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    Title, Canon
1 1,19 | Catholic" unless the consent of competent ecclesiastical authority 2 1,24 | enjoy in the Church before a competent~ecclesiastical court in 3 1,24 | summoned~to judgment by competent authority, to be judged 4 4,85 | Church, the patriarch is competent: (1) to give to an eparchial~ 5 4,86 | Canon 86~1. The patriarch is competent: (1) to give a patriarchal 6 4,110 | patriarchal Church is exclusively competent to make laws for the entire 7 4,110 | patriarchal~Church is not competent for administrative actions 8 4,126 | the patriarchal Church is competent to accept the resignation 9 4,143 | with the consent of the competent superior. 2. All who are 10 6,159 | Pontiff, the metropolitan~is competent: (1) to ordain and enthrone 11 6,172 | years; the metropolitan is competent to do whatever is said there 12 6,173 | 1; the metropolitan is competent to do whatever is said there 13 6,176 | a Church sui iuris, the competent authority in these Churches 14 7,286 | eparchy in the interim, is~competent: (1) to name as pastor a 15 7,291 | the eparchial bishop is competent, after consulting the~presbyteral 16 7,305 | the eparchial bishop is competent to name the rector of a 17 10,323 | faithful who, chosen by the competent ecclesiastical authority,~ 18 10,337 | the seminary and who~is competent also, if the situation warrants, 19 10,371 | committed to them by the competent authority~whenever, in the 20 11,404 | the sacred sciences from~competent ecclesiastical authority.~ 21 11,408 | may be also~admitted by a competent authority to other functions, 22 12,415 | with~the consent of the competent superiors, without prejudice 23 12,433 | own typicon approved by competent authority.~ 24 12,435 | The eparchial bishop is competent to erect a monastery sui~ 25 12,438 | 438~1. The patriarch is competent to suppress, within the 26 12,500 | no-confederated monastery sui iuris is~competent to issue a decree of dismissal, 27 12,504 | is a society erected by competent ecclesiastical~authority 28 12,504 | is a society erected by competent ecclesiastical~authority 29 12,515 | the confirmation of the competent major superior but if they~ 30 12,527 | admitted to profession by the competent superior according~to the 31 12,549 | that of the council, to the competent~authority. 2. In orders, 32 12,551 | and congregations. ~The competent authority is the major superior 33 12,553 | The superior general is competent with respect to the dismissal~ 34 12,562 | the~superior general is competent, observing cann. 500-503, 35 12,568 | eparchial bishop or by~the competent higher ecclesiastical authority; 36 13,573 | Associations which are erected by competent ecclesiastical~authority, 37 13,573 | statutes~are reviewed by competent authority but otherwise 38 13,574 | any case for can. 18, the competent ecclesiastical authority 39 13,575 | Canon 575~1. The competent authority for erecting or 40 14,585 | prepared preachers sent by the competent authority according to the 41 15,621 | council of hierarchs is competent to issue norms on catechetical 42 15,624 | the norms determined by competent authority, make the utmost 43 15,634 | under the supervision of the competent ecclesiastical~authority, 44 15,648 | canonically erected or approved by competent ecclesiastical~authority, 45 15,652 | and the Apostolic See are competent to forbid the Christian 46 15,657 | same authorities are also competent to approve the translations 47 15,661 | 2. Approval granted by competent authority shows that the 48 16,668 | divine public~worship the competent authority is the one mentioned 49 16,671 | with at least the local competent authority of~the non-Catholic 50 16,677 | or the local hierarch, is competent for its administration, 51 16,720 | The eparchial bishop is competent to decide when such grave 52 16,722 | special grant made by a competent authority. 4. Priests who 53 16,724 | Only the local hierarch is competent to confer on any presbyter 54 16,726 | it is revoked by another competent authority, the presbyter 55 16,729 | cannot be requested from the competent authority without grave 56 16,767 | occult cases, in which~the competent authority cannot be reached 57 16,797 | dispensation is obtained from the competent authority, the power of 58 16,797 | to have~recourse to the competent authority.~ 59 16,813 | prior permission of the competent authority.~ 60 16,832 | access to a priest who is~competent according to the norm of 61 16,833 | is able, is to inform~the competent authority of those Christian 62 16,848 | renewal of consent, granted by competent authority and including 63 16,863 | for separation before the competent ecclesiastical~authority; 64 16,864 | established otherwise by competent authority.