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1 Prel,5 | Canon 5~Acquired rights as well as privileges granted 2 1 | TITLE 1~The Rights and Obligations of All the 3 1,24 | vindicate and defend~the rights which they enjoy in the 4 1,26 | 26~1. In exercising their rights the Christian faithful, 5 1,26 | of the Church and of the rights of others as~well as their 6 1,26 | regulate the exercise of the rights which belong to the Christian 7 4,74 | within two days, he loses all~rights which are acquired by the 8 4,80 | is: (1) to exercise the rights and to fulfill the~obligations 9 4,80 | law; (3) to exercise the rights and to~fulfill the obligations 10 4,101 | the patriarch has the same rights and obligations as an eparchial~ 11 4,106 | due regard always for~the rights of patriarchs, bishops and 12 4,129 | is erected, has the same rights~and obligations as the administrator 13 4,134 | own eparchy has~the same rights and obligations as an eparchial 14 4,137 | define more~precisely the rights and obligations of metropolitans 15 4,138 | Canon 138~The rights and obligations of a metropolitan 16 4,138 | 1084, 3; concerning other rights and obligations, the metropolitan 17 4,139 | metropolitan belong the rights and obligations~mentioned 18 4,150 | Church have all the synodal rights and obligations of the other 19 6,158 | entrusted to him, has the same rights and obligations as an~eparchial 20 6,175 | the hierarch exercises the rights and obligations mentioned 21 7,192 | he is to protect~their rights and see to it that they 22 7,213 | 213~1. In addition to the rights and obligations which are 23 7,213 | permanent synod, determines the rights and obligations of a coadjutor 24 7,213 | is to be granted all the rights and obligations of an eparchial~ 25 7,213 | Church is required. 3. The rights and obligations of auxiliary~ 26 7,216 | to others those episcopal rights and functions which~the 27 7,223 | eparchy: (1) he has the rights and obligations of the administrator 28 7,228 | the~eparchy or episcopal rights. They themselves and all 29 7,229 | the eparchy has the same rights and obligations as the eparchial 30 7,233 | itself, the priest enjoys the rights and obligations of a protosyncellus. 31 7,234 | special reasons. 2. The rights, obligations and privileges 32 7,262 | fully the finance officer's~rights and relationships to the 33 7,282 | arrangements, and what are the rights~and obligations of the members 34 7,287 | determine accurately the rights and~obligations of the moderator, 35 7,299 | of a parish has the same rights and obligations as the pastor 36 7,299 | which can prejudice the rights of the pastor or harm~parish 37 7,302 | vicars are to exercise the rights and obligations of the common 38 7,302 | parochial vicar has the same rights to vacation as~the pastor.~ 39 7,309 | legitimate statutes and acquired rights, the rector of the~church 40 10,337 | election, term in office, rights and obligations~and just 41 10,360 | eparchial bishops~in which the rights and obligations of the cleric 42 10,362 | having preserved all of the~rights which he would have had 43 10,383 | same civil and~political rights as other citizens, nevertheless: ( 44 10,384 | the need to protect the rights of the Church or to promote 45 10,388 | to whom have been granted rights and insignia, which are~ 46 10,395 | the law, loses with it the rights proper to the clerical state~ 47 11,400 | to those obligations and rights which are common to~all 48 11,400 | obligations and~possess the rights which are enumerated in 49 12,414 | to his~judgment. 2. These rights pertain to the patriarch 50 12,414 | presides; otherwise the same rights with~respect to all orders, 51 12,458 | least~ten years. 2. The rights and duties of this director, 52 12,486 | only he himself enjoys the rights and obligations of an eparchial~ 53 12,488 | the transfer he loses all rights~and is released from the 54 12,488 | monastery and takes on the rights and duties of the second, 55 12,543 | pastor he enjoys the same rights and is bound by the same 56 12,545 | remaining in force, the rights and particular obligations 57 12,561 | without prejudice to the rights and obligations determined~ 58 15,595 | required by the fundamental rights of the~human person or the 59 15,616 | person and fundamental human~rights, about family life, social 60 15,628 | make them~aware of their rights and obligations and provide 61 15,666 | the source of patrimonial rights. 2. Under~the protection 62 15,666 | civil laws concerning the rights of authors.~ 63 16,777 | has equal obligations and~rights to those things which pertain 64 16,818 | concerning essential matrimonial rights and~duties which are to 65 16,873 | those who legitimately claim rights concerning the church, and 66 18,908 | dignity and the fundamental rights of the human person,~promotion 67 19,910 | the full use of his or her rights. ~2. In the exercise of 68 19,910 | the exercise of his or her rights, a minor person is under 69 19,920 | subjects in canon law to the rights and obligations~which correspond 70 19,922 | wishes of donors and acquired rights. 3. A juridic~person cannot 71 19,924 | 2) however, if acquired rights of individuals are~affected, 72 19,925 | the exercise of all of the rights of the aggregated~devolves 73 19,926 | in law, the goods and~the rights of a juridic person which 74 19,929 | donors, legitimately acquired~rights and the statutes by which 75 19,930 | donors, legitimately acquired rights and the~statutes by which 76 20,936 | spiritual purpose. 2. The rights and the obligations proper 77 20,974 | authority, with due regard for~rights which may have been acquired 78 23,1019| value, personal or real rights and claims, which belong 79 23,1020| law which safeguard the rights of~the Church. 2. If civil 80 23,1020| authority~is to see that the rights of the Church remain protected 81 23,1022| titles giving him~greater rights. 2. Hierarchs are to see 82 23,1022| and with~due regard for rights, legitimate customs and 83 23,1028| documents establishing the rights of the juridic person to 84 23,1040| be taken to vindicate the rights of the~Church as well as 85 24,1055| prosecute or to vindicate~the rights of physical or juridic person, 86 24,1063| this tribunal has also the rights of a metropolitan tribunal 87 24,1066| the action concerns the rights or the temporal goods~of 88 24,1092| single judge has all the rights of the tribunal and of the~ 89 24,1116| contrary to him, and~thus the rights of the respondent would 90 24,1136| judge decides that their rights are in conflict with the 91 24,1136| are in conflict with the rights~of the parents, guardians 92 24,1136| satisfactorily safeguard the rights of the former, then they 93 24,1165| concerning~those things or those rights which pertain to the public 94 25,1191| free exercise of~personal rights or the free administration 95 25,1278| litigation or on the procedural rights. Such an attempt may be 96 25,1330| who fear damage of their rights from a given definitive~ 97 26,1387| ordination the cleric loses all rights proper to the clerical~state 98 26,1400| observed with due regard to rights and equity.~ ~ 99 27,1430| ministries, functions, rights, privileges, faculties, 100 27,1432| to all or some acts or rights connected~with an office, 101 29,1500| restrict the free exercise of~rights or which contain an exception 102 29,1513| penalties, or restrict the rights of persons, or harm the~ 103 29,1513| persons, or harm the~acquired rights of others, or run counter 104 29,1518| and especially those whose~rights can be injured. 2. The authority 105 30,1542| to prescription are: (1) rights and obligations~which are 106 30,1542| are of the divine law; (2) rights which can be acquired~only 107 30,1542| apostolic privilege; (3) rights and obligations~which directly


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