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   Title, Canon
1 4,61 | procurator at the Apostolic See appointed~by him with the prior assent 2 4,86 | which he presides who are~appointed by the Roman Pontiff outside 3 4,115 | eparchial bishops; one is~appointed by the patriarch. 3. At 4 4,122 | patriarchal finance officer is appointed for a term determined by 5 4,123 | patriarchal curia there is to be appointed by the~patriarch a priest 6 4,123 | an assistant chancellor appointed by the patriarch. 2. ~Apart 7 4,124 | and are made up of persons~appointed by the patriarch; they also 8 6,155 | a determined see who is appointed by the Roman~Pontiff and 9 7,181 | law. 2. Other~bishops are appointed by the Roman Pontiff without 10 7,212 | auxiliary bishops can be appointed upon the request of~the 11 7,212 | coadjutor bishop can be appointed ex~officio with the right 12 7,213 | obligations of a coadjutor bishop appointed~by the patriarch; but if 13 7,215 | eparchial bishop; he must be appointed protosyncellus; the~eparchial 14 7,221 | legitimately~elected or appointed immediately obtains authority 15 7,225 | person is to be elected or appointed administrator~of the eparchy 16 7,227 | been~elected, proposed, appointed or transferred to the same 17 7,227 | can be validly elected or appointed to the office of administrator 18 7,227 | acts of the one elected or appointed are null by the law~itself.~ 19 7,245 | protosyncellus is to be appointed who, endowed~with ordinary 20 7,246 | several syncelli can be appointed who, in a determined~section 21 7,247 | the syncelli are freely appointed by~the eparchial bishop 22 7,252 | curia a chancellor is to be appointed who~is to be a presbyter 23 7,253 | chancellor other notaries can be appointed whose~signature establishes 24 7,262 | eparchial finance officer is appointed for a term~determined by 25 7,263 | possible, in civil law,~appointed by the eparchial bishop 26 7,263 | who have been elected or appointed by others to have the confirmation 27 7,271 | eparchial consultors are freely appointed~by the eparchial bishop 28 7,273 | outstanding~prudence are to be appointed to the pastoral council.~ 29 7,277 | protopresbyter is to~be appointed for a term determined by 30 8,312 | the name of the one who~appointed him or in his own name; 31 8,314 | patriarchal Church~the exarch is appointed by the patriarch after consulting 32 8,314 | See alone. 2. The exarch appointed by the patriarch~cannot 33 8,318 | Canon 318~1. Exarchs appointed by the patriarch must, every 34 8,318 | the exarchy. 2. An exarch appointed by the~Roman Pontiff must 35 12,444 | dependent monasteries are appointed by the superior of the monastery~ 36 12,447 | The finance officer is appointed~by the superior of the monastery 37 12,480 | monastery, nor~can monks be appointed pastors without the permission 38 12,513 | order for a member to be appointed or elected validly to~the 39 12,515 | superior but if they~are appointed, that this be done after 40 12,516 | officers, they shall be appointed by the major~superior with 41 12,524 | 524~1. A director shall be appointed for the formation of the 42 16,668 | by a~person legitimately appointed for this and through an 43 16,891 | vow ceases when the time appointed for the fulfillment of the~ 44 18,904 | of the Christian faithful appointed~by the eparchial bishop 45 19,916 | the pastor who is to be appointed. ~5. In places where no 46 19,916 | proper~hierarch who has been appointed as such by the Apostolic 47 19,926 | accordance with 1, until he has~appointed a suitable administrator.~ 48 24,1063| other~necessary officials, appointed by the patriarch with the 49 24,1087| Christian faithful to be appointed judges; when it is~necessary, 50 24,1088| the~other judges are to be appointed for a definite period of 51 24,1088| If the~judicial vicar is appointed by the eparchial administrator, 52 24,1094| promoter of justice is to be appointed in an eparchy for contentious 53 24,1096| defender of the bond is to be appointed in an eparchy for cases~ 54 24,1100| promoter and defender can be appointed for all cases or for particular 55 24,1135| petitioner or respondent has appointed a procurator or~an advocate, 56 24,1136| by a guardian or curator appointed~by the judge. 3. But in 57 24,1136| a not, through a curator appointed by the judge. 4. Those deprived 58 24,1137| Whenever a guardian or curator appointed by civil authority is~present, 59 24,1139| have an advocate either appointed by the accused or given 60 24,1140| several procurators are appointed by the same party for some 61 24,1140| several advocates can be appointed to act together.~ 62 24,1148| permanent advocates are to be appointed in every tribunal and receive 63 27,1454| religious, or a lay person appointed to an ecclesiastical~function ( 64 28,1474| office until the accused has appointed an advocate.~


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