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   Title, Canon
1 3,44 | Church by means of legitimate election accepted by him together~ 2 3,44 | the moment he accepts his~election to the pontificate, but 3 4,66 | Canon 66~1. In the election of a patriarch all and only 4 4,66 | present in the~room during the election of a patriarch, except those 5 4,66 | Church to be involved in the election of the patriarch.~ 6 4,67 | Canon 67~In the election of a patriarch cann. 947- 7 4,68 | obligation to be present at the election. 2. If a certain bishop~ 8 4,69 | and can~proceed with the election.~ 9 4,70 | patriarchal Church for the election of~the patriarch; in the 10 4,72 | votes suffices, and the election is to be conducted according 11 4,72 | can. 183, 3-4. 2. If an election is not successful within~ 12 4,73 | immediately to communicate the election to the one who~is elected 13 4,73 | knows the results of the election, even~toward the one elected. 14 4,74 | indicate whether he accepts the election. If he~does not accept or 15 4,74 | which are acquired by the election.~ 16 4,76 | canonical conduct of the election and enthronement and~that 17 4,76 | Synodal letters that an~election took place are also to be 18 4,86 | the proclamation of the election. The Apostolic See is to 19 4,92 | presides. Within a year of his election~and then often during his 20 4,102 | the canons~concerning the election of the patriarch, bishops 21 4,110 | patriarchal Church conducts the election of the patriarch, bishops 22 4,128 | patriarchal~Church for the election of a patriarch and to prepare 23 4,130 | patriarchal Church for the election of a patriarch.~ 24 4,149 | norms of the canons on the election of bishops, is to elect 25 4,149 | know the results of the~election, even toward the candidates.~ 26 5,153 | After acceptance of the election, the synod of~bishops of 27 5,153 | canonical conduct of~the election; however, the one who is 28 5,153 | the confirmation of his election~from the Roman Pontiff. 29 5,153 | confirmation is~denied, a new election is to be conducted within 30 7,181 | another function by canonical election according to the norms of 31 7,183 | declared canonical and the election can proceed. 2. The~bishops 32 7,183 | before the Lord. 3. For election~an absolute majority of 33 7,184 | secretly~of the results of the election by the patriarch. 2. If 34 7,184 | one~elected accepts the election, the patriarch is to notify 35 7,184 | of the acceptance of the election and the~day of proclamation.~ 36 7,185 | Apostolic See of the completed election in order to obtain the approval 37 7,185 | know the~results of the election, even toward the one elected, 38 7,185 | inform the one elected of the election and acts according to the 39 7,188 | proclamation if it is a case of election,~or from the reception of 40 7,188 | from the day of episcopal election or appointment.~ 41 7,221 | see; for validity of the election, an absolute~majority of 42 7,221 | for the validity of the election, the appointment of an administrator 43 7,221 | the~Apostolic See of his election or of his appointment by 44 7,232 | office in any manner, the election or appointment of a new~ 45 7,238 | protopresbyter presiding over the election; another presbyter~is to 46 10,337 | manner of~appointment or election, term in office, rights 47 12,431 | which are conferred~in an election by the synod of bishops 48 12,443 | preside at the synaxis of election~in person or through another. 49 12,443 | another. 2. At the synaxis of election of~the superior of a confederate 50 12,443 | confederation presides over the election in person or~through another.~ 51 12,445 | Members of the synaxis of election shall seriously strive to~ 52 12,515 | general is designated by election according to~the statutes. 53 20,939 | authority; (2) if preceded by an election, through its confirmation, 54 20,939 | confirmation, or if the election does not need~confirmation, 55 20,947 | a group has the right of election to office, the election, 56 20,947 | election to office, the election, unless the law provides 57 20,947 | the right to confirm the~election or provide for the office 58 20,948 | is therefore absent, the election is valid; however, upon 59 20,948 | oversight and absence,~the election, even if it has been confirmed, 60 20,948 | receipt of the notice of the election. 3. ~But if more than one-third 61 20,948 | electors were overlooked, the~election is invalid by the law itself, 62 20,949 | in the house in which the~election takes place but cannot be 63 20,949 | cannot be present for the election because of ill health, his 64 20,951 | of the group,~or else the election is invalid by the law itself.~ 65 20,952 | 952~If the freedom in an election was in fact impaired in 66 20,952 | in any way~whatever the election is invalid by the law itself.~ 67 20,953 | the vote is null but the election is~valid, unless it is clear 68 20,954 | appended to a vote prior to the election are to be considered as~ 69 20,955 | Canon 955~1. Before the election begins at least two tellers 70 20,955 | accurately all the acts of the election and after they have been~ 71 20,956 | person who presides at the election is to~proclaim who has been 72 20,957 | 1. The election is to be communicated immediately 73 20,957 | not he or she accepts the election; otherwise the election 74 20,957 | election; otherwise the election has no effect. 3. A person 75 20,957 | right deriving from the election and does not regain~any 76 20,957 | group must proceed to a new election~within a month of notification 77 20,958 | elected who~has accepted the election immediately acquires the 78 20,958 | full effects of law if the election does not require confirmation; 79 20,959 | Canon 959~1. If the election requires confirmation the 80 20,959 | day of acceptance of the election; otherwise the person~elected 81 20,960 | the norm of law and the~election was conducted in accordance 82 20,961 | dispensed, prevents the~election of the person whom the electors 83 20,962 | any effect; or else the election proceeds as if nothing~happened.~ 84 20,963 | whom confirmation of the election belongs; this authority, 85 27,1447| the freedom of ministry or election or ecclesiastical authority


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