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   Title, Canon
1 1,9 | the Church by that choice just as by a life~of faith, hope 2 3,42 | Canon 42~Just as, by the Lord's decision, 3 4,68 | himself to be detained by a just impediment, he is to~submit 4 4,104 | himself to be~detained by a just impediment, he is to submit 5 4,109 | synod unless it is for a just reason approved by the~synod.~ 6 4,133 | bishop, not~detained by a just impediment, failed to do 7 4,143 | unless~they are detained by a just impediment, of which they 8 6,159 | bishop, not detained by a just impediment, omitted to do 9 6,165 | present can leave unless for a just reason approved by the president~ 10 7,204 | bishop can be absent~for a just cause for not more than 11 7,216 | bishop not detained~by a just impediment must, as often 12 7,277 | particular law. 3. For a~just cause, the eparchial bishop 13 7,292 | the local hierarch,~for a just cause, can permit him to 14 7,303 | the eparchial bishop for a~just cause; however, if the parochial 15 7,310 | rector of a church for a just~cause. If the rector of 16 10,337 | rights and obligations~and just remuneration of the moderators, 17 10,362 | Canon 362~1. For a just reason a cleric can be recalled 18 10,365 | move to another eparchy just causes~such as the advantage 19 10,381 | Unless constrained by a just impediment, clerics are 20 10,390 | sustenance and to receive a just remuneration for carrying 21 11,401 | and charity, to~strive for just laws in society, and to 22 12,461 | iuris or be dismissed for a just cause by the superiors or 23 12,477 | enclosure or to change them for just~reasons.~ 24 12,485 | the eremitical life for~just reasons, even against the 25 12,541 | something different for a just~cause in individual instances.~ 26 12,547 | consulted the council, can for a~just cause exclude a member in 27 13,581 | association except for a just cause in accordance with 28 14,591 | in liturgical~activity; a just remuneration for the catechists 29 15,614 | pastoral care except for a just reason approved by the local 30 15,660 | Canon 660~Unless there is a just and reasonable cause, no 31 16,670 | Canon 670~1. For a just cause Catholics can attend 32 16,685 | be undertaken. 3. For a just~cause, it is permitted to 33 16,701 | Churches sui iuris for a just cause, especially that of 34 16,707 | Church sui iuris. 2. For a just~cause and having removed 35 16,713 | Divine Liturgy, unless a just cause suggests otherwise. ~ 36 16,736 | to infirmity or another just cause, this sacrament~can 37 16,773 | Sunday or feast~day, unless a just cause suggests otherwise.~ 38 16,814 | Canon 814~For a just reason the local hierarch 39 16,831 | of~the parties, unless a just cause excuses; (3) also, 40 16,831 | determines otherwise or a just cause excuses.~ 41 16,854 | party gave the other party~a just cause for departure.~ 42 16,857 | but later departed without just cause, in which case, however, 43 16,862 | the Roman Pontiff~for a just cause, with both parties 44 16,893 | from a private vow for a~just reason provided the dispensation 45 19,914 | quasi-domicile by reason of some just~cause.~ 46 19,929 | accordance with what is right and just, the goods~held in common 47 20,937 | are available and that the just remuneration~of those who 48 20,959 | petitioning confirmation by a~just impediment. 2. Before receiving 49 20,963 | had~been constrained by a just impediment. 3. The one postulated~ 50 20,967 | can resign an office for a just cause.~ 51 20,970 | which is~not based on a just and proportionate cause.~ 52 20,975 | same authority, considered just with due regard for equity.~ 53 22,998 | of the~decree or through just compensation or by some 54 23,1010| temporal goods by every just means~permitted to others.~ 55 23,1016| cannot be refused without a just cause and,~in matters of 56 23,1029| patrimony,~unless it is for a just cause of piety or charity 57 23,1030| 2) is to pay employees a just and decent wage so that~ 58 23,1035| required that there be: (1) a just cause such as~urgent necessity, 59 23,1053| power~of transferring for a just reason the obligations of 60 23,1054| The hierarch, only for a just and necessary reason, may~ 61 24,1091| function himself. 3. For a just cause the same president 62 24,1100| the eparchial~bishop for a just cause.~ 63 24,1124| extended by the judge for a just cause after hearing the 64 24,1128| case mentioned in 1, for a just cause and after hearing 65 24,1140| the same party for some just cause, they~are to be so 66 25,1236| witness be excluded if a just cause for exclusion~is demonstrated 67 25,1265| Canon 1265~To come to a just sentence, the judge can 68 25,1271| case is closed, if there is just cause, the~judge or the 69 25,1275| has not given~proof of a just impediment, is obliged both 70 25,1337| sustenance or if~some other just cause is pressing. 3. On 71 25,1354| the matter or for another just cause. ~3. The complete 72 29,1521| decree,~refuses, without a just cause to be evaluated by 73 29,1537| can be granted only for a~just and reasonable cause, taking 74 29,1537| Christian faithful is a just and reasonable~cause. 3.


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