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1 1 | TITLE 1~The Rights and Obligations of All the Christian Faithful~ 2 1,26 | others as~well as their own obligations toward others. 2. In the 3 4,80 | rights and to fulfill the~obligations of a metropolitan in all 4 4,80 | rights and to~fulfill the obligations of a metropolitan in the 5 4,95 | Canon 95~1. The obligations of eparchial bishops which 6 4,95 | due regard for the other~obligations of individual bishops. 2. 7 4,101 | has the same rights and obligations as an eparchial~bishop.~ 8 4,129 | has the same rights~and obligations as the administrator of 9 4,134 | has~the same rights and obligations as an eparchial bishop.~ 10 4,137 | precisely the rights and obligations of metropolitans and of 11 4,138 | Canon 138~The rights and obligations of a metropolitan constituted 12 4,138 | concerning other rights and obligations, the metropolitan is to 13 4,139 | metropolitan belong the rights and obligations~mentioned in can. 133, 1, 14 4,150 | all the synodal rights and obligations of the other bishops of 15 6,158 | has the same rights and obligations as an~eparchial bishop.~ 16 6,175 | exercises the rights and obligations mentioned in~can. 159, nn. 17 7,192 | they correctly fulfill the obligations proper to their state and 18 7,204 | 2. In addition to those obligations which require a~legitimate 19 7,213 | addition to the rights and obligations which are established in 20 7,213 | determines the rights and obligations of a coadjutor bishop appointed~ 21 7,213 | granted all the rights and obligations of an eparchial~bishop, 22 7,213 | required. 3. The rights and obligations of auxiliary~bishops are 23 7,223 | 1) he has the rights and obligations of the administrator of 24 7,229 | has the same rights and obligations as the eparchial bishop, 25 7,233 | priest enjoys the rights and obligations of a protosyncellus. At 26 7,234 | reasons. 2. The rights, obligations and privileges of the apostolic 27 7,254 | to decrees, dispositions, obligations or other tasks~which are 28 7,262 | observed in regard to~the obligations of the eparchial finance 29 7,278 | diligently fulfill their obligations; (3) see to~it that the 30 7,282 | what are the rights~and obligations of the members of the same 31 7,287 | accurately the rights and~obligations of the moderator, who directs 32 7,299 | has the same rights and obligations as the pastor unless the 33 7,302 | exercise the rights and obligations of the common and particular 34 7,309 | liturgical books and law, that obligations are~faithfully fulfilled, 35 10,337 | term in office, rights and obligations~and just remuneration of 36 10,355 | to be properly taught the obligations of clerics and led to undertake 37 10,360 | in which the rights and obligations of the cleric or bishops 38 10,385 | the fulfillment of their~obligations and then devote and share 39 10,386 | matters which regard the obligations of his state~of life. If 40 10,395 | he further bound by the obligations of the clerical state~without 41 11,400 | 400~In addition to those obligations and rights which are common 42 11,400 | Christian faithful have the obligations and~possess the rights which 43 12,427 | religious is bound by the obligations to which~clerics are obliged 44 12,431 | the vows and by the other obligations of his profession, except 45 12,460 | a novice burden it with obligations, with~due regard for can. 46 12,468 | responsible for the debts~and obligations which the member incurred 47 12,486 | himself enjoys the rights and obligations of an eparchial~bishop toward 48 12,488 | and is released from the obligations towards the previous monastery 49 12,491 | bound by the vows and other obligations of the monastic profession 50 12,493 | vows as well as from all obligations arising from profession, 51 12,502 | 497,~all bonds as well as obligations stemming from monastic profession 52 12,529 | professed has incurred~debts and obligations, that member must be responsible 53 12,543 | bound by the vows and the obligations of his profession as well~ 54 12,543 | statutes is~compatible with the obligations of his office. He remains 55 12,543 | and is bound by the same obligations as~other pastors, and is 56 12,545 | the rights and particular obligations which~the member had in 57 12,561 | society are bound by the obligations which are~prescribed for 58 12,561 | prejudice to the rights and obligations determined~in the statutes.~ 59 15,628 | aware of their rights and obligations and provide for the religious 60 16,684 | to fulfill faithfully the obligations connected with it.~ 61 16,686 | of this sacrament and the obligations~connected with it and that 62 16,761 | and that he~accepts the obligations attached to the same of 63 16,777 | of the spouses has equal obligations and~rights to those things 64 16,783 | Christian marriage and the obligations of spouses to each other~ 65 16,789 | who is bound by natural obligations toward~a third party or 66 16,816 | fulfilling their spiritual obligations, and are to assist the spouses 67 16,818 | of assuming the essential obligations of matrimony~due to causes 68 19,920 | canon law to the rights and obligations~which correspond to their 69 20,936 | purpose. 2. The rights and the obligations proper to individual offices 70 23,1021| eparchial bishops can satisfy~obligations towards other persons who 71 23,1046| entrusted to him along with the obligations attached to them; if, however, 72 23,1048| corresponds to the attached obligations~in accordance with the customs 73 23,1049| specific mention of the obligations undertaken; the investment 74 23,1051| have be observed, a list of obligations arising from pious foundations 75 23,1051| conspicuous place lest the obligations to be fulfilled be neglected. 76 23,1051| in which the individual obligations, their fulfillment and the 77 23,1052| 1052~1. The reduction of obligations of celebrating the Divine 78 23,1052| the hierarch may~reduce obligations of celebrating the Divine 79 23,1052| pursued at~the time the obligations were accepted. 5. The powers 80 23,1053| transferring for a just reason the obligations of celebrating~the Divine 81 23,1054| the fulfillment of the obligations becomes impossible due to 82 24,1077| the case revolves around obligations which~arise from another 83 24,1176| Canon 1176~1. The obligations of the arbitrators are to 84 25,1294| questions; (2) settle what obligations of the parties arise~from 85 26,1377| the moral and~even civil obligations which they may have to each 86 26,1387| state and is free of all obligations.~ 87 27,1467| 1467~One who violates the obligations imposed by an penalty can 88 28,1468| has the same powers and obligations as an auditor~in the process; 89 30 | of freeing oneself from obligations, unless otherwise established~ 90 30,1542| prescription are: (1) rights and obligations~which are of the divine 91 30,1542| privilege; (3) rights and obligations~which directly affect the 92 30,1542| ecclesiastical territories; (5) obligations and commitments concerning~


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