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    Title, Canon
1 3,50 | so~that a truly collegial act results. 3. It is for the 2 4,90 | permanent synod, in the act of~establishment itself, 3 4,99 | greater importance that they act after consultation with 4 4,100 | episcopal ordination, will act in their place in the~case.~ 5 4,121 | who with the patriarch~act in lieu of the permanent 6 7,186 | for the validity of the act the services of~two episcopal 7 7,193 | if they are in agreement, act by their~own authority and 8 7,215 | their office so that they act in unanimous agreement with 9 7,248 | special mandate, by~which the act is null if the required 10 7,249 | treated and they are never to act contrary to his will~or 11 7,269 | presbyteral council can never~act without the eparchial bishop, 12 7,271 | otherwise the college cannot act validly. 4. The members 13 8,319 | eparchial consultors in order to act.~ 14 10,346 | use freedom~wisely and to act unaided and diligently.~ 15 12,436 | according to their own act~of erection or to the decree 16 12,486 | stauropegial monastery in the very act of~foundation of a monastery 17 12,529 | disposing of goods by an~act effective during life. 3. 18 15,597 | proclaims with a definitive act that a doctrine~of faith 19 15,599 | proclaim it with a definitive act; therefore the Christian 20 16,668 | for this and through an act approved by the authority 21 16,711 | the person should make an act~of perfect condition, including 22 16,721 | person take~care to make an act of contrition is to precede 23 16,722 | case. 3. For presbyters to~act validly, they must be previously 24 16,762 | person who has performed an act of orders which has been 25 16,763 | committed a crime or an act which is mentioned in can. 26 16,796 | whether within or outside the act of sacramental confession. 27 16,817 | Matrimonial consent is an act of the will by which a man 28 16,824 | parties through a positive act of the~will should exclude 29 16,844 | of consent must be a new act of the will concerning a~ 30 19,931 | the validity of a juridic act it is required that it be~ 31 19,931 | for the validity of~the act. 2. A juridic act correctly 32 19,931 | of~the act. 2. A juridic act correctly placed with respect 33 19,932 | Canon 932~1. An act placed because of extrinsic 34 19,932 | considered null. 2. A juridic act placed because of~grave 35 19,932 | other provision; but~such an act can be rescinded by the 36 19,933 | Canon 933~A juridic act placed because of ignorance 37 19,933 | provision. However, a juridic act~placed out of ignorance 38 19,934 | order to place a juridic act~a superior requires the 39 19,934 | however, for such a juridic act to be valid it is required 40 19,934 | the superior should not act~contrary to it, especially 41 19,935 | upon someone by a juridic~act, or indeed by any other 42 19,935 | or indeed by any other act placed with malice or culpability, 43 20,940 | competent authority which must act observing~equity.~ 44 20,953 | incapable of~placing a human act; (2) who lacks active voice; ( 45 21,988 | delegated either for a~single act or for all cases, unless 46 21,988 | subdelegated, whether for a single act~or for all cases, unless 47 21,988 | is delegated for a single act or for a determined act 48 21,988 | act or for a determined act it cannot~be subdelegated 49 21,992 | appended to~the grant. 2. An act of delegated power which 50 22,997 | bishop; against those who act by delegated power,~recourse 51 23,1024| An administrator cannot act validly beyond the limits 52 23,1043| pious causes either by an~act which becomes effective 53 23,1044| pious causes whether by an act that becomes effective~during 54 23,1046| pious causes whether by an act made during life or at death,~ 55 23,1054| approached; but the latter may act only with the consent of 56 24,1055| which have arisen from an act of executive power of~governance 57 24,1060| A judge cannot review an act or~document explicitly ( 58 24,1062| raised,~the patriarch is to act in like manner with the 59 24,1105| same case as a judge or act as an assessor in another 60 24,1113| revelation of some procedural~act. 2. They are also always 61 24,1124| extinguishing the right to~act cannot be extended nor validly 62 24,1125| consideration the nature of each act.~ 63 24,1126| scheduled for a judicial act~the time limit is extended 64 24,1132| notary are to attest that the act has been read to the party~ 65 24,1134| whether baptized or not, can act in a trial; however, the~ 66 24,1136| use of reason, they can act and respond without the 67 24,1136| all other cases they must~act and respond through their 68 24,1140| advocates can be appointed to act together.~ 69 25,1186| require the notary to put~the act into writing, which is to 70 25,1201| impediment, if no procedural act is proposed by the~parties 71 25,1278| itself, an attempt~is the act, while a suit is pending, 72 25,1281| can decree that a given act is not to be shown to anyone, 73 25,1300| expressed in some other act.~ 74 25,1304| it is based on a judicial act which is null and whose 75 26,1394| order for the latter to act validly, he is to: ~(1) 76 27,1414| that it was a deliberate act, until the contrary is~proven. 77 27,1435| sacramentals or the placing of an act or~governance, the prohibition 78 27,1458| 1458~A priest who in the act or on the occasion or under 79 27,1464| unlawfully~placed or omitted an act of ecclesiastical authority, 80 28,1468| process; this person cannot act as a judge in the matter,~ 81 29,1495| expressly state that an act is null or that~a person 82 29,1498| sentence or an~administrative act in a particular matter does 83 29,1512| Canon 1511~An administrative act has effect from the moment 84 29,1512| application of the administrative act is~entrusted to an executor, 85 29,1513| 1512~1. An administrative act is to be understood in accord 86 29,1514| 1513~1. No administrative act is revoked by a contrary 87 29,1514| issued the administrative act. 2. Unless it is expressly 88 29,1514| the~law, an administrative act does not cease with the 89 29,1514| revocation of~an administrative act by means of another administrative 90 29,1514| of another administrative act of~competent authority takes 91 29,1514| moment at which~the latter act has been made known to the 92 29,1515| Canon 1514~An administrative act which deals with the external 93 29,1515| likewise, if the administrative act is issued in commissorial 94 29,1515| in commissorial form, its act of execution is to be in 95 29,1516| Canon 1515~An administrative act, even in the case of a rescript 96 29,1522| executor of an administrative act cannot validly carry out~ 97 29,1522| issued the administrative act.~ 98 29,1523| executor of an administrative act to whom only the task~of 99 29,1523| is quite clear that the act itself is null, or that 100 29,1523| attached to the administrative act itself have not been fulfilled. ~ 101 29,1523| execution of the administrative act would appear~to be inopportune, 102 29,1523| authority who issued the act. 2. If, in a rescript, the 103 29,1524| executor of an administrative act must proceed in accordance~ 104 29,1524| for the validity of~the act attached to the mandate 105 29,1525| executor of an administrative act can, with prudent judgment,~ 106 29,1526| Canon 1525~An administrative act can also be executed by 107 29,1527| execution of an administrative~act, the executor may execute 108 29,1532| juridic, by means of a special act, can be~granted by the legislator 109 30,1544| is unaware or unable to act.~


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