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106 least
106 matter
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102 subject
101 provided
101 well
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    Title, Canon
1 3,49 | without its head, is also the subject of~supreme and full power 2 4,89 | the cleric is immediately subject and, if the~warning is in 3 4,89 | of the same; he can also subject the cleric immediately to 4 4,89 | bishop to whom the cleric is subject or, in the case of a religious 5 4,90 | the eparchial bishop and subject immediately to himself a 6 4,122 | patriarchal finance~officer and subject it to its own examination.~ 7 7,187 | those matters in which he is subject to the patriarch~according 8 7,194 | confer dignities upon clerics subject to~them, others excluded, 9 7,204 | episcopal ordination and subject to that same metropolitan.~ 10 7,205 | boundaries of the eparchy are subject to the canonical visitation 11 7,270 | episcopal ordination, who is subject to the same metropolitan, 12 8,315 | the exarchy and must be subject in all things to the authority 13 10,336 | to several eparchies is subject to the~hierarch designated 14 10,341 | Even religious houses are subject to the assessments for the 15 10,386 | outside his own eparchy is subject to the eparchial~bishop 16 11,408 | Lay persons are fully subject to ecclesiastical authority 17 12,412 | 412~1. All religious are subject to the Roman Pontiff as 18 12,412 | the eparchial~bishop and subject them to him alone or to 19 12,413 | Religious institutes are subject with respect to internal 20 12,413 | right, they are~directly subject to the patriarch or eparchial 21 12,415 | 415~1. All religious are subject to the authority of the 22 12,417 | institute is~immediately subject.~ 23 12,419 | which~they are immediately subject at least every five years, 24 12,420 | determined in them of all~houses subject to them in person or through 25 12,426 | religious, whether superior or subject, is obliged~not only to 26 12,429 | receive~from them, are not subject to any inspection.~ 27 12,431 | congregation, and is~not subject to the authority of the 28 12,431 | the superiors, and remains subject in virtue of the vow of 29 12,436 | the~monastery sui iuris is subject and of the eparchial bishop 30 12,439 | Several monasteries sui iuris subject to the same eparchial~bishop 31 12,441 | authority to which~they are subject, without prejudice to can. 32 12,477 | grave reason, into parts subject to the enclosure persons 33 12,477 | The parts of the monastery subject to the~law of enclosure 34 12,478 | to whom the monastery is subject.~ 35 12,486 | stauropegial monastery is directly subject to the patriarch in such 36 12,486 | connected with the monastery are subject directly and exclusively 37 12,487 | monastery to another monastery subject to the~same authority, the 38 12,487 | the transfer is sought is subject~to another authority, the 39 12,489 | to~whom the monastery is subject after hearing the superior 40 12,490 | to which the monastery is subject, at the request of the superior 41 12,491 | and~passive voice and is subject to the eparchial bishop 42 12,497 | monastery is immediately subject of this as~soon as possible.~ 43 12,498 | to which the monastery is subject. 3. A member~expelled from 44 12,498 | to whom the~monastery is subject has decided otherwise.~ 45 12,500 | monastery is immediately subject.~ 46 12,524 | this is necessary, who are subject to the director in~everything 47 12,524 | same way as the novices, is subject to the superior. 4. The~ 48 12,543 | of his office. He remains subject to the superior in matters 49 12,543 | as~other pastors, and is subject in the same way to the eparchial~ 50 12,548 | order or congregation is subject having heard the~superior 51 12,552 | order or congregation is subject. 2. In~deciding about the 52 12,555 | members of these societies are subject to the Roman Pontiff~as 53 12,564 | the secular institutes are subject to the Roman~Pontiff as 54 13,577 | 1. Every association is subject to the vigilance of the 55 15,636 | in any school whatever is subject to~the authority and vigilance 56 16,748 | cannot ordain a candidate subject~to him who is enrolled in 57 16,755 | occult, can forbid a deacon subject to him who is~destined for 58 16,781 | to which the parties were subject~at the time of the celebration 59 16,794 | of the Christian faithful subject to him wherever they are~ 60 16,795 | dispense the Christian faithful subject to him wherever they are 61 16,796 | dispense the~Christian faithful subject to him wherever they are 62 16,829 | one of the parties is a subject. 3. By the law itself, the~ 63 19,915 | whose power he or she is subject. After passing beyond infancy 64 23,1012| a tax on juridic persons subject to his authority and which 65 23,1015| of the authority they are subject to and without the~written 66 23,1024| juridic person is immediately subject to determine those~acts, 67 23,1034| in the matters which are subject to the power of the~Church.~ 68 23,1036| goods of juridic persons subject to that~eparchial bishop; ( 69 23,1036| goods of juridic persons not subject to the eparchial bishop. 70 23,1036| goods of a juridic~person subject to an eparchial bishop who 71 23,1036| of a juridic person not subject to an eparchial~bishop, 72 23,1047| entrusted to a juridic person subject~to an eparchial bishop, 73 24,1063| juridic persons immediately subject to~the patriarch; (3) institutes 74 24,1068| of the Christian faithful subject to one or other~of these 75 24,1080| to whom the tribunal is subject consent.~ 76 24,1107| tribunal is immediately subject, with due regard for can. 77 24,1138| juridic persons which are subject to his power.~ 78 24,1141| tribunal is~immediately subject permits otherwise, must 79 24,1146| tribunal is immediately subject if~it happens again and 80 24,1163| tribunal is~immediately subject, provided that such authority 81 24,1182| writing that it would be subject to~such a remedy; in which 82 25,1229| rendered, as~regards matters subject to this secrecy; (2) persons 83 25,1265| directly connected~with the subject matter of the controversy.~ 84 25,1337| suspend its execution or subject it to a~safeguard.~ 85 25,1340| the appellate~tribunal is subject, at the request of an interested 86 26,1372| from a document which is subject to no contradiction or exception 87 26,1385| the hierarch to whom he is subject, or the~hierarch in whose 88 27,1412| law or a precept is also subject to~the penalty attached 89 27,1413| fourteenth year of age is not~subject to any penalty. 2. Those, 90 27,1414| Canon 1414~1. Only those are subject to penalties who have violated 91 27,1430| titles, insignia, which are subject to the power of the authority~ 92 27,1432| except from acts which are subject to the power of the authority 93 27,1437| authority of the~Church, or who subject to it refuses communion 94 29,1492| Church, in which the~passive subject is not expressly indicated, 95 29,1500| exception to the law are subject to a~strict interpretation.~ 96 29,1502| it entirely re-orders the subject matter of the former law. 97 29,1538| processes~or penalties, are not subject to dispensation.~ 98 29,1539| Christian faithful who are subject to~him according to the 99 29,1539| Christian faithful who are subject to him according to the 100 30,1542| Canon 1542~Not subject to prescription are: (1) 101 30,1542| authority~and are no longer subject to any ecclesiastical authority.~ 102 30,1544| understood as that which is subject to no~interruption. 2. Available


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