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   Title, Canon
1 Prel,4 | They therefore continue in force in~their present form not 2 3,54 | council do not have obligatory~force unless they are approved 3 3,54 | decrees to have~binding force, they need this same confirmation 4 4,99 | the personal Statutes in force~in the region are observed 5 4,107 | decisions to acquire the~force of law; otherwise, can. 6 4,110 | patriarchal Church which~obtain force according to the norm of 7 4,150 | are~liturgical, have the force of law everywhere in the 8 4,150 | the synod, they have the force of law inside the territorial~ 9 4,150 | do so, can attribute the force of law to~disciplinary laws 10 4,150 | Apostolic See, they~have the force of law everywhere in the 11 7,224 | protosyncellus and~syncelli have full force until they have received 12 9,322 | have juridically binding force unless they deal with things 13 9,322 | of the assembly lacks all force until it has been approved 14 11,406 | has a greater impelling force in those~circumstances in 15 12,450 | the monastery induced by force, grave fear or by fraud 16 12,463 | due regard~for the juridic force of the profession according 17 12,464 | expressed and made without~force, grave fear or fraud; (4) 18 12,465 | temporary profession has~force also with respect to monasteries 19 12,504 | profession, but have their own force according to the~law.~ 20 12,527 | expressed and made without~force, grave fear or fraud; (4) 21 12,529 | disposition~ceases to have force at the member's departure 22 12,545 | novitiate, the vows~remaining in force, the rights and particular 23 16,729 | absolution from sin lacks all force: (1) ~if a sick person who 24 16,756 | way for whatever reason to force someone to receive sacred 25 16,825 | it is entered into due to force or grave~fear inflicted 26 16,883 | of penance which are in force~where they are staying. 27 16,886 | faithful is to remain in force in~the manner and order 28 19,924 | made in law: (1) that has force of law which, when~the majority 29 19,932 | placed because of extrinsic force brought to bear~upon a person, 30 20,956 | law, that action has the force of law which, when a majority 31 24,1098| of~the bond has the same force when they are present in 32 24,1142| acts, however, lack all force unless the procurator presents 33 24,1162| regard to the nature and force of a possessory action the 34 25,1217| confessions can~have a probative force to be evaluated by the judge 35 25,1217| but complete probative force~cannot be attributed to 36 25,1219| party lacks all probative force if it is proved that it 37 25,1219| fact or it was extorted by force or grave fear.~ 38 25,1223| judge has the same probative force against the author or~signer 39 25,1223| against others it's probative force is to be evaluated by the~ 40 25,1223| be~given full probative force unless there are other elements 41 25,1225| Documents do not have probative force in a trial unless they are~ 42 25,1297| can be place; it has~no force before it is communicated 43 25,1300| merely procedural, have no~force unless they express the 44 25,1301| sentence or a decree has the force of a definitive sentence 45 25,1303| sentence under duress from force or grave fear; (4) the trial~ 46 25,1310| which does not have the force of a definitive sentence, 47 25,1341| regarding the manner and force~of the execution but not 48 26,1358| Statutes where they are in force,~cases involving the merely 49 27,1421| of a penalty extorted by force, grave fear or fraud~is 50 27,1445| One who has used bodily force against a bishop or has 51 28,1487| This recourse suspends the force of the decree. 3. There 52 29,1491| territory; other laws have~force only in the territory where 53 29,1491| if the latter is not in force in their~own territory; 54 29,1491| all the laws which are in force in the place where~they 55 29,1498| form of a law has the same force as the law itself and~must 56 29,1498| themselves, it has retroactive force; if it restricts or extends 57 29,1498| matter does not have the force~of law and binds only the 58 29,1502| more particular norm in force in that same Church~ 59 29,1507| ecclesial body, can~have the force of law. 2. No custom can 60 29,1508| that custom can have the force of law which is reasonable 61 29,1508| from canon law, obtains the force of law only~when it has 62 29,1514| or precept ceases to~have force also through the cessation 63 29,1521| 1520~1. A decree has legal force when it is communicated


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