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    Title, Canon
1 Prel,5 | Apostolic See to physical and juridic persons which are in~use 2 4,79 | patriarchal Church in all its juridic affairs.~ 3 4,90 | immediately to himself a place~or juridic person which does not belong 4 4,90 | attached to the same place or juridic person in all~matters regarding 5 4,133 | represents the province in~all juridic matters of the same.~ 6 6,157 | Church sui iuris in~all its juridic affairs.~ 7 7,190 | represents the eparchy in all its juridic~affairs.~ 8 7,280 | established~parish is a juridic person by the law itself.~ 9 7,281 | same eparchial bishop. 2. A juridic person~cannot validly be 10 7,290 | Canon 290~1. In all juridic affairs the pastor represents 11 10,335 | legitimately erected is a juridic person by the~law itself. 12 10,357 | appropriate modification to those juridic persons mentioned above 13 12,423 | erected, are by the law~itself juridic persons. Their capacity, 14 12,463 | with due regard~for the juridic force of the profession 15 12,558 | erected, are~by the law itself juridic persons according to the 16 12,567 | erected, are by the law itself juridic persons, according to the~ 17 13,573 | the same authority, are~juridic persons in the Church and 18 19 | TITLE 19~Persons and Juridic Acts~ 19 19,920 | there are also in the Church juridic~persons, either aggregates 20 19,921 | Canon 921~1. Juridic persons are constituted 21 19,921 | as such in common law are juridic persons. 3. The competent 22 19,921 | authority is not to confer juridic personality except upon 23 19,922 | Canon 922~1. Every juridic person constituted by special 24 19,922 | competent to set it up as a juridic person. ~2. While observing 25 19,922 | specific purpose of the juridic person; (2) the nature of 26 19,922 | person; (2) the nature of the juridic person; (3) who is responsible~ 27 19,922 | for the management of the juridic person and how this management~ 28 19,922 | who is to represent the juridic person~in the civil and 29 19,922 | disposing of the goods of the juridic person and, in~the case 30 19,922 | and, in~the case of the juridic person ceasing to exist, 31 19,922 | the goods among several juridic persons,~or the merger of 32 19,922 | of the goods with other juridic person, observing~always 33 19,922 | and acquired rights. 3. A juridic~person cannot validly transact 34 19,923 | cannot be constituted as a juridic person~unless it is made 35 19,925 | one member of a collegial juridic person survives, and~the 36 19,926 | goods and~the rights of a juridic person which does not have 37 19,926 | enrollment of members of this juridic person~can and, according 38 19,926 | responsible for the care of that juridic~person; the same thing is 39 19,927 | Canon 927~1. By its nature a juridic person is perpetual; nevertheless,~ 40 19,927 | for a hundred years. ~2. A juridic person can be suppressed 41 19,928 | permanent synod, to~suppress juridic persons that have been constituted 42 19,928 | patriarch can suppress any juridic~person except those that 43 19,928 | consultors, to suppress those juridic persons that have been set 44 19,928 | authority which sets up juridic persons~cannot validly suppress 45 19,929 | When the territory of a juridic person is divided in such 46 19,929 | it is united to another juridic person or a~distinct juridic 47 19,929 | juridic person or a~distinct juridic person is established for 48 19,929 | the statutes by which the juridic person is governed.~ 49 19,930 | 930~On the extinction of a juridic person, its goods go to 50 19,930 | goods go to the next~higher juridic person, with due regard 51 19,930 | statutes by which the extinct juridic person was governed.~ 52 19,931 | 1. For the validity of a juridic act it is required that 53 19,931 | validity of~the act. 2. A juridic act correctly placed with 54 19,932 | is considered null. 2. A juridic act placed because of~grave 55 19,933 | Canon 933~A juridic act placed because of ignorance 56 19,933 | other provision. However, a juridic act~placed out of ignorance 57 19,934 | that in order to place a juridic act~a superior requires 58 19,934 | sought; however, for such a juridic act to be valid it is required 59 19,935 | damage upon someone by a juridic~act, or indeed by any other 60 20,945 | office was conferred, and the juridic situation~of that person 61 23,1008| the Church~belongs to that juridic person which has lawfully 62 23,1009| Canon 1009~1. All juridic persons are capable of acquiring, 63 23,1009| temporal goods which belong to~juridic persons are ecclesiastical 64 23,1010| Canon 1010~Juridic persons can acquire temporal 65 23,1012| council, to impose a tax on juridic persons subject to his authority 66 23,1015| Canon 1015~Physical and juridic persons cannot collect alms 67 23,1016| or administrators of any~juridic person are presumed to be 68 23,1016| presumed to be given to that juridic person. ~3. These offerings 69 23,1018| belong~to an ecclesiastical juridic person, they can be acquired 70 23,1018| by~another ecclesiastical juridic person.~ 71 23,1019| which belong to another juridic person are prescribed after 72 23,1020| registered in the~name of the juridic person to which they belong, 73 23,1020| registered in the name of a juridic person; the same authority~ 74 23,1020| lawfully possessed by a juridic person, but whose acquisition 75 23,1023| ecclesiastical goods of a juridic person is the responsibility 76 23,1024| the authority to whom~the juridic person is immediately subject 77 23,1024| to its own advantage, a juridic~person is not held to answer 78 23,1026| kept~in the archives of the juridic person to which they belong, 79 23,1026| stable patrimony of that juridic~person may undergo is to 80 23,1028| of the Church or of the juridic person; (6) keep well ordered 81 23,1028| establishing the rights of the juridic person to its~ecclesiastical 82 23,1035| stable patrimony of the juridic~person, it is required that 83 23,1036| eparchy, for the goods of juridic persons subject to that~ 84 23,1036| the~statutes for goods of juridic persons not subject to the 85 23,1036| permanent synod for goods of a juridic~person subject to an eparchial 86 23,1036| synod for~those goods of a juridic person not subject to an 87 23,1038| economic situation of the juridic person~whose temporal goods 88 23,1042| patrimonial condition of juridic persons can be worsened.~ 89 23,1047| temporal, and established as a juridic person by competent~authority; ( 90 23,1047| given in any manner to a juridic person and carrying~with 91 23,1047| foundation are entrusted to a juridic person subject~to an eparchial 92 23,1047| otherwise they fall to that juridic person.~ 93 23,1048| be validly accepted by a juridic~person, the written consent 94 23,1048| lawfully established~that the juridic person can fulfill the new 95 23,1050| filed in the archive of~the juridic person.~ 96 24,1055| the rights of physical or juridic person, or to declare juridic~ 97 24,1055| juridic person, or to declare juridic~facts; (2) to impose the 98 24,1061| persons who are not bishops or juridic~persons who do not have 99 24,1063| bishops; (2) physical or juridic persons immediately subject 100 24,1066| the temporal goods~of a juridic person represented by the 101 24,1069| Controversies between physical or juridic persons of the~same institute 102 24,1069| arises between physical or juridic~persons of various institutes 103 24,1069| or between a~member and a juridic person of an institute of 104 24,1069| and any other physical or juridic person, the eparchial tribunal~ 105 24,1138| Canon 1138~1. Juridic persons stand trial through 106 24,1138| through another in the name of~juridic persons which are subject 107 25,1205| guardians and administrators of~juridic persons need to consult 108 29,1532| persons,~whether physical or juridic, by means of a special act, 109 29,1534| has been granted to some juridic person or has~been granted 110 29,1534| place or thing; nor is~a juridic person competent to renounce


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