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    Title, Canon
1 Prel,6 | Code~or which pertain to a matter ex integro regulated in 2 3,48 | law or the nature of the matter indicates otherwise, dicasteries 3 4,72 | patriarchal Church, the matter devolves to the Roman Pontiff.~ 4 4,78 | unless the nature of the~matter or the common or particular 5 4,85 | Church is to resolve the~matter or defer it to the Roman 6 4,95 | transgress in a~certain matter, after having consulted 7 4,95 | effect, he is to~defer the matter to the Roman Pontiff.~ 8 4,100 | permanent synod. If the matter is urgent and does~not permit 9 4,106 | members request it for a given matter, with due regard always 10 4,116 | permanent synod must decide a matter which affects~the person 11 4,119 | Canon 119~If a certain matter belonging to the competence 12 4,119 | held, the decision on this matter is reserved to the permanent 13 4,142 | patriarch issues a~decree on the matter.~ 14 4,146 | Church is to investigate the matter, having heard from the superior 15 4,146 | and, having discussed the matter in the same synod, to direct 16 4,148 | who, after discussing the matter in the synod of bishops 17 5,152 | evident from the nature of the matter.~ 18 6,167 | which common law~remits the matter to the particular law of 19 7,182 | information, transmits the matter to all~the members of the 20 7,186 | the patriarch defers the~matter to the Apostolic See.~ 21 7,193 | who are concerned in the matter and, if they are in agreement, 22 7,193 | whatever, disagree, the matter~is to be referred to the 23 7,204 | immediately to defer the matter to the Roman Pontiff. In 24 7,229 | evident from the nature of the matter.~ 25 7,237 | bishop issues a~decree on the matter.~ 26 7,306 | pastor~consents or, if the matter warrants it, delegates the 27 8,313 | evident from the nature of the matter.~ 28 10,397 | obligation; in other cases the~matter is to be deferred to the 29 12,417 | is obliged to defer the matter without delay~to the attention 30 12,425 | otherwise from the nature of the matter.~ 31 12,427 | otherwise from the nature of the matter.~ 32 12,498 | law, or shall defer the matter to~the authority to which 33 12,501 | the acts collected in the matter to this~tribunal and the 34 12,554 | apparent from the nature of the matter.~ 35 12,557 | against the nature~of the matter.~ 36 12,561 | certain from the nature of the matter, without prejudice to the 37 15,666 | detailed~norms about this matter may be issued in the particular 38 16,671 | danger of death or another matter of serious necessity~in 39 16,696 | Churches sui iuris in this matter.~ 40 16,703 | specific norms concerning this~matter which are to be observed 41 16,788 | the pastor is to defer the~matter to the local hierarch.~ 42 16,861 | Canon 861~In a doubtful matter the privilege of the faith 43 16,891 | substantial change in the~matter promised or when the condition 44 16,892 | person who has power over the matter of a vow can suspend its~ 45 20,943 | promise of an office, no matter by~whom it is made, has 46 21,986 | territory, provided it is a matter of granting~favors or of 47 21,990 | further in treating the matter. 3. ~When several persons 48 21,995 | evident from~the nature of the matter, also for the power spoken 49 24,1084| in other instances, the matter is to be~referred to the 50 24,1087| tribunal; in other cases, the matter is to be referred to the 51 24,1088| bishop provides for the matter. 3. If the~judicial vicar 52 24,1095| necessary from the nature of the matter. 2. ~If the promoter of 53 24,1110| Canon 1110~1. In a matter which concerns private individuals 54 24,1119| judge must deal with the matter. 2. In the~case of an exception 55 24,1121| The exceptions that the matter has become res iudicata 56 24,1127| particular law concerning this matter.~ 57 24,1153| sentence became an adjudged matter (res iudicata). 2. All~other 58 24,1163| likewise shall determine the matter most expeditiously.~ 59 24,1165| involved, provided that if the matter so~requires, the formalities 60 24,1168| agree in writing~to have the matter resolved by arbitrators. 61 24,1174| any party may entrust the~matter to the tribunal that is 62 24,1174| the party which brings the matter to the~tribunal which designated 63 24,1175| parties, shall resolve the matter by~decree; if it upholds 64 24,1177| then becomes an adjudged matter (res iudicata),~or, if it 65 24,1179| majority vote. ~2. If the matter allows it, the sentence 66 24,1181| appeal tribunal where the matter is to be resolved most expeditiously; 67 24,1181| which is to resolve the matter most expeditiously. 3. ~ 68 24,1181| sentence~becomes an adjudged matter (res iudicata) as soon as 69 24,1182| receive the appeal, the matter is to be brought before 70 24,1182| admitted becomes an adjudged matter (res iudicata) according~ 71 24,1183| which has become an adjudged matter (res iudicata), the opposition 72 25,1188| recognized both that the matter is within his competence 73 25,1208| judge~is to determine the matter most expeditiously.~ 74 25,1216| any party regarding the matter under trial and~made before 75 25,1217| question of some private matter and the public~good is not 76 25,1240| admitted, especially when~the matter concerns the private good. 77 25,1241| with a party in a~serious matter the judge can bring them 78 25,1248| touch directly upon the matter of the~trial. 2. Use of 79 25,1265| connected~with the subject matter of the controversy.~ 80 25,1270| given the seriousness of the~matter. 2. But if it must be resolved 81 25,1270| the tribunal~may turn the matter over to the auditor or to 82 25,1278| not agree either on the~matter of litigation or on the 83 25,1291| certitude regarding the matter to~be settled by the sentence. 84 25,1310| provides for settlement of the matter most~expeditiously (expeditissime).~ 85 25,1318| all of them whenever the matter sought is~indivisible or 86 25,1341| executing it,~refer the matter to the tribunal which issued 87 25,1350| substance of the controverted matter, and they must be signed 88 25,1354| of the difficulty of the matter or for another just cause. ~ 89 26,1376| unless the~nature of the matter precludes it; however, the 90 26,1386| unless the nature~of the matter precludes this; the canons 91 26,1391| bishop is to discuss the matter~with two pastors from the 92 26,1394| has any; (2) consider the matter~with the same pastors mentioned 93 26,1394| promptly issue a decree on the~matter.~ 94 27,1404| Canon 1404~1. In the matter of penalties, the more benign 95 27,1422| be remitted even if the matter is unknown, or~even under 96 27,1455| document in an ecclesiastical matter, or who changed, destroyed~ 97 28,1468| cannot act as a judge in the matter,~if a penal trial is set 98 28,1469| decides anything in the~matter, the hierarch is to hear 99 28,1471| indicated by the nature of the matter, the canons on trials~in 100 29,1489| because of the nature of the matter~they bind immediately or 101 29,1491| clear from the nature of the matter. 2. Without~prejudice to 102 29,1498| administrative act in a particular matter does not have the force~ 103 29,1501| 1501~Unless it is penal matter, if an express prescription 104 29,1501| lacking in some particular~matter, the case is to be decided 105 29,1502| entirely re-orders the subject matter of the former law. 2. ~A 106 29,1506| clear from the nature of the~matter.~


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