the norm of can. 832, the~priest, 95 16,879 | departed, according to the norm of particular~law.~ 96 19,915 | emancipated according to the norm of~civil law can also acquire 97 19,933 | action in accordance with the norm of law.~ 98 19,934 | convoked according to the norm of can. 948, unless particular 99 20,944 | provided that according to the norm~of law it is declared that 100 20,945 | according to the ordinary norm of law.~ 101 20,948 | provided that according to the norm of~law it has been established 102 20,960 | qualified according to the norm of law and the~election 103 20,974 | itself according to the norm of can. 976. 2. In order 104 21,979 | In accordance with the norm of law, those who have received~ 105 21,979 | governance in accordance with the norm of law.~ 106 21,986 | are bound according to the norm of can. 1491, 3.~ 107 22,997 | decree~according to the norm of law. 2. The first recourse 108 22,1006| constituted according to the~norm of particular law, unless 109 23,1009| goods in accordance with~the norm of canon law. 2. All temporal 110 24,1104| petition in accordance with the norm of the canons.~ 111 24,1150| prescription in accordance~with the norm of law or by another legitimate 112 24,1174| the selection. 2. The same norm is to be observed~if one 113 24,1182| iudicata) according~to the norm of can. 1322.~ 114 24,1183| according to the ordinary norm of~law.~ 115 25,1190| accepted in virtue of the~norm of can. 1189, the decree 116 25,1191| s name according to~the norm of law.~ 117 25,1227| harm in accordance with the norm of can. 1229, 2, n. 2, or 118 25,1292| completed in accordance with the norm of can. 1283.~ 119 25,1298| them in accordance with the norm of can. 1192.~ 120 25,1304| sanated according to the norm of can. 1302; (6) it was 121 25,1305| substituted according to the norm of can. 1108.~ 122 25,1310| nullity according to the norm of can. 1306; (3) from a 123 25,1320| only in accordance~with the norm of can. 1283.~ 124 25,1325| in accordance with the norm of can. 1337, 3.~ 125 25,1341| unjust according to the norm of cann. 1303,~1304 and 126 25,1345| reconciliation according to the norm of~can. 1103, 2, has been 127 25,1351| Only in accordance with the norm of can. 1110 can the judge 128 25,1351| only in accordance with~the norm of can. 1283.~ 129 26,1382| intervene in accordance with the norm of can.~1097.~ 130 28,1483| In accordance with the norm of can. 1276, an injured 131 28,1486| been cited~according to the norm of law, the person has neglected 132 29,1502| particular law nor does~a norm of particular law enacted 133 29,1502| derogate~from a more particular norm in force in that same Church~ 134 29,1524| proceed in accordance~with the norm of the mandate; if conditions 135 29,1539| to~him according to the norm of the law, the eparchial 136 29,1539| to him according to the norm~of the law, provided that 137 30,1542| order, according to the norm of law; (7) the right of


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