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   Title, Canon
1 2,32 | Canon 32~1. No one can validly transfer to another Church 2 4,75 | enthronement cannot be performed~validly before the one who is elected 3 4,77 | canonically elected patriarch validly exercises his office~only 4 4,78 | the patriarch is exercised validly only inside the territorial~ 5 5,153 | the enthronement cannot validly be done before he receives 6 6,157 | council of hierarchs is validly exercised only within the~ 7 6,167 | nor can laws and norms be validly promulgated before the~metropolitan 8 7,227 | the same vacant~see can be validly elected or appointed to 9 7,271 | otherwise the college cannot act validly. 4. The members of the college 10 7,281 | A juridic person~cannot validly be a pastor.~ 11 10,334 | has been erected, cannot validly erect another~seminary without 12 10,359 | enrolled in some eparchy to be~validly transferred in another eparchy 13 10,363 | 363~The following cannot validly enroll a cleric in an eparchy, 14 10,394 | Canon 394~After it has been validly received, sacred ordination 15 12,414 | other eparchies, nothing can validly be changed~in the statutes, 16 12,450 | the following cannot be validly admitted to the novitiate: ~( 17 12,460 | Canon 460~A novice cannot validly renounce his or her property 18 12,464 | that the novitiate has been validly completed; (2) that the~ 19 12,509 | order or congregation cannot validly erect a house without the 20 12,510 | order or congregation cannot validly be suppressed except after 21 12,513 | be appointed or elected validly to~the office of superior, 22 12,517 | Canon 517~1. One is admitted validly to the novitiate of an order 23 12,527 | that the novitiate has been validly completed; (2) that the 24 12,544 | patriarchal Church~a member can validly transfer to another religious 25 12,544 | synaxis. 2. A member can validly transfer~from a congregation 26 12,544 | cases the member cannot~validly transfer to another religious 27 13,580 | excommunication, cannot validly be received into~associations; 28 16,672 | they have been truly or validly celebrated,~and the doubt 29 16,685 | For a person to fulfill validly the role of a sponsor it 30 16,696 | the Eastern Churches can validly administer this sacrament 31 16,696 | faithful of Eastern Churches~validly receive this sacrament also 32 16,722 | 3. For presbyters to~act validly, they must be previously 33 16,722 | they have~domicile, can validly administer the sacrament 34 16,725 | Canon 725~Any priest can validly and licitly absolve any 35 16,739 | priests, and only priests, validly administer the anointing 36 16,744 | Canon 744~Only a bishop validly administers sacred ordination 37 16,754 | receive sacred ordination validly.~ 38 16,757 | higher sacred order, cannot validly~be prohibited from exercising 39 16,789 | marriage can be entered validly with regard to other~matters, 40 16,790 | from contracting~marriage validly. 2. An impediment, even 41 16,800 | fourteenth year of age, cannot validly celebrate a marriage. 2. 42 16,803 | non-baptized person cannot validly be celebrated. 2. If at 43 16,812 | Canon 812~They cannot validly contract marriage between 44 16,826 | on a condition cannot be validly celebrated.~ 45 16,829 | local hierarchs and pastors validly bless the marriage of parties 46 16,829 | virtue of their office, only validly bless marriages within the 47 16,832 | celebrate a true marriage can validly~and licitly celebrate it 48 16,837 | consent. 2. Marriage cannot be validly celebrated by~proxy unless 49 16,849 | marriage can be granted validly~even when one or both of 50 16,850 | divine law cannot be sanated validly~until after the impediment 51 16,855 | celebrate another marriage validly, the non-baptized party 52 16,888 | cannot in any manner be validly alienated nor perpetually 53 17,899 | authority; a bishop cannot validly exercise the power of governance~ 54 17,901 | provided they have been~validly baptized.~ 55 19,922 | A juridic~person cannot validly transact business before 56 19,928 | up juridic persons~cannot validly suppress them without the 57 20,938 | 938~An office cannot be validly acquired without canonical 58 21,985 | Church~authority cannot be validly delegated, unless otherwise 59 21,985 | to a~higher law cannot be validly enacted by a lower level 60 21,988 | can be again subdelegated validly, unless this has been expressly 61 23,1024| administrator cannot act validly beyond the limits and~procedures 62 23,1048| non-autonomous foundation to be validly accepted by a juridic~person, 63 24,1067| tribunal cannot be established validly. ~4. The group of eparchial 64 24,1105| afterwards in another instance validly resolve the~same case as 65 24,1122| actions cannot be lodged validly except within~thirty days 66 24,1124| act cannot be extended nor validly shortened unless the parties~ 67 24,1124| limits, however,~may never validly be shortened unless the 68 24,1143| mandate the procurator cannot validly renounce~an action, instance 69 24,1165| 1165~1. A settlement cannot validly take place in cases concerning~ 70 24,1169| resolved by settlement, cannot~validly be entrusted to arbitrators 71 24,1172| 1172~The following may not validly undertake the function of 72 25,1196| been determined, it cannot~validly be changed except for a 73 26,1394| order for the latter to act validly, he is to: ~(1) invite the 74 27,1423| preside. Nobody else can validly reserve to~himself or to 75 27,1434| previously granted. He cannot validly obtain dignities, offices, 76 29,1522| administrative act cannot validly carry out~this function 77 29,1531| superior authority cannot~be validly granted by a inferior authority, 78 29,1531| by an authority cannot be validly granted by another of equal 79 29,1534| Physical persons cannot validly renounce a~privilege which 80 29,1537| dispensation is granted licitly and validly.~


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