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    Title, Canon
1 4,99 | to see that the personal Statutes in force~in the region are 2 4,99 | conceded by~the personal Statutes, it is expedient in matters 3 4,113 | Church is to draw up its~statutes in which are provided a 4 4,143 | lay persons, unless the~statutes determine a greater number, 5 4,143 | according to~the norm of the statutes. 4. To the patriarchal assembly 6 4,145 | assembly is to have its statutes, in which are~contained 7 6,171 | hierarchs is to draw up its statutes, transmitting~them to the 8 7,265 | council is to have its own statutes approved by~the eparchial 9 7,266 | according to the norms of the statutes, must be ex officio members 10 7,267 | the extent provided in the statutes, active and passive voice 11 7,268 | to~be determined by the statutes so that, insofar as it is 12 7,270 | a term determined in the statutes so that the whole council~ 13 7,274 | the prescriptions of the statutes which are to be given by 14 7,306 | regard for the legitimate statutes of foundation and as long~ 15 7,309 | regard for~the legitimate statutes and acquired rights, the 16 9,322 | eparchial bishops, and, if the statutes so establish,~other local 17 9,322 | iuris is to draw up its own statutes in~which is fostered, insofar 18 9,322 | the Catholic Church. The statutes, to be valid, must be approved~ 19 10,331 | which, according to their statutes, serve the~same purposes, 20 10,335 | unless particular law or the statutes of~the seminary have determined 21 10,337 | seminary is to have its own statutes in which are determined 22 10,337 | without prejudice to the statutes, treat the~formation of 23 10,337 | the whole seminary. 3. The statutes of the seminary need~the 24 10,337 | authority determined in the statutes.~ 25 10,338 | according to the norm of the statutes, to~urge that the statutes 26 10,338 | statutes, to~urge that the statutes and directory of the seminary 27 10,342 | according to the norm of the statutes, are proven from~documents 28 12,410 | according to the norms of the statutes under a lawful superior, 29 12,414 | typicon of monasteries and statutes of congregations, and to 30 12,414 | from the same typicon or statutes, when lawfully requested 31 12,414 | validly be changed~in the statutes, except by the consent of 32 12,420 | typicon of monasteries or statutes of orders and congregations,~ 33 12,421 | with~the proper typicon or statutes; superiors shall help the 34 12,422 | the norm of the typicon or statutes, whose~cooperation they 35 12,423 | limited by the typicon or statutes.~ 36 12,424 | Canon 424~In the typicon or statutes norms shall be established 37 12,426 | according to~the typicon or statutes thus having faithfully observed 38 12,430 | offices; unless the typicon or statutes~permit this in regard to 39 12,431 | voice, if the typicon or statutes permit it. 3. A~religious 40 12,432 | prescriptions of the typicon or statutes~which refer to the internal 41 12,439 | entitled to approve the statutes of~the confederation. 2. 42 12,441 | must be determined in the statutes of the~same confederation.~ 43 12,500 | with the typicon or the statutes of the confederation;~the 44 12,508 | authority determined by the statutes of the order or congregation. 45 12,508 | donors, pertains, unless the statutes direct otherwise, to~the 46 12,511 | determined in common law and the statutes. ~2. In clerical orders 47 12,511 | in conformity with the statutes.~ 48 12,512 | according to~the norm of the statutes, is to be formed so that 49 12,512 | manner determined in the statutes.~ 50 12,513 | to be determined by the statutes,~which in the case of the 51 12,514 | term of office, unless the statutes decree differently for~the 52 12,514 | procedure, determined by the statutes. 3. It shall be provided 53 12,514 | in suitable~norms of the statutes that members shall not stay 54 12,515 | election according to~the statutes. 2. Other superiors are 55 12,515 | designated in accordance~with the statutes in such a way that if they 56 12,516 | necessity~demands it. 3. If the statutes are silent on the manner 57 12,518 | to be determined in the statutes, under the special care 58 12,519 | with due regard for the statutes and with can. 453, 2~and 59 12,520 | manner prescribed by the statutes.~ 60 12,523 | of the novices. 2. If~the statutes prescribed a longer novitiate, 61 12,524 | novices in accordance with the statutes; the director shall be a 62 12,524 | this is permitted by~the statutes, and visitators; however, 63 12,526 | that time determined in~the statutes. 