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   Title, Canon
1 1,24 | The Christian faithful can legitimately vindicate and defend~the 2 2,29 | in whose care he has been legitimately committed are enrolled; 3 4,57 | the Church can modify the legitimately recognized or conceded title 4 4,68 | Canon 68~1. All bishops legitimately convoked are bound by the 5 4,73 | is elected is at least a legitimately proclaimed~bishop, the presiding 6 4,73 | is elected is not yet a~legitimately proclaimed bishop, secrecy 7 4,104 | Canon 104~1. All bishops legitimately called to the synod of bishops 8 4,133 | appoint or confirm one who was legitimately~proposed for or elected 9 4,146 | and the patriarch has the legitimately acquired right of erecting 10 6,159 | appoint or confirm him who was~legitimately proposed or elected to office, 11 7,183 | not~counting those who are legitimately impeded, the synod is to 12 7,189 | the enthronement itself, legitimately carried out, in~which the 13 7,205 | years he himself or, if legitimately~impeded, the coadjutor bishop, 14 7,208 | every five years or, if legitimately impeded, through~another; 15 7,221 | administrator of an eparchy legitimately~elected or appointed immediately 16 7,224 | office. ~2. Those things legitimately done by the protosyncellus 17 7,254 | acts or documents~to one legitimately requesting them and to declare 18 10,335 | Canon 335~1. A seminary legitimately erected is a juridic person 19 10,362 | well as equity. ~2. One legitimately returning to his own eparchy 20 12,418 | missing, in the~meantime legitimately succeed them in office. 21 12,420 | through another if they are~legitimately impeded. 2. The members 22 12,423 | their provinces and houses, legitimately erected, are by the law~ 23 12,450 | crime of which they are legitimately accused; (4) ~those who 24 12,471 | arts and~tasks which are legitimately undertaken by the monastery. 25 13,581 | 581~No one who has been legitimately enrolled may be dismissed 26 15,610 | to preach where they are legitimately sent or invited. 3. Deacons 27 15,611 | deacon, unless these are~legitimately prohibited.~ 28 15,612 | deacon, unless these are~legitimately prohibited.~ 29 15,657 | to bishops and to their legitimately constituted assemblies. 30 15,663 | approval by~law, the approval legitimately granted by one hierarch 31 16,668 | of the Church by a~person legitimately appointed for this and through 32 16,681 | one of them or the one who~legitimately takes their place, request 33 16,802 | dissolution of the first is~legitimately and certainly established.~ 34 16,829 | office and as~long as they legitimately hold office, everywhere 35 16,830 | Canon 830~1. As long as they legitimately hold office, the local hierarch~ 36 16,842 | forum, declared~null or is legitimately dissolved other than by 37 16,856 | place and its outcome must legitimately be evident in the~external 38 16,857 | 2) the interrogation is legitimately omitted; (3) the non-baptized 39 16,873 | the consent of those who legitimately claim rights concerning 40 19,929 | pious founders or donors, legitimately acquired~rights and the 41 19,930 | the founders or donors, legitimately acquired rights and the~ 42 20,974 | office either by a decree legitimately issued by a competent authority, 43 21,984 | as those who for a time legitimately succeed~them in governance 44 21,991 | or removal~from office is legitimately appealed or recourse taken.~ 45 23,1052| the level of the offerings~legitimately established in the eparchy, 46 24,1082| the tribunal which first legitimately cites the respondent has 47 24,1104| his ministry to any party~legitimately requesting it. 2. A judge 48 24,1110| party; once a case has been~legitimately introduced, however, a judge 49 24,1134| respondent who has been legitimately cited must answer.~ 50 25,1192| considered as having been legitimately cited.~ 51 25,1193| 1193~If the citation is not legitimately communicated, the acts of 52 25,1194| 1194~If the citation is legitimately communicated or the parties 53 25,1212| Canon 1212~1. A party legitimately interrogated must answer 54 25,1229| Canon 1229~1. When the judge legitimately interrogates witnesses they 55 25,1304| against a party who was legitimately absent as provided for~in 56 26,1390| for which a pastor can be legitimately removed from~his parish 57 26,1392| provided~that this can be legitimately accepted by the eparchial 58 27,1436| retract it after~having been legitimately warned, is to be punished 59 27,1436| retract it after having been legitimately warned, is to be~punished 60 27,1437| Christian~faithful, though legitimately admonished does not obey, 61 27,1438| does not reconsider though legitimately warned, is to be punished~ 62 27,1446| hierarch when the latter legitimately~issues orders or prohibitions, 63 29,1508| law only~when it has been legitimately observed for thirty continuous 64 29,1511| are requested directly and legitimately to do or to omit~something, 65 29,1518| and also to the one who legitimately contradicts it~the information 66 29,1528| proved whenever this is legitimately requested.~


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