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   Title, Canon
1 Prel,5 | rights as well as privileges granted up to this time by~the Apostolic 2 4,133 | among other things which are granted to~him by common law, is: ( 3 7,213 | coadjutor bishop who~is to be granted all the rights and obligations 4 7,248 | also the habitual faculties granted by~the Apostolic See to 5 10,383 | well as military service granted in their favor by civil 6 10,388 | Clerics to whom have been granted rights and insignia, which 7 10,388 | where the authority who granted the dignity exercises his 8 10,388 | accompany the authority who had granted the dignity or~represent 9 10,394 | this rescript cannot be granted licitly by the patriarch 10 10,394 | the patriarch and is not granted by the Apostolic See to 11 10,396 | obligation of celibacy, which is granted only by the Roman Pontiff.~ 12 12,432 | institute and the privileges granted by the Apostolic See.~ 13 12,441 | insofar as it~is expressly granted to them in law or by the 14 12,489 | of exclaustration can be granted only to a member~of a monastery 15 12,489 | petitions, the indult can be granted by the authority to~whom 16 12,493 | life that has been lawfully granted and communicated to the 17 12,548 | of exclaustration can be granted by the authority~to which 18 12,549 | Apostolic See, it can be granted also by: (1) the patriarch 19 15,661 | and morals. 2. Approval granted by competent authority shows 20 15,662 | to publish books may~be granted, unless expressly stated 21 15,663 | the approval legitimately granted by one hierarch is not~enough 22 16,722 | they must be previously granted the faculty of administering 23 16,743 | function and power the Lord~granted to his apostles, and in 24 16,751 | Dimissorial letters are not granted unless all the testimonials~ 25 16,753 | or revoked by the one who granted them or by his successor, 26 16,753 | but once~they have been granted, they do not cease to be 27 16,798 | dispensation or convalidation~granted for the external forum and 28 16,799 | from an occult impediment granted in the internal non-sacramental 29 16,840 | a secret marriage can be granted by the local~hierarch for 30 16,840 | pastor, the priest who was granted the faculty of~blessing 31 16,848 | the renewal of consent, granted by competent authority and 32 16,848 | the moment the favor is granted; it is understood to be 33 16,849 | sanation of the marriage can be granted validly~even when one or 34 16,849 | radical sanation is not to be granted except for a grave reason~ 35 16,851 | given, a sanation can be granted from~the moment the consent 36 16,852 | radical sanation can be granted only by the Apostolic~See.~ 37 16,876 | Christian life, are to be granted an ecclesiastical funeral, 38 16,877 | funeral who could~not be granted it without public scandal 39 16,893 | this dispensation can~be granted by any confessor.~ 40 19,921 | the competent authority granted~by decree. 2. By the law 41 20,963 | the dispensation may be granted. 2. If the postulation has 42 21,981 | delegated power is that which~is granted to a person, but not by 43 21,982 | qualifications, a habitual faculty granted to a~hierarch is not withdrawn 44 21,988 | unless the delegation is granted in view of the~special qualifications 45 21,988 | this has been expressly granted by the one delegating.~ 46 21,989 | understood to have also been granted whatever is necessary to 47 21,992 | of cases for~which it was granted, by cessation of the final 48 21,992 | of case for which~is was granted, is valid.~ 49 23,1054| power has been expressly granted that hierarch by the founder. 50 24,1073| choice of one among them is granted to the petitioner.~ 51 24,1140| written permission has been~granted the procurator to do this. 52 24,1152| of the accused, by pardon granted by competent authority and 53 25,1286| judge. 2. This~right is granted to the parties only once 54 25,1286| the~judge that it must be granted a second time for a reason; 55 25,1322| from which no appeal is granted.~ 56 25,1326| Restitutio in integrum is granted against a sentence which~ 57 25,1328| restitutio in integrum if it is granted.~ 58 25,1329| restitutio in integrum is granted, the judge must pronounce 59 26,1372| that a dispensation was not granted; this can also be~done if 60 27,1419| remitting penalties can also be granted to others by the law or~ 61 27,1424| remission of a penalty cannot be granted unless the~guilty party 62 27,1434| of privileges previously granted. He cannot validly obtain 63 29,1496| dispensation is usually granted~by the authority to whom 64 29,1498| whom the legislator had granted the power to interpret~them 65 29,1511| permission or another favor is granted.~ 66 29,1523| to an executor, it can by granted or~denied in accord with 67 29,1528| otherwise evident. 2. A favor granted only orally to a person 68 29,1531| authority cannot~be validly granted by a inferior authority, 69 29,1531| authority cannot be validly granted by another of equal competence 70 29,1532| privilege, that is a favor granted to certain persons,~whether 71 29,1532| of a special act, can be~granted by the legislator or by 72 29,1532| whom the legislator~has granted this power. 2. Centenary 73 29,1532| that a privilege has been granted.~ 74 29,1533| person to whom it has~been granted dies; (2) if it is real 75 29,1533| of cases for which it~was granted; (4) if through the passage 76 29,1534| can renounce a privilege granted on behalf of that~person 77 29,1534| privilege which has been granted to some juridic person or 78 29,1534| juridic person or has~been granted by reason of the dignity 79 29,1534| to renounce a privilege granted to it~if the renunciation 80 29,1536| privilege which~he himself had granted; if the privilege has been 81 29,1536| if the privilege has been granted by an~authority superior 82 29,1537| particular case, can be granted only for a~just and reasonable 83 29,1537| cause, the dispensation is granted licitly and validly.~


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