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1 Prel,6 | all common or particular~laws are abrogated, which are 2 3,47 | Church; however, special laws enacted for those circumstances 3 4,110 | exclusively competent to make laws for the entire patriarchal 4 4,111 | time of promulgation of laws and the publication~of decisions. 5 4,111 | law. 3. ~Acts regarding laws and decisions are to be 6 4,112 | 112~1. The promulgation of laws and the publication of decisions 7 4,112 | authentic interpretation of laws of the synod of bishops 8 4,150 | regard for~can. 102, 2. 2. Laws enacted by the synod of 9 4,150 | however, they are disciplinary laws or concern other decisions 10 4,150 | force of law to~disciplinary laws and other synodal decisions 11 4,150 | competence; if however~these laws or decisions are approved 12 6,167 | council of hierarchs in making laws and norms, this~council 13 6,167 | soon as~possible of the laws and norms enacted by the 14 6,167 | council of hierarchs; nor can laws and norms be validly promulgated 15 6,167 | see to the promulgation of laws and the publication of decisions 16 7,201 | observance of all ecclesiastical laws and legitimate customs. 17 7,242 | communicate the text of the laws, declarations and decrees 18 10,383 | in their favor by civil laws, agreements or customs.~ 19 11,401 | charity, to~strive for just laws in society, and to be like 20 15,666 | of law are the texts of laws and the official acts~of 21 15,666 | accordance with the civil laws concerning the rights of 22 16,776 | Creator and~ordered by His laws, by which a man and woman 23 21,986 | enforcing either common laws or particular laws by~which 24 21,986 | common laws or particular laws by~which they are bound 25 23,1028| the nonobservance of civil~laws; (3) accurately collect 26 23,1030| Church principles, the civil laws~pertaining to labor and 27 24,1176| equity and the procedural laws. 3. The arbitrators do~not 28 25,1255| and opinion, based on the laws of art or science, are required 29 27,1405| power can also issue penal laws insofar as they are truly 30 27,1405| he can also by his own laws strengthen~with a suitable 31 27,1405| care that particular penal~laws be uniform in the same territory, 32 27,1414| proven. In respect to other laws or precepts this is presumed~ 33 29,1488| Canon 1488~Laws come into existence by promulgation.~ 34 29,1489| Canon 1489~1. Laws of the Apostolic See are 35 29,1489| prescribed in the law itself. 2. Laws given~by other legislators 36 29,1490| 1490~Merely ecclesiastical laws bind those baptized in the 37 29,1491| Canon 1491~1. Laws passed by the supreme authority 38 29,1491| particular territory; other laws have~force only in the territory 39 29,1491| the provisions of 3, n. 1, laws passed for a particular 40 29,1491| bound by~the particular laws of their own territory as 41 29,1491| territory or unless the laws are personal ones; (2) are 42 29,1491| bound by the particular laws of the territory in which 43 29,1491| with the exception of those laws which provide for public~ 44 29,1491| are not bound by the same laws if these~do not bind in 45 29,1491| Transients~are bound by all the laws which are in force in the 46 29,1492| Canon 1492~Laws enacted by the supreme authority 47 29,1492| explicitly included in these laws or they~grant a favor which 48 29,1493| Canon 1493~1. Beyond the laws and legitimate customs of 49 29,1493| designation "common law" the laws~and legitimate customs common 50 29,1493| particular law" are all the laws, legitimate customs, statutes 51 29,1494| Canon 1494~Laws deal with the future and 52 29,1494| provision be made in the laws concerning the past.~ 53 29,1495| Canon 1495~Only those laws which expressly state that 54 29,1496| there is a doubt of law, laws do not bind even if they 55 29,1497| invalidating or disqualifying~laws does not hinder their effectiveness 56 29,1498| Canon 1498~1. Laws are authentically interpreted 57 29,1499| Canon 1499~Laws are to be understood in 58 29,1500| Canon 1500~Laws which establish a penalty 59 29,1503| not~presumed, but later laws are to be related to earlier 60 29,1504| Canon 1504~Civil laws to which the law of the 61 29,1520| welfare, observing exactly the laws and legitimate customs, 62 29,1521| destined, according to the laws and the most secure~ways 63 29,1538| Canon 1537~Laws, insofar as they define 64 29,1538| institutes or acts, or are laws pertaining to processes~ 65 29,1539| common law and the particular laws of his~own Church sui iuris 66 29,1539| authority which made the laws. 2. If recourse~to the authority


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