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    Title, Canon
1 1,16 | Church from the spiritual goods of the Church,~especially 2 4,90 | administration of temporal goods and also persons attached 3 4,122 | the administration of the goods of the patriarchal~Church, 4 4,125 | curia are paid from the goods~which the patriarch can 5 7,230 | is to be taken from the goods of the eparchy; (2) the 6 7,232 | administration of the ecclesiastical goods which on account of the 7 7,262 | administer~the temporal goods of the eparchy, to supervise 8 7,262 | administration of ecclesiastical goods in the whole eparchy, to 9 7,262 | administrators and to administer the goods which~lack an administrator 10 7,278 | Eucharist, that ecclesiastical goods are carefully administered 11 7,299 | the pastor or harm~parish goods. 3. When he has fulfilled 12 7,309 | that its ecclesiastical goods are carefully~administered, 13 10,381 | faithful~out of the spiritual goods of the Church, especially 14 10,385 | witnesses to the~heavenly goods before the world; using 15 10,385 | designate their temporal goods to correct use; and from 16 10,385 | correct use; and from the~goods they acquire on the occasion 17 10,385 | bond, even from his~own goods, unless he has consulted 18 12,431 | acquiring the ownership of goods, he has the use, usufruct 19 12,431 | usufruct and administration of~goods which come to him; whatever 20 12,431 | not lose the ownership of goods, he~regains the use, usufruct, 21 12,431 | and administration of the goods which~he had; he fully acquires 22 12,431 | case he must dispose of the goods coming to him according 23 12,467 | the candidate prefers all goods which he or she actually 24 12,468 | Canon 468~1. Any temporal goods whatsoever which accrue 25 12,488 | member transferred keeps the goods which had~been already acquired 26 12,516 | administration of temporal goods; a general finance officer 27 12,516 | officer who administers the goods of the entire order or congregation; 28 12,525 | the administration of the goods which he~or she now possesses, 29 12,529 | the ownership of one's own goods nor the capacity~to acquire 30 12,529 | the right of disposing of goods by an~act effective during 31 12,529 | to a~notable part of the goods. The renunciation or disposition~ 32 12,534 | a cession of his or her goods, provided that it is done~ 33 12,545 | expired. 4. ~In respect to goods and dowry can. 488, 4 shall 34 12,558 | 2. The administration of goods shall be governed by the~ 35 12,567 | 2. The administration of goods is governed~by cann. 424 36 13,582 | association administers temporal goods according to the norms of 37 19,922 | responsible for disposing of the goods of the juridic person and, 38 19,922 | executor of the division of the goods among several juridic persons,~ 39 19,922 | persons,~or the merger of the goods with other juridic person, 40 19,926 | have been made in law, the goods and~the rights of a juridic 41 19,926 | meet the liabilities of the~goods and also to take care to 42 19,929 | what is right and just, the goods~held in common which had 43 19,930 | of a juridic person, its goods go to the next~higher juridic 44 23 | TITLE 23~The Temporal Goods of the Church~ 45 23,1007| needs and uses temporal goods, inasmuch as its proper 46 23,1007| alienating those temporal goods that~are necessary to pursue 47 23,1008| steward~of all ecclesiastical goods. 2. Under the supreme authority 48 23,1008| Pontiff, ownership of temporal goods of the Church~belongs to 49 23,1009| and alienating temporal goods in accordance with~the norm 50 23,1009| canon law. 2. All temporal goods which belong to~juridic 51 23,1009| persons are ecclesiastical goods.~ 52 23,1010| persons can acquire temporal goods by every just means~permitted 53 23,1017| prescription for temporal goods, according~to the norms 54 23,1020| to see that~the temporal goods acquired by the Church be 55 23,1020| does not allow temporal goods to~be registered in the 56 23,1020| as regards the temporal goods lawfully possessed by a 57 23,1021| special fund which collects~goods and offerings, and whose 58 23,1022| of all the ecclesiastical goods which are~within the boundaries 59 23,1022| administration of ecclesiastical goods be suitably organized, by 60 23,1023| administration of the ecclesiastical goods of a juridic person is the 61 23,1025| administrator of ecclesiastical goods is~to: (1) promise before 62 23,1025| hierarch, of the ecclesiastical goods committed to his care.