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    Title, Canon
1 2,32 | Apostolic See is presumed, provided that the eparchial bishops 2 4,62 | appropriate to his title he be provided with the~means for his support, 3 4,84 | especially in the assemblies provided by law, with the patriarchs 4 4,89 | due regard for can. 430,~provided that he receives the written 5 4,96 | prayers and pious exercises, provided that they~are consonant 6 4,113 | its~statutes in which are provided a secretary of the synod, 7 4,150 | in their own eparchies, provided they do not exceed their 8 6,169 | the~Christian faithful are provided for, and, concerning these 9 6,171 | Apostolic See, in which are provided a secretary for~the council, 10 7,181 | 947-957, unless otherwise provided in common law. 2. Other~ 11 7,192 | if they are married, be provided~with adequate support, appropriate 12 7,211 | and dignified support is provided for eparchial bishops emeriti, 13 7,220 | patriarch, unless~otherwise provided by the particular law of 14 7,221 | eparchy,~unless otherwise provided by the Apostolic See, transfers 15 7,222 | 222~The coadjutor bishop, provided that he has already taken 16 7,230 | Unless otherwise lawfully provided: (1) the administrator of 17 7,232 | eparchial consultors have provided otherwise. 2. ~For the resignation 18 7,233 | bishop, unless otherwise provided by the~patriarch with consent 19 7,241 | immediately unless expressly provided~otherwise.~ 20 7,248 | unless otherwise expressly provided or for which the eparchial~ 21 7,263 | equivalent process is already provided by the particular law of 22 7,267 | eparchy. 2. To the extent provided in the statutes, active 23 7,309 | furnishings and buildings are provided for and that nothing whatever 24 8,313 | unless otherwise expressly~provided or otherwise evident from 25 10,332 | efforts, instruction is~provided for which nothing is left 26 10,381 | Church especially in ways~provided by the law.~ 27 10,390 | been otherwise sufficiently~provided, is to be taken into account. 28 10,390 | the~right that there be provided for themselves as well as 29 11,409 | health benefits be duly provided.~ 30 12,452 | unless the monastery has provided~otherwise for this.~ 31 12,514 | statutes. 3. It shall be provided in suitable~norms of the 32 12,528 | it is otherwise expressly~provided in the statutes.~ 33 12,534 | profession, except if otherwise provided by common law;~(2) the major 34 12,534 | cession of his or her goods, provided that it is done~prudently; ( 35 14,588 | 30; however, it has to be~provided that nothing stands in the 36 14,591 | the catechists is to be provided by particular law.~ 37 16,671 | advantage suggests it and provided~that the danger of error 38 16,671 | request them on their own, provided they manifest~a faith consonant 39 16,724 | institute of consecrated life, provided he is endowed~with the executive 40 16,781 | celebration of the marriage, provided that the~consent be expressed 41 16,797 | the local hierarch and, provided the~case is occult, all 42 16,829 | subjects or~non-subjects, provided that at least one of the 43 16,845 | aware of the impediment, provided the~other party perseveres 44 16,846 | consented now gives consent, provided the consent given by the 45 16,850 | marriage can be sanated provided the consent of~each party 46 16,854 | party who has been baptized, provided the~non-baptized party departs. 47 16,876 | ecclesiastical funeral, provided that it does not obscure 48 16,893 | private vow for a~just reason provided the dispensation does not 49 17,901 | the necessary adaptations, provided they have been~validly baptized.~ 50 20,937 | carry out the office is provided for. 2. The particular law 51 20,940 | is null only if this is provided~in the law; otherwise it 52 20,944 | illegitimately can be conferred provided that according to the norm~ 53 20,944 | possession is not canonical and~provided that this declaration is 54 20,948 | the competent authority, provided that according to the norm 55 20,961 | unless something else is~provided by the law.~ 56 20,977 | suitable time, unless it is provided~otherwise.~ 57 21,982 | unless otherwise expressly provided in the grant of faculties 58 21,985 | unless otherwise explicitly provided for in the common law; a 59 21,986 | present in his territory, provided it is a matter of granting~ 60 23,1031| an account, in the manner provided for by particular~law, of 61 23,1052| See. 2. If it is expressly~provided for in the articles of the 62 23,1052| diminishment of income continues, provided that there is no one~who 63 23,1054| their goods to pious causes, provided~such power has been expressly 64 24,1075| forum of the~petitioner provided no other legitimate forum 65 24,1113| opportunity for discord is provided or scandal or some other 66 24,1142| presentation of the mandate provided that~some suitable security 67 24,1155| actions~at the same time provided they do not conflict among 68 24,1159| admitted as security for~credit provided the right of the creditor 69 24,1163| necessary maintenance is provided, without prejudice~to the 70 24,1163| is~immediately subject, provided that such authority is not 71 24,1165| temporal goods are involved, provided that if the matter so~requires, 72 24,1166| Unless otherwise expressly provided, each party is to pay one~ 73 24,1174| designate an arbitrator, provided that the party which brings 74 24,1175| to be~substituted, unless provided otherwise in the compromise 75 25,1194| interrupted unless otherwise provided; (5) the litigation begins 76 25,1203| operative in another instance~provided that the case involves the 77 25,1248| tape recorder is allowed provided that,~afterwards, the answers 78 25,1251| reexamination necessary~or useful, provided, however, that there is 79 25,1283| hearing~the parties and provided that there exists a serious 80 25,1304| was legitimately absent as provided for~in can. 1273, 2. 2. 81 25,1326| has become a res iudicata provided that there is clear proof 82 26,1359| petitioner has a domicile, provided that both parties live in 83 26,1359| proofs~are to be collected provided that the judicial vicar 84 26,1372| marriage required by law, provided that it is clear with equal~ 85 26,1378| unless otherwise legally~provided for in particular places, 86 26,1392| submitted conditionally provided~that this can be legitimately 87 27,1409| harm has been adequately provided, or if the guilty party~ 88 27,1410| because of the punishment is provided for in the best way possible, 89 27,1412| unless it is expressly provided otherwise in common law.~ 90 27,1413| reformation can be better provided for~otherwise.~ 91 27,1426| Unless another penalty is provided in the law, according to~ 92 28,1481| of justice has not been provided sufficiently.~ 93 29,1491| governance, unless otherwise provided by~law or is clear from 94 29,1504| divine law and unless it is provided otherwise in~ 95 29,1514| contrary law, unless~it is provided otherwise in the law itself 96 29,1514| Unless it is expressly provided otherwise in the~law, an 97 29,1517| vernacular (e.g.,~if, unless, provided that).~ 98 29,1530| not invalidate a rescript provided that those things were expressed 99 29,1530| not invalidate a rescript provided that at least one of the 100 29,1539| to the norm~of the law, provided that is concerns a dispensation 101 30,1543| unless otherwise expressly provided by law.~


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