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   Title, Canon
1 3,48 | unless it is otherwise prescribed by the law or the nature 2 4,64 | regard for those which are prescribed in~can. 180.~ 3 4,124 | have, and other commissions prescribed for the Churches sui~iuris, 4 4,128 | carry out the special norms~prescribed by common or particular 5 4,138 | Church are the same~as those prescribed in can. 133, 1, nn. 2-6 6 7,198 | must celebrate on the days prescribed by the particular law of 7 7,231 | and in the same manner~as prescribed for the previous one. 4. 8 7,294 | it for them on the days prescribed by the particular law of 9 12,419 | years, according~to the form prescribed by the same authority. 2. 10 12,422 | exercising their office. In~cases prescribed by the law they are obliged 11 12,455 | habit or~in any other manner prescribed in the typicon.~ 12 12,465 | Canon 465~What is prescribed in common law for temporary 13 12,471 | of formation of clerics prescribed in can.~330 in the monastery 14 12,476 | wear the monastic habit prescribed by their own typicon.~ 15 12,477 | monasteries in the manner~prescribed in the typicon, without 16 12,520 | novitiate begins in the manner prescribed by the statutes.~ 17 12,523 | novices. 2. If~the statutes prescribed a longer novitiate, this 18 12,525 | Canon 525~1. The conditions prescribed concerning novices in cann. 19 12,536 | plan of clerical formation prescribed in~can. 330 at a facility 20 12,538 | with the statutes what is prescribed~in can. 473, 2. 3. Members 21 12,550 | however, within the time prescribed by the~statutes, he does 22 12,551 | Canon 551~What is prescribed in cann. 497 and 498 concerning 23 12,552 | conditions~which might be prescribed by the statutes, the following 24 12,561 | the obligations which are~prescribed for clerics by common law, 25 15,621 | to observe those~things prescribed by the supreme authority 26 16,744 | hands and by the prayers prescribed by the Church.~ 27 16,758 | sacred order; (3) the age prescribed by law; (4) the required~ 28 16,758 | observation~of the interstices prescribed by particular law. 2. It 29 16,759 | Canon 759~1. The prescribed age for the diaconate is 30 16,781 | Church recognizes any form prescribed or admitted by the law to 31 16,797 | observing~all the conditions prescribed in the canon. 2. The faculty 32 16,834 | celebration of marriage prescribed by law~is to be observed 33 16,834 | celebration of marriage~prescribed by law is to be observed 34 16,841 | according to the manner prescribed by the~proper eparchial 35 16,841 | marriage is recorded in the~prescribed books as soon as possible.~ 36 16,856 | indeed licit, if the form prescribed above cannot be~observed. 37 16,859 | celebrated~according to the form prescribed by law while observing the 38 20,941 | for which no term has been prescribed by~law, may never be deferred 39 20,963 | not~been sent within the prescribed time, it is by the law itself 40 20,965 | lost, besides other cases prescribed by law, by~the lapse of 41 20,972 | required and the procedure prescribed by law is to~be observed 42 20,973 | otherwise or something else is prescribed by the competent authority. 43 21,983 | the manner of acting is prescribed for validity by the one 44 21,985 | exercised in the manner prescribed by law, and that legislative 45 21,985 | exercised in the manner prescribed by law and~cannot be delegated, 46 23,1019| to the Apostolic See, are prescribed after a period of one~hundred 47 23,1019| iuris or to~an eparchy are prescribed after a period of fifty 48 23,1019| another juridic person are prescribed after a~period of thirty 49 23,1035| invalid. 2. Other safeguards prescribed by competent authority are 50 24,1095| the promoter of justice is prescribed by law~or it is clearly 51 24,1152| 1450 and 1453, which are prescribed after five years; (3) ~delicts 52 24,1181| is null because~matters prescribed for validity in the compromise 53 25,1221| observed the formalities prescribed by law. ~2. Public civil 54 25,1304| it lacks the~signatures prescribed by law; (4) it does not 55 26,1372| been obliged to observe the prescribed form for the celebration 56 26,1393| not answered within the prescribed time~period the eparchial 57 27,1402| imposed through a penal trial prescribed in cann. 1468-1482, without 58 27,1418| more lenient than the one~prescribed for a completed offense. 59 27,1438| intentionally omits the legally prescribed commemoration~of the hierarch 60 27,1449| ecclesiastical property without the prescribed consent or permission, is 61 29,1489| form of promulgation is prescribed for special cases. They 62 29,1489| interval~has been expressly prescribed in the law itself. 2. Laws 63 29,1489| to oblige from the date prescribed by~them.~ 64 29,1508| uncontested practice~for the prescribed time determined by law. 65 29,1519| unless another time period is prescribed by a particular law of his


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