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1 4,83 | same eparchy at the time determined by particular law. 2. ~For 2 4,115 | according to the order determined by the synod of~bishops 3 4,120 | synod must be convoked at determined times, at~least twice a 4 4,122 | is appointed for a term determined by particular law; during 5 4,125 | according to the measure to be determined by the synod of~bishops 6 4,133 | province within the time determined by law with due regard~for 7 4,134 | is always attached to a determined eparchial see. 2. A metropolitan 8 4,143 | are designated~in a manner determined by the eparchial bishop 9 5,151 | the metropolitan of a see determined or~recognized by the Supreme 10 6,155 | over by a metropolitan of a determined see who is appointed by 11 6,159 | same~Church within the time determined by law; (2) to convoke the~ 12 7,187 | the eparchial bishop of a determined eparchy or by which another 13 7,187 | eparchy or by which another determined function in the Church is 14 7,224 | eparchy unless otherwise determined by the Apostolic See or 15 7,230 | established by particular law or determined by lawful custom and which~ 16 7,234 | apostolic administrator are determined by his letters of appointment.~ 17 7,238 | designated in some other manner~determined by the eparchial bishop 18 7,242 | his~Church sui iuris has determined.~ 19 7,244 | faithfully in the manner determined by the law or by the eparchial~ 20 7,244 | according to~the manner determined by the law or by the eparchial 21 7,246 | can be appointed who, in a determined~section of the eparchy, 22 7,248 | Unless otherwise expressly determined by common law, the~protosyncellus 23 7,262 | is appointed for a term~determined by particular law; he is 24 7,268 | presbyteral council is to~be determined by the statutes so that, 25 7,269 | importance and in cases expressly determined~by common law he must consult 26 7,269 | only in cases expressly determined by common law with due regard~ 27 7,270 | be designated~for a term determined in the statutes so that 28 7,271 | which belong the functions determined by law. 2. ~The college 29 7,271 | reason whatever, within the determined five-year~period there is 30 7,273 | people~designated in a manner determined by the eparchial bishop. 31 7,276 | may fulfill the~functions determined by law. 2. It belongs to 32 7,277 | be appointed for a term determined by particular law. 3. For 33 7,281 | their proper shepherd in a determined parish under the~authority 34 7,284 | bishop or other authority determined by the particular law of 35 7,284 | is not to be named for a determined~period of time unless: ( 36 7,296 | enrollment of the baptized into a determined Church~sui iuris according 37 7,301 | the whole parish~or for a determined part of the parish. 3. The 38 7,302 | pastor; but, unless expressly determined otherwise and except for~ 39 7,305 | the eparchial bishop has determined otherwise.~ 40 8,312 | his own name; this must be determined in the~establishment or 41 10,335 | statutes of~the seminary have determined otherwise.~ 42 10,337 | own statutes in which are determined first of all the special 43 10,337 | in which are more fully determined the areas~of discipline 44 10,337 | belongs to the authority determined in the statutes.~ 45 10,360 | into another eparchy for a determined period of time, even renewed 46 10,365 | consent of the authority~determined by the same particular law.~ 47 10,382 | according to the norms determined in detail~by particular 48 10,386 | a notable period~of time determined by particular law without 49 10,392 | right to annual vacations as determined by the~particular law.~ 50 11,400 | faithful and those which are determined in~other canons, the lay 51 12,420 | visitation at the times determined in them of all~houses subject 52 12,441 | have that power which~is determined in the common law and the 53 12,441 | 979. 3. Beyond~what is determined by common law, the power 54 12,441 | monastic confederation must be determined in the statutes of the~same 55 12,444 | monastery~sui iuris for a time determined in the typicon itself, with 56 12,454 | Canon 454~Norms are to be determined in the typicon concerning 57 12,458 | the monastery, are to be determined in the typicon.~ 58 12,471 | formation of members is to be determined in~the typicon in such a 59 12,478 | the monastery for a time determined in the typicon. However, 60 12,508 | pertains to~the authority determined by the statutes of the order 61 12,511 | have~that power which is determined in common law and the statutes. ~ 62 12,512 | general~synaxis in a manner determined in the statutes.