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80 permission
80 validly
78 necessary
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   Title, Canon
1 7,257 | to enter it without the permission of the eparchial~bishop 2 7,258 | brief time only and with permission~either of the eparchial 3 7,290 | carry them out except by permission, at least presumed, of the 4 7,308 | Canon 308~Without the permission, at least presumed, of the 5 7,308 | in the church; but this permission must be given or denied 6 10,363 | dismiss him from it, or grant permission to the cleric to move outside 7 10,365 | cleric~himself are required. Permission is not to be denied except 8 10,371 | exercise a civil profession the permission of their own proper~hierarch 9 10,383 | up voluntarily except by permission of their hierarch;~(3) they 10 10,385 | of another, except with permission of the authority defined 11 10,386 | particular law without the permission, at~least presumed, of their 12 10,393 | willingness, especially with the~permission or encouragement of their 13 12,437 | Canon 437~1. The permission for erecting a monastery, 14 12,437 | one, includes with it the permission to have a church and to 15 12,437 | of erection. 2. Written permission of the eparchial bishop 16 12,451 | Church sui iuris without the permission of the Apostolic~See, unless 17 12,468 | final profession~with the permission of the superior. If, however, 18 12,468 | member incurred debts without permission of the superior, the member 19 12,478 | of study or illness, the permission is required of the~authority 20 12,480 | appointed pastors without the permission of the patriarch within 21 12,482 | member has obtained the permission of the superior of the~monastery 22 12,487 | confederation without written permission of~the president of the 23 12,487 | the~same authority, the permission of the same authority is 24 12,487 | to another authority, the permission of this authority is also~ 25 12,487 | confederation cannot grant this permission except~after having consulted 26 12,487 | another Church sui iuris the permission of the~Apostolic See is 27 12,517 | Church sui iuris without the permission of the Apostolic See, unless 28 12,522 | candidate can, with the permission of~the superior general, 29 12,529 | he or she has, with the permission of the superior, transacted 30 12,537 | eparchial bishop has given permission, is of a Church sui iuris~ 31 12,544 | institute with~the written permission of the patriarch and with 32 15,655 | at least ecclesiastical~permission.~ 33 15,656 | are to have ecclesiastical permission.~ 34 15,659 | at least ecclesiastical permission, without prejudice to the 35 15,660 | institutes moreover need the permission of those spoken of in can. 36 15,661 | Canon 661~1. Ecclesiastical permission, expressed only with the 37 15,662 | Ecclesiastical approval or permission to publish books may~be 38 15,662 | institutes need also the permission of their major~superior, 39 15,663 | Canon 663~1. Permission to publish a work or its 40 15,664 | the hierarch may grant permission or approval, according to~ 41 15,666 | republished without obtaining the permission of the same or superior 42 16,677 | another priest with the permission of the same~pastor or the 43 16,677 | its administration, which permission, for a serious reason is 44 16,678 | baptism without the required permission; this permission cannot 45 16,678 | required permission; this permission cannot be denied by a pastor 46 16,687 | particular law or with the permission of the~local hierarch.~ 47 16,701 | Churches, can be done with the permission of the eparchial bishop,~ 48 16,705 | non-Catholic church, he~needs the permission of the local hierarch.~ 49 16,722 | with at least the presumed permission of the rector of the church~ 50 16,739 | with at least the presumed permission of those mentioned, indeed,~ 51 16,748 | Church sui iuris without the~permission of the Apostolic See; if, 52 16,748 | patriarch can also grant this permission.~ 53 16,749 | sacred ordination without the permission of the eparchial bishop,~ 54 16,750 | Church and also,~with the permission of the eparchial consultors, 55 16,752 | the candidate, without~the permission of those mentioned in can. 56 16,789 | defined by law, without the permission of the local hierarch, is 57 16,789 | this case will not grant permission unless the norms of~can. 58 16,813 | prohibited without the~prior permission of the competent authority.~ 59 16,814 | local hierarch can grant permission; however he is not to grant 60 16,831 | are lacking, he has the permission of the~hierarch or pastor 61 16,838 | parish church, or with the~permission of the local hierarch or 62 16,838 | other places without~the permission of the local hierarch. 2. 63 16,840 | Canon 840~1. Permission for a secret marriage can 64 16,868 | cannot be~erected without the permission of the eparchial bishop, 65 23,1015| collect alms without the permission of the authority they are 66 23,1016| importance, without the permission of the~hierarch; with due 67 23,1016| prescriptions of can. 1042, the~permission of the same hierarch is 68 23,1032| court, unless he obtains the~permission of his own hierarch.~ 69 23,1041| affinity~without the special permission of the authority mentioned 70 24,1128| acquire~proofs with the permission of the eparchial bishop 71 24,1138| someone's consent or advice or~permission, the same consent or advice 72 24,1138| same consent or advice or permission is also required to begin 73 24,1140| for himself unless written permission has been~granted the procurator 74 24,1172| of religious without the permission of the superior.~ 75 25,1297| to the parties with the permission of~the judge.~ 76 26,1378| the spouses can~give them permission to approach the civil forum, 77 26,1378| is sufficient, with the permission of the eparchial bishop, 78 27,1403| authority, until he has received~permission from the same authority.~ 79 27,1449| the prescribed consent or permission, is to be punished with 80 29,1511| privilege, a dispensation, a permission or another favor is granted.~


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