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    Title, Canon
1 Prel,4 | continue in force in~their present form not withstanding any 2 4,66 | patriarchal Church to be present in the~room during the election 3 4,68 | the grave obligation to be present at the election. 2. If a 4 4,68 | upon by the bishops who are present in the designated place~ 5 4,69 | bishops who are obliged to be present at the~synod of bishops 6 4,69 | legitimate impediment, are present at the designated location, 7 4,70 | who is elected by those present in the first session is 8 4,71 | particular law. 2. ~All who are present at the synod are bound to 9 4,92 | apostles Peter and Paul and~present himself to the successor 10 4,104 | Church. The~bishops who are present in the designated place 11 4,107 | attend~the same synod is present. 2. With due regard for 12 4,108 | one-third of the members~present at the synod consent.~ 13 4,117 | members of the synod who were present~at the synod must sign the 14 4,148 | bishop of those faithful~and present his letter of appointment. 15 6,165 | serious obligation to be present at the council, except those 16 6,165 | deliberative vote and who~are present in the designated location 17 6,165 | none of those who must be present can leave unless for a just 18 6,166 | bishops who are obliged~to be present, are present. 2. The council 19 6,166 | obliged~to be present, are present. 2. The council of hierarchs 20 6,166 | deliberative vote and who are present.~ 21 7,177 | Church of Christ is truly present and operative. 2. ~In the 22 7,183 | the patriarchal Church are present in the designated place, 23 7,183 | majority of the votes of those present is required;~after three 24 7,196 | eparchial bishop is bound to present and explain to the~Christian 25 7,210 | office, is requested to~present his resignation from office. 26 7,214 | chancellor of the curia must be present at the presentation~of the 27 7,238 | eparchial assembly~and must be present for it: (1) the coadjutor 28 7,239 | Canon 239~Those who must be present at the eparchial assembly, 29 8,318 | by the~Roman Pontiff must present the same report to the Apostolic 30 15,625 | reasons catechesis should present the correct image of other 31 15,626 | own; they are therefore to present the entire doctrine of the 32 15,640 | the Christian view-point present by promoting a deeper study 33 15,647 | problems in its light, and to present these matters to the people~ 34 16,684 | longer~an infant; or to present the infant to be baptized 35 16,711 | unless a serious~reason is present and there is no opportunity 36 16,721 | grave~sins which at the present time cannot be confessed. 37 16,725 | any sin, even if there is present a priest endowed~with the 38 16,733 | an interpreter if one is present,~and also all others, to 39 16,794 | Church sui iuris~actually present within the territorial boundaries 40 16,795 | Church sui iuris actually present within the~territorial boundaries 41 16,796 | Christian faithful actually present within the territorial~boundaries 42 16,832 | 832~1. If one cannot have present or have access to a priest 43 16,832 | non-Catholic one, is able to be present, inasmuch as it is possible~ 44 16,837 | necessary that~the parties be present at the same time and mutually 45 16,893 | sui iuris while they are present within the territorial boundaries 46 16,893 | parish;~(3) for those who are present day and night in a house 47 19,924 | who must be summoned are present, is decided by an absolute 48 19,924 | majority of those who are present; when the~votes are equal, 49 19,934 | absolute majority of those present be obtained or that the 50 19,934 | the counsel of~all who are present be sought, taking into account 51 20,948 | overlooked were in fact present.~ 52 20,949 | according to the~Canons, those present on the day and in the place 53 20,949 | If one of the electors is present in the house in which the~ 54 20,949 | takes place but cannot be present for the election because 55 20,956 | have to be convoked are present, receives an absolute~majority 56 20,956 | majority of those who are present, or, after two indecisive 57 21,986 | over travelers actually~present in his territory, provided 58 23,1031| ecclesiastical goods is to present an~annual report on his 59 24,1062| case, or is unable to be present, the patriarch with~the 60 24,1093| mandate of the judge and to present them to him; unless~the 61 24,1097| cited, they were actually present,~or, at least before the 62 24,1098| to be heard if they are present in court; (2) as often as~ 63 24,1098| same force when they are present in the court.~ 64 24,1101| 1101~1. A notary is to be present during each procedure so 65 24,1129| those persons are to be present in court whom the law or 66 24,1135| nevertheless bound to be present~in person at the trial when 67 24,1137| appointed by civil authority is~present, this person can be admitted 68 24,1137| guardian or curator is not present or does not appear admissible,~ 69 24,1142| their function,~they must present an authentic mandate to 70 25,1185| bring another to court must present a introductory libellus 71 25,1188| a new~libellus and again present it to the same judge. 4. 72 25,1190| must respond in writing or present themselves personally before 73 25,1190| litigating parties de facto present themselves before the judge 74 25,1190| acts that the parties were present for the~trial.~ 75 25,1198| parties suitable time to present and complete proofs.~ 76 25,1199| cited the procurator if~present or otherwise the heir or 77 25,1214| defender of the bond~can present to the judge items on which 78 25,1217| unless other elements are present~which thoroughly corroborate 79 25,1242| or the advocates who are present at the questioning~have 80 25,1262| case if necessary and be~present at the discharging of the 81 25,1262| more-over they can always present their own report.~ 82 25,1273| 1. If the respondent is present in court later or responds 83 25,1276| conclusion of the case must present to the judge a libellus 84 25,1276| period of time assigned~to present proofs if the case has reached 85 25,1286| parties are permitted to present rejoinders within a short 86 25,1288| Canon 1288~A notary is to be present at the oral debate mentioned 87 25,1292| college of judges can be present. 2. On the day assigned 88 25,1347| thirty days, all who must be~present at it; the judge is to attach 89 25,1347| be informed that they can present to the tribunal~a brief 90 25,1349| his or her~advocate can be present at the examination of the 91 26,1364| have the~right: (1) to be present at the examination of the 92 26,1365| 1365~Unless full proofs are present from other sources, in evaluating~ 93 26,1391| proven that a~reason is present, the eparchial bishop is 94 27,1415| canonical doctrine~there is present an extenuating circumstance, 95 27,1439| the place of parents, who present~children to be baptized 96 28,1472| promoter of justice who is to present a libellus of accusation 97 28,1486| of justice and a notary~present; (3) there be set forth 98 29,1491| territory in which they are~present with the exception of those 99 29,1491| the place where they are present. 4. Transients~are bound 100 29,1491| the place where~they are present.~ 101 29,1518| public or private injury, and present the arguments from both~ 102 29,1521| destined and by having all present sign an instrument~stating 103 29,1540| for travelers actually present in his territory.~


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