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   Title, Canon
1 7,204 | can be absent~for a just cause for not more than one continual 2 7,204 | bishop, except~for some grave cause, must not be absent from 3 7,262 | office except for serious cause in the judgment of the~eparchial 4 7,277 | particular law. 3. For a~just cause, the eparchial bishop can 5 7,283 | law, except for a grave cause.~ 6 7,292 | local hierarch,~for a just cause, can permit him to reside 7 7,298 | pastor is hindered by any~cause from exercising the pastoral 8 7,303 | eparchial bishop for a~just cause; however, if the parochial 9 7,310 | rector of a church for a just~cause. If the rector of the church 10 10,394 | deacons without~serious cause nor to presbyters without 11 10,394 | presbyters without most serious cause.~ 12 12,444 | health or some other grave cause, shall submit a~resignation 13 12,461 | be dismissed for a just cause by the superiors or the 14 12,498 | 498~1. A member who is the cause of very grave imminent external~ 15 12,541 | something different for a just~cause in individual instances.~ 16 12,547 | council, can for a~just cause exclude a member in temporary 17 12,552 | religious spirit, which can be a cause of scandal to others,~is 18 12,552 | others,~is a sufficient cause for dismissal if repeated 19 13,581 | association except for a just cause in accordance with the~norm 20 15,660 | is a just and reasonable cause, no member of the~Christian 21 16,670 | Canon 670~1. For a just cause Catholics can attend the 22 16,685 | undertaken. 3. For a just~cause, it is permitted to admit 23 16,701 | Churches sui iuris for a just cause, especially that of fostering~ 24 16,707 | sui iuris. 2. For a just~cause and having removed any astonishment 25 16,713 | Divine Liturgy, unless a just cause suggests otherwise. ~2. 26 16,736 | infirmity or another just cause, this sacrament~can be celebrated 27 16,755 | only for a most serious~cause, even occult, can forbid 28 16,757 | impediment or some other serious cause in the judgment of the eparchial 29 16,766 | the repetition of the same cause, unless it is a~case of 30 16,773 | feast~day, unless a just cause suggests otherwise.~ 31 16,794 | for a time, for a serious cause and as long as that~cause 32 16,794 | cause and as long as that~cause exists. 2. If the local 33 16,820 | even if such error is the~cause of the contract, does not 34 16,831 | the parties, unless a just cause excuses; (3) also, a place 35 16,831 | determines otherwise or a just cause excuses.~ 36 16,853 | any human power nor by any cause other than~death.~ 37 16,854 | gave the other party~a just cause for departure.~ 38 16,857 | later departed without just cause, in which case, however, 39 16,862 | Roman Pontiff~for a just cause, with both parties making 40 16,863 | consented to the adultery, gave cause for it, or likewise committed 41 16,864 | gives the other a legitimate cause for separating in virtue 42 19,914 | quasi-domicile by reason of some just~cause.~ 43 20,967 | resign an office for a just cause.~ 44 20,970 | a just and proportionate cause.~ 45 20,972 | manner of religious, a~grave cause is required and the procedure 46 20,975 | removed from~office for a cause which is, in the judgment 47 21,992 | by cessation of the final cause of the delegation, by the 48 23,1016| be refused without a just cause and,~in matters of greater 49 23,1029| unless it is for a just cause of piety or charity or that 50 23,1035| that there be: (1) a just cause such as~urgent necessity, 51 24,1091| function himself. 3. For a just cause the same president may~substitute 52 24,1100| eparchial~bishop for a just cause.~ 53 24,1124| by the judge for a just cause after hearing the parties 54 24,1128| mentioned in 1, for a just cause and after hearing the parties, 55 24,1140| same party for some just cause, they~are to be so designated 56 24,1145| Canon 1145~For serious cause the procurator and the advocate 57 25,1210| 1210~Except for a serious cause, the judge is not to proceed 58 25,1213| Canon 1213~Unless a serious cause persuades otherwise, the 59 25,1236| witness be excluded if a just cause for exclusion~is demonstrated 60 25,1271| closed, if there is just cause, the~judge or the tribunal 61 25,1332| insofar as it constitutes its cause or, if execution is ordered, 62 25,1337| sustenance or if~some other just cause is pressing. 3. On the other 63 25,1354| matter or for another just cause. ~3. The complete text of 64 26,1394| if the pastor opposes the cause alleged for removal and 65 28,1480| the tribunal for a serious cause decides that the~decision 66 29,1491| unless their violation would cause harm in their~own territory 67 29,1514| cessation of the~motivating cause. 5. An individual decree 68 29,1521| refuses, without a just cause to be evaluated by the author 69 29,1537| for a~just and reasonable cause, taking into consideration 70 29,1537| is a just and reasonable~cause. 3. When there is a doubt 71 29,1537| about the sufficiency of the~cause, the dispensation is granted


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