2. This profession can 64 12,526 | times~in accordance with the statutes, but in such a manner that 65 12,527 | superior according~to the statutes with the consent of the 66 12,527 | requirements stipulated in the statutes for the validity of the 67 12,528 | obligation to~observe the statutes as a perpetually professed 68 12,528 | expressly~provided in the statutes.~ 69 12,534 | synaxis to introduce into~the statutes, if it deems it opportune, 70 12,535 | the prescriptions of the~statutes shall be observed. 2. The 71 12,536 | to be determined in the statutes. 2. The formation of the 72 12,536 | superiors in accordance with the statutes. However, if it is not possible 73 12,537 | in accordance with the statutes,~dimissorial letters for 74 12,538 | according to the norms of the statutes and~lawful custom. 2. The 75 12,538 | fulfill in accordance with the statutes what is prescribed~in can. 76 12,539 | superior according to the statutes; but in~other cases by the 77 12,540 | the prescriptions of the~statutes, and outside their own houses 78 12,541 | shall be determined in the~statutes of individual orders and 79 12,543 | profession as well~as of the statutes insofar as this observance 80 12,543 | as this observance of the statutes is~compatible with the obligations 81 12,545 | profession according to~the statutes of the religious institute 82 12,550 | the time prescribed by the~statutes, he does not return, he 83 12,552 | dismissal~is reserved in the statutes to the eparchial bishop 84 12,552 | might be prescribed by the statutes, the following must be~observed: ( 85 12,554 | accordance with approved statutes, is a~society of common 86 12,557 | is to be defined by the statutes of the~society. In all, 87 12,558 | administer in~conformity with the statutes.~ 88 12,559 | Canon 559~1. The statutes shall be observed regarding 89 12,559 | cann. 450 and 451. ~2. The statutes shall be observed in respect 90 12,560 | accordance with the norm of the statutes, the major superior of a 91 12,561 | obligations determined~in the statutes.~ 92 12,562 | respect to profession, the statutes of the new institute are 93 12,562 | shall be determined in the statutes of~the society the authority 94 12,563 | counsels according to the statutes, strengthened by some sacred 95 12,563 | themselves according to their statutes; (4) clerics~or lay persons, 96 12,566 | secular institutes,~their statutes as well as their dependence 97 12,568 | admitting candidates, the statutes are to be~observed with 98 12,568 | issued in accordance with the statutes; however the decree cannot~ 99 12,571 | protect them by appropriate statutes.~ 100 13,573 | the Church, unless their statutes~are reviewed by competent 101 13,576 | association is to have its own statutes, in which are~defined its 102 13,576 | Besides these things, the statutes are to determine its policies 103 13,576 | the~place and time. 2. The statutes and their modification require~ 104 13,578 | norm of common law and the statutes of the association. 2. ~ 105 13,578 | to the norm of typicon or statutes with the consent of~their 106 13,581 | norm of common law and the statutes.~ 107 13,582 | according to the norm of its own statutes, under the vigilance of~ 108 15,638 | stipulated otherwise in the statutes of foundation or in a special 109 15,650 | Canon 650~Regarding the statutes of the ecclesiastical universities 110 15,662 | norm of their typicon or statutes.~ 111 16,724 | norms~of the typicon or statutes.~ 112 19,922 | authority must have its own statutes, approved by~the authority 113 19,922 | observing common law, the statutes, to obtain approval, must 114 19,922 | transact business before its statutes have~been approved.~ 115 19,925 | to exist according to its~statutes, the exercise of all of 116 19,927 | which are laid down in the statutes concerning suppression~have 117 19,929 | acquired~rights and the statutes by which the juridic person 118 19,930 | acquired rights and the~statutes by which the extinct juridic 119 23,1024| are to be~defined in the statutes; if, however, the statutes 120 23,1024| statutes; if, however, the statutes do not mention~such acts, 121 23,1036| determined in typicon or the~statutes for goods of juridic persons 122 24,1069| determined in the typicon or the~statutes of the institute. 2. Except 123 24,1070| the tribunal~has its own statutes approved by the same authority, 124 24,1099| according to the tribunal's statutes unless the law provides 125 24,1151| prejudice to any personal Statutes which might be in effect.~ 126 25,1335| Canon 1335~The statutes of the tribunal must determine 127 25,1340| superior determined by the statutes or~typicon.~ 128 26,1358| Without prejudice to personal Statutes where they are in force,~ 129 29,1493| laws, legitimate customs, statutes and other norms of law which


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