~ 65 16,880 | Church sui iuris which is competent to~establish particular 66 17,899 | norms established by the competent authority; a bishop cannot 67 19,921 | special concession of the competent authority granted~by decree. 68 19,921 | juridic persons. 3. The competent ecclesiastical authority 69 19,922 | by~the authority that is competent to set it up as a juridic 70 19,927 | it is suppressed by the competent authority, or if in fact 71 19,931 | placed by a person able and competent to place it, and that it~ 72 20,936 | by the Lord himself or by competent authority to be~exercised 73 20,936 | constituted or in the decree of a competent authority. 3. That authority 74 20,936 | That authority which is competent to establish an office, 75 20,939 | the free~conferral of a competent authority; (2) if preceded 76 20,940 | rescinded by a~decree of the competent authority which must act 77 20,947 | the vacant office. 2. The competent authority can do the same 78 20,948 | must be rescinded by~the competent authority, provided that 79 20,959 | request confirmation by~the competent authority not beyond eight 80 20,960 | Canon 960~1. The competent authority cannot deny confirmation 81 20,961 | postulate such a~person from the competent authority, unless something 82 20,963 | of available time to the competent authority to whom confirmation 83 20,963 | a dispensation~from the competent authority; if confirmation 84 20,963 | postulation must be sent to the competent authority so that~the dispensation 85 20,963 | from the postulation; the competent authority~is not obliged 86 20,963 | postulation already sent to a competent authority.~ 87 20,964 | not been admitted by the competent~authority the right of electing 88 20,965 | communicated in writing by the competent~authority. 4. The title 89 20,973 | else is prescribed by the competent authority. 2. The person 90 20,974 | legitimately issued by a competent authority, with due regard 91 20,975 | prudent discretion of a competent authority, that person can 92 20,976 | by the declaration of a competent authority.~ 93 20,977 | but by a decree of the competent authority, this same authority 94 23,1011| Canon 1011~The competent authority has the right 95 23,1024| consent has~been given by competent authority. 2. The acts which 96 23,1035| the written consent of the competent authority, without which 97 23,1035| safeguards prescribed by competent authority are also to be 98 23,1047| established as a juridic person by competent~authority; (2) non-autonomous 99 24,1055| cann. 996-1006, alone is competent.~ 100 24,1063| established. 4. This tribunal is competent to judge in first and in~ 101 24,1073| except~before a judge who is competent in virtue of one of the 102 24,1080| Canon 1080~If a judge is not competent in virtue of any of the 103 24,1082| several tribunals are equally~competent, the tribunal which first 104 24,1083| judges as to which of them is competent~to hear the case, is to 105 24,1104| Canon 1104~1. A competent judge is to offer his ministry 106 24,1107| tribunal, even if he is competent, the exception is dealt 107 24,1115| certainly~and obviously competent, who declare themselves 108 24,1115| who declare themselves competent without~any legal basis 109 24,1115| negligence can be punished by the competent authority~with fitting penalties, 110 24,1146| they withdraw cases from competent tribunals and submit them 111 24,1152| accused, by pardon granted by competent authority and by prescription. 112 24,1174| to the tribunal that is competent to decide the case in~first 113 24,1176| introduce the case before the competent tribunal.~ 114 24,1182| however, another judge is competent to~receive the appeal, the 115 25,1185| introductory libellus to a competent judge, which explains the 116 25,1194| action was begun and is competent in other respects; (3) the 117 25,1216| trial and~made before a competent judge, whether spontaneously 118 25,1268| before the~judge who in competent to settle the principal 119 26,1359| Apostolic See the following are competent: (1) the tribunal of the 120 26,1386| ordination~must be sent to the competent dicastery of the Roman Curia 121 27,1424| the judgment of him who is competent to remit the~penalty, these 122 27,1429| case the consent of the competent superior is required,~or 123 27,1459| someone~without a mandate of competent authority, and the one who 124 28,1487| imposed~can be made to the competent higher authority within 125 29,1508| Even before that time, a competent legislator can approve a~ 126 29,1514| another administrative act of~competent authority takes effect only 127 29,1516| approved custom, unless~the competent authority has expressly 128 29,1533| in the judgment of the competent authority, change to such 129 29,1534| renunciation is accepted by the competent authority. 2. Any physical 130 29,1534| nor is~a juridic person competent to renounce a privilege


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