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1 4,81 | Canon 81~Acts of the Roman Pontiff for 2 4,111 | observance of secrecy regarding acts or~cases treated is to be 3 4,111 | established by common law. 3. ~Acts regarding laws and decisions 4 4,111 | soon as possible; certain acts or even all of them~should 5 4,117 | the synod must sign the acts of the synod.~ 6 6,159 | 8) to communicate the acts of the Roman~Pontiff to 7 6,159 | which are contained in~these acts.~ 8 6,167 | of~the reception of the acts of the council; the metropolitan 9 6,167 | mention the administrative acts of the metropolitan, he 10 6,167 | to~perform administrative acts which by common law are 11 7,185 | elected of the election and acts according to the norms of 12 7,227 | have been neglected, the acts of the one elected or appointed 13 7,252 | law, is to see~that the acts of the curia are gathered 14 7,253 | the authenticity of any acts whatsoever, of~judicial 15 7,253 | whatsoever, of~judicial acts only or of the acts of a 16 7,253 | judicial acts only or of the acts of a certain case or transaction 17 7,254 | duty: (1) to write the acts and documents~relating to 18 7,254 | are done and to sign the acts of these matters~with a 19 7,254 | requirements, to furnish acts or documents~to one legitimately 20 7,259 | Each year, the procedural acts for inflicting penalties 21 7,261 | bishop is to see that the acts and documents~of the archive 22 7,261 | of the inventory of the acts and~documents are to be 23 7,261 | to inspect or remove the~acts and documents of these archives, 24 12,466 | monastic profession renders acts that are contrary to~the 25 12,466 | the vows invalid if the acts can be nullified.~ 26 12,500 | shall be attached to the acts which are to be submitted 27 12,501 | dismissal shall hand over the acts collected in the matter 28 12,529 | Temporary profession renders acts contrary to the vows unlawful, 29 15,666 | of laws and the official acts~of whatever ecclesiastical 30 16,696 | Churches sui iuris, he lawfully~acts if they are his subjects, 31 16,700 | with another presbyter, who acts as the principal celebrant,~ 32 16,762 | of the hierarch. 2. The acts which are mentioned~in 1, 33 16,841 | celebration or the person who acts in his place, even if~neither 34 19 | TITLE 19~Persons and Juridic Acts~ 35 19,924 | With regard to collegial acts, unless other provisions 36 19,934 | in order to place certain~acts requires the consent or 37 19,934 | consent of~those persons or acts contrary to the opinion 38 20,955 | record accurately all the acts of the election and after 39 20,959 | administration of the office, and~acts placed by such a person 40 21,983 | to matters or to persons acts~invalidly. 3. A delegate 41 21,983 | invalidly. 3. A delegate who acts in delegated matters in 42 21,985 | delegated, except to carry out acts which are preparatory to 43 21,990 | prescription of collegial acts, unless some other provision 44 22,996 | particular administrative acts which~are placed by any 45 23,1013| the taxes for the various acts of the power of governance 46 23,1024| competent authority. 2. The acts which go beyond~the limits 47 23,1024| statutes do not mention~such acts, it is within the competence 48 23,1024| subject to determine those~acts, after having consulted 49 23,1024| to answer for the invalid acts of its administrators.~ 50 24,1059| entire Catholic world and he acts either~personally or through 51 24,1071| carry out certain procedural acts, except, however, those 52 24,1085| sentence. 2. ~Other procedural acts are to be carried out by 53 24,1085| college has reserved certain acts to itself;~however, such 54 24,1097| defender of the bond, the acts are null if they were not~ 55 24,1097| office by inspecting the acts.~ 56 24,1101| each procedure so that the~acts are considered null if they 57 24,1101| signed by the notary. 2. Acts which notaries draw up warrant 58 24,1109| heard the parties. 2. The acts posited by a judge~prior 59 24,1109| objection are valid; but those acts posited after the~objection 60 24,1109| acceptance of the objection, the acts are invalid.