~ 63 23,1026| inventory of ecclesiastical goods is to be kept~in the archives 64 23,1027| administrators of ecclesiastical goods be sufficiently bonded according 65 23,1028| administrator of ecclesiastical goods is bound to fulfill his 66 23,1028| none of~the ecclesiastical goods entrusted to his care are 67 23,1028| the income and produce of goods~when they are legally due, 68 23,1028| person to its~ecclesiastical goods; where it can be done conveniently, 69 23,1029| administrator of ecclesiastical goods shall not make donations~ 70 23,1029| make donations~from movable goods which do not pertain to 71 23,1030| administrator of ecclesiastical goods: (1) is to observe~meticulously, 72 23,1031| administrator of ecclesiastical goods is to present an~annual 73 23,1031| by particular~law, of the goods given to the Church, unless 74 23,1032| administrator of ecclesiastical goods is neither to initiate~nor 75 23,1033| administrator of ecclesiastical goods who relinquishes an office 76 23,1035| alienate ecclesiastical goods which through lawful designation 77 23,1035| expert valuation of the goods to be alienated; (3) the 78 23,1036| value of the ecclesiastical goods whose alienation~is proposed 79 23,1036| consultors of the eparchy for the goods of the~eparchy; (2) the 80 23,1036| of~the eparchy, for the goods of juridic persons subject 81 23,1036| typicon or the~statutes for goods of juridic persons not subject 82 23,1036| Churches, if the value of~goods exceeds the maximum established 83 23,1036| permanent synod,~for the goods of an eparchy within the 84 23,1036| the permanent synod for goods of a juridic~person subject 85 23,1036| permanent synod for~those goods of a juridic person not 86 23,1036| Church, if~the value of the goods is more than double the 87 23,1036| it is a case of~precious goods or of goods donated to the 88 23,1036| of~precious goods or of goods donated to the Church from 89 23,1036| required if the value of the goods exceeds the sum it established~ 90 23,1036| in the case of precious goods or goods donated to~the 91 23,1036| case of precious goods or goods donated to~the Church by 92 23,1037| To alienate the temporal goods of a patriarchal Church 93 23,1037| synod if the value of the goods is between the minimum and 94 23,1037| patriarchal Church for the goods of the patriarchate; for 95 23,1037| the patriarchate; for the~goods of an eparchy of the patriarchate, 96 23,1037| synod if the~value of the goods exceeds but is not double 97 23,1037| Church if the value of the goods is more than double the 98 23,1037| the case involves precious goods or those things given to 99 23,1038| alienation of ecclesiastical goods shall not give~their advice, 100 23,1038| juridic person~whose temporal goods are proposed for alienation 101 23,1040| Whenever ecclesiastical goods are alienated contrary to 102 23,1041| little value, ecclesiastical goods are not to~be sold or leased 103 23,1043| freely dispose of their goods can leave them to pious 104 23,1044| who give or leave their~goods to pious causes whether 105 23,1044| and distribution of the goods, without prejudice to the 106 23,1046| accepts to be a trustee for goods bequeathed~for pious causes 107 23,1046| trusteeship and list all the~goods that are entrusted to him 108 23,1046| hierarch must demand that the goods held in trust be safeguarded~ 109 23,1046| will~is executed. 3. When goods are committed in trust to 110 23,1047| foundations, that is, temporal goods given in any manner to a 111 23,1047| n. 1. 2. If the temporal goods of a non-autonomous foundation 112 23,1049| which money and movable goods assigned as an endowment~ 113 23,1049| the value of the movable~goods is safeguarded; as soon 114 23,1054| who give or leave their goods to pious causes, provided~ 115 24,1066| the rights or the temporal goods~of a juridic person represented 116 24,1136| administration of~their goods and those who are of diminished 117 24,1159| also be extended to the goods of~the debtor which are 118 24,1165| ecclesiastical temporal goods are involved, provided that 119 24,1165| alienation of~ecclesiastical goods are observed.~ 120 27,1447| legitimate use of the temporal goods of~the Church, or intimidates 121 29,1491| which~deal with immovable goods situated in that territory; (


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