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   Title, Canon
1 10,394 | legitimate infliction of the penalty of dismissal; (3) by a rescript 2 12,450 | imminent threat of a serious penalty on account of a crime of 3 16,762 | exercise by a~Canonical penalty. (7) a person who holds 4 20,978 | can be inflicted only as a penalty for an~offense.~ ~ 5 24,1055| facts; (2) to impose the penalty for offenses. 2. However, 6 24,1153| An action to execute a penalty is extinguished by prescription 7 24,1153| the same~holds true if the penalty was imposed through an extra-judicial~ 8 24,1172| 2) those bound by the penalty of excommunication, even 9 27,1402| reprobated, a canonical penalty~must be imposed through 10 27,1403| carry by law an~obligatory penalty, the hierarch can abstain 11 27,1403| offense which carries a penalty whose remission is reserved 12 27,1404| not permitted to extend a penalty~from one person to another, 13 27,1405| strengthen~with a suitable penalty divine law or ecclesiastical 14 27,1405| indeterminate or facultative penalty, particular law can establish~ 15 27,1405| determinate or obligatory penalty. 3. Patriarchs and eparchial 16 27,1407| hierarch who can inflict a penalty, the nature of the offense 17 27,1407| offense permits it, the penalty cannot be~imposed unless 18 27,1407| for the imposition of the penalty.~ 19 27,1408| Canon 1408~A penalty does not bind the guilty 20 27,1409| defer the imposition of the~penalty to a more appropriate time, 21 27,1409| abstain from imposing a penalty or impose a lighter~penalty 22 27,1409| penalty or impose a lighter~penalty if the offender has reformed 23 27,1409| obligation of observing the penalty in favor of him who~has 24 27,1409| pressing. The suspended penalty is lifted~entirely if the 25 27,1409| prior offense. 2. If the penalty is indeterminate and the~ 26 27,1411| Canon 1411~No penalty can be imposed after the 27 27,1412| precept is also subject to~the penalty attached to it. 2. If the 28 27,1412| the law or~at least the penalty, it ceases at once irrespective 29 27,1412| had been imposed. 4. The penalty binds the~guilty party everywhere 30 27,1412| one who~has imposed the penalty has lapsed, unless it is 31 27,1413| age is not~subject to any penalty. 2. Those, however, who 32 27,1415| judge must~mitigate the penalty established in law or precept, 33 27,1415| abstain from imposing a penalty if he judges that one can 34 27,1418| offense, is not held by the penalty~established for the consummated 35 27,1418| punished by an appropriate penalty,~especially if it resulted 36 27,1418| harm. ~Nevertheless, the penalty is to be more lenient than 37 27,1418| initiated offense is free~of any penalty if no harm or scandal ensued 38 27,1419| precept, can also remit the penalty imposed in virtue of the 39 27,1420| Canon 1420~1. A penalty imposed in virtue of common 40 27,1420| trial or has~imposed the penalty by decree; (2) the hierarch 41 27,1420| provides~otherwise. 3. A penalty, however, imposed by the 42 27,1420| unless the remitting~of the penalty is delegated to the patriarch 43 27,1421| 1421~The remitting of a penalty extorted by force, grave 44 27,1422| Canon 1422~1. A penalty can be remitted even if 45 27,1422| petition for remission of the penalty or~the remission itself 46 27,1423| others the remitting of any penalty, the~synod of bishops of 47 27,1424| 1424~1. The remission of a penalty cannot be granted unless 48 27,1424| is competent to remit the~penalty, these conditions have been 49 27,1424| considering the~nature of the penalty.~ 50 27,1426| Canon 1426~1. Unless another penalty is provided in the law, 51 27,1430| authority~that establishes the penalty, or of the hierarch who 52 27,1431| the decree by which this penalty is~imposed must determine 53 27,1432| authority that imposes the penalty or of the hierarch who initiated~ 54 27,1435| Canon 1435~1. If the penalty forbids the reception of 55 27,1435| danger of death. 2. If the penalty forbids the administration 56 27,1436| punished with an appropriate penalty.~ 57 27,1438| punished~with an appropriate penalty, not excluding a major excommunication.~ 58 27,1439| punished with an appropriate penalty.~ 59 27,1440| punished with an appropriate penalty.~ 60 27,1443| punished with an appropriate penalty, not~excluding a major excommunication.~ 61 27,1444| punished~with an appropriate penalty.~ 62 27,1445| punished with an appropriate penalty, not excluding deposition, 63 27,1445| punished with~an appropriate penalty.~ 64 27,1446| delinquent with an~appropriate penalty.~ 65 27,1447| punished with an appropriate penalty, not excluding a major~excommunication, 66 27,1447| punished with an appropriate penalty.~ 67 27,1448| punished with an appropriate penalty. 2. One who joins an~organization 68 27,1448| punished~with an appropriate penalty.~ 69 27,1449| punished with an appropriate penalty.~ 70 27,1451| punished with an appropriate penalty, not excluding a major~excommunication.~ 71 27,1453| punished with an appropriate penalty if~he or she committed these 72 27,1454| punished with an appropriate penalty, not excluding a major excommunication, 73 27,1455| punished with an appropriate penalty.~ 74 27,1456| punished with an appropriate penalty. ~2. One who has attempted 75 27,1459| punished with an appropriate penalty.~ 76 27,1460| punished with~an appropriate penalty, not excluding a major excommunication,~ 77 27,1461| punished with an appropriate penalty, not excluding a major excommunication.~ 78 27,1462| punished with an appropriate~penalty, not excluding a major excommunication.~ 79 27,1463| punished with an~appropriate penalty, likewise the person who 80 27,1464| punished with an appropriate penalty, not excluding their deprivation, 81 27,1464| deprivation, unless another penalty has been established in 82 27,1464| punished with an appropriate penalty.~ 83 27,1465| punished with an appropriate penalty.~ 84 27,1466| punished with an appropriate~penalty.~ 85 27,1467| obligations imposed by an penalty can be~punished with a heavier 86 27,1467| punished with a heavier penalty.~ 87 28,1469| the process for imposing a penalty is to be used and if~he 88 28,1481| absolved, solely because the penalty was facultative~or because 89 28,1486| of the decree by which a penalty is imposed, it is required 90 28,1486| and in law on which the penalty is based. 2. However~the 91 28,1487| against the decree by which a penalty is imposed~can be made to 92 29,1497| or error about a law, a~penalty, a fact concerning oneself, 93 29,1500| 1500~Laws which establish a penalty or restrict the free exercise


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