~ 63 12,513 | perpetual profession, to be determined by the statutes,~which in 64 12,514 | 2. However, before the determined time~has elapsed they can 65 12,514 | according to the procedure, determined by the statutes. 3. It shall 66 12,518 | period of preparation to be determined in the statutes, under the 67 12,526 | shall be made for that time determined in~the statutes. 2. This 68 12,534 | remain the same as those determined in can. 529 for temporary 69 12,536 | of~can. 471, 1 is to be determined in the statutes. 2. The 70 12,541 | respecting the enclosure shall be determined in the~statutes of individual 71 12,561 | the rights and obligations determined~in the statutes.~ 72 12,562 | can. 552. 4. It shall be determined in the statutes of~the society 73 15,610 | unless particular law has determined otherwise. 4. In extraordinary 74 15,624 | should, keeping to the norms determined by competent authority, 75 16,699 | of Christ in the manner~determined by the liturgical books 76 16,727 | restricted~and reserved to a determined authority; these reservations 77 16,772 | spiritual retreat in a manner determined by particular law.~ 78 16,830 | give the faculty to bless a determined marriage within their own 79 20,943 | by law is conferred for a determined period of time the~Canonical 80 20,965 | by law, by~the lapse of a determined time, by reaching the age 81 20,965 | time, by reaching the age determined by~the law, by resignation, 82 20,965 | of office by lapse of the determined~time or by reaching a certain 83 20,965 | office by reason of age determined by law or~by a resignation 84 20,975 | according to the procedure determined by law; the same holds for 85 20,975 | an~office conferred for a determined period of time before the 86 21,983 | a~manner other than that determined in the mandate is not considered 87 21,988 | for a single act or for a determined act it cannot~be subdelegated 88 22,996 | Canon 99~What is determined concerning decrees in the 89 23,1034| contracts and payments are determined by the civil law of the 90 23,1036| bishop; (3) the authority determined in typicon or the~statutes 91 23,1047| long-term obligation, to be determined by particular law, to arrange 92 23,1053| institutes different from those determined in the foundation.~ 93 24,1057| saints, the special norms determined by the Roman Pontiff are~ 94 24,1067| Apostolic See, the norms determined by the synod or by the Apostolic 95 24,1069| the judge or the tribunal determined in the typicon or the~statutes 96 24,1070| authority, in which~shall be determined the manner of appointing 97 24,1073| virtue of one of the titles~determined in common law. 2. The incompetence 98 24,1084| deposition; (4) cases~which are determined in the particular law of 99 24,1117| others, which fact is to be determined in a special~decree which 100 24,1152| if the~particular law has determined another period for prescription. ~ 101 24,1164| a settlement, the norms determined by the civil law of the~ 102 24,1165| requires, the formalities determined by law for the alienation 103 24,1170| of arbitrators should be determined; likewise provision is to 104 24,1171| invalid if: (1) the norms determined for the~validity of contracts 105 24,1178| Unless the parties have determined otherwise, the arbitration~ 106 25,1190| for a session,~that can be determined in a new decree. 2. If the 107 25,1196| the controversy has been determined, it cannot~validly be changed 108 25,1261| to the experts are to be determined justly and equitably by 109 25,1265| arise~from a certain and determined fact which is directly connected~ 110 25,1292| to decide what is to be determined in the dispositive part 111 25,1306| an appeal~within the time determined for an appeal.~ 112 25,1340| belongs to the superior determined by the statutes or~typicon.~ 113 25,1356| norms which have~not been determined for validity, in order to 114 26,1371| prohibitions~which may have been determined.~ 115 27,1428| vigilance in the manner determined by an administrative~decree.~ 116 27,1432| itself, unless~it is already determined in the law. 2. Nobody can 117 29,1489| promulgated in the manner determined by~these legislators and 118 29,1497| effectiveness unless it is expressly~determined otherwise. 2. Ignorance 119 29,1508| for the prescribed time determined by law. 2. A custom which~ 120 29,1511| precepts by which a person or determined~persons are requested directly


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