~ 61 24,1113| endangered by divulging the acts or proofs, or an opportunity 62 24,1125| for positing of procedural acts, the judge must determine 63 24,1131| Canon 1131~1. All judicial acts, whether the acts of the 64 24,1131| judicial acts, whether the acts of the case, that is,~those 65 24,1131| the case, that is,~those acts which concern the merits 66 24,1131| of the question, or the acts~of the process, that is, 67 24,1131| individual pages of the~acts are to be numbered and authenticated 68 24,1132| is required~for judicial acts and a party or a witness 69 24,1132| this is to be noted in the acts; both the judge and~the 70 24,1133| furnish a copy of judicial acts and of documents which have 71 24,1133| to be~made of them in the acts; likewise signed writings 72 24,1142| necessary; the judicial~acts, however, lack all force 73 24,1143| instance of trial or judicial acts, make a settlement,~strike 74 25,1187| purpose of receiving the acts; (4) indicate the domicile 75 25,1190| however,~is to note in the acts that the parties were present 76 25,1192| sentences and other~judicial acts are to be made through the 77 25,1192| notification must be clear in the acts. 3. ~A respondent who refuses 78 25,1193| legitimately communicated, the acts of the~process are null, 79 25,1199| must~proceed to the final acts after having cited the procurator 80 25,1203| Abatement extinguishes the acts of the process, but not 81 25,1203| the process, but not the acts~of the case, which in fact 82 25,1203| as regards outsiders the acts of the case have no other~ 83 25,1205| either all or some of the acts of the process. 2. In order 84 25,1205| involvement is required to place acts which go beyond~the limits 85 25,1206| concerning the renounced acts as an abatement of an instance 86 25,1206| expenses for the renounced acts.~ 87 25,1249| is to make mention in the acts whether the oath was~taken, 88 25,1250| changing it. 2. Finally the acts must be~signed by the witness, 89 25,1251| ex~officio but before the acts or the testimony have been 90 25,1258| services must~focus. 2. The acts of the case and other documents 91 25,1262| experts may inspect the acts of the case if necessary 92 25,1281| the tribunal chancery the acts which are not~yet known 93 25,1281| known to them; a copy of the acts can also be given to advocates 94 25,1287| persons remain~outside the acts of the case. 2. If the discussion 95 25,1289| and fully known from the acts~and proofs.~ 96 25,1291| this certitude from the acts and the proofs. 3. However, 97 25,1292| are to be appended to the~acts of the case with a notation 98 25,1302| 1303 and 1304, nullity of acts which~are established by 99 25,1315| being made must transmit the~acts, duly authenticated by the 100 25,1315| higher tribunal;~if the acts are written in a language 101 25,1331| accepted and the~opponent acts at the appeal level, he 102 25,1343| permitted by law, the judicial acts are null.~ 103 25,1347| after having examined the acts, is to~determine the formulation 104 26,1364| to inspect the judicial acts even though not~published 105 26,1367| sacramental marriage; the acts are to be sent to~the Apostolic 106 26,1368| there are any and the other acts~of the trial, are to be 107 26,1373| second instance, to whom the~acts must be sent and who must 108 26,1394| report, having inspected the acts, and also to offer~proofs 109 27,1430| against~exercising all or some acts of orders, in accordance 110 27,1432| can refer to all or some acts of the power of~orders or 111 27,1432| governance, to all or some acts or rights connected~with 112 27,1432| be suspended except from acts which are subject to the 113 27,1432| affects the validity of acts nor the right to a~dwelling 114 27,1433| forbidden to exercise~those acts of the power of order or 115 27,1434| and functions, to place acts of governance, which, if~ 116 28,1470| Canon 1470~The acts of the investigation, the 117 28,1472| he is to hand over the acts of the investigation to 118 28,1472| such by the higher tribunal acts as the petitioner before 119 29 | Custom, and Administrative Acts~ 120 29,1511| Canon 1510~1. Administrative acts can be issued by those who 121 29,1511| delegation. 2. Administrative acts are above all: (1) decrees 122 29,1513| to~those administrative acts which concern litigation 123 29,1513| all other administrative acts are to be widely~interpreted. 124 29,1517| attached to administrative acts are considered to~affect 125 29,1525| may entrust preparatory acts~to another.~ 126 29,1538| juridical institutes or acts, or are laws pertaining


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