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   Title, Canon
1 4,68 | impediment, he is to~submit his reasons in writing to the synod 2 4,83 | particular law. 2. ~For serious reasons and with the consent of 3 4,104 | impediment, he is to submit his reasons in~writing to the synod 4 6,165 | impediment, he is to submit his reasons in writing to the council~ 5 7,234 | due to serious and special reasons. 2. The rights, obligations 6 10,365 | denied except for~serious reasons. 2. If the particular law 7 12,414 | well as when truly special reasons require it according to 8 12,415 | whenever he judges that grave reasons suggest it. 3. The eparchial 9 12,431 | come to him for personal reasons.~ 10 12,477 | to change them for just~reasons.~ 11 12,485 | eremitical life for~just reasons, even against the wish of 12 12,490 | of the council, for grave reasons~and with observance of equity 13 12,492 | except for~the most grave reasons, pondered before the Lord. 14 12,500 | a lack of reform and the reasons for dismissal are~grave, 15 12,500 | to no avail; )3) that the reasons for dismissal were~presented 16 12,514 | transferred to~another office for reasons, and according to the procedure, 17 12,549 | except for the most grave reasons. Such a member shall submit 18 12,552 | must be~observed: (1) the reasons for dismissal must be grave, 19 12,552 | have been in vain; (3) the reasons for~dismissal must be certain 20 15,625 | Canon 625~For ecumenical reasons catechesis should present 21 15,636 | removal,~if necessary for reasons of faith or morals.~ 22 15,664 | inform the author of the reasons for the refusal.~ 23 16,864 | Churches sui iuris other reasons can be established according 24 16,873 | sordid use. 2. If~other grave reasons suggest that a certain church 25 16,876 | such a choice was made for reasons contrary to the conduct 26 20,975 | of time~except for grave reasons and according to the procedure 27 22,1000| decide it only for grave~reasons and always cautiously lest 28 24,1067| bishops is unable for various reasons to~establish his own tribunal; 29 24,1117| decree which states the reasons.~ 30 25,1191| citation unless for serious reasons the judge determines that 31 25,1196| parties and considering their reasons.~ 32 25,1257| or rejected for the same reasons that~witnesses can be.~ 33 25,1260| the case. 2. In giving the reasons for the~decision, the judge 34 25,1283| be unjust because of the reasons listed in can. 1326, 2,~ 35 25,1292| merits of the case and the reasons, both in law and in fact, 36 25,1293| the sentence, drawing the reasons from~those which the individual 37 25,1293| majority of the~judges which reasons are to be preferred; then 38 25,1294| fulfilled; (3) set fourth~the reasons, that is, the motives both 39 25,1295| sentence preceded~by the reasons on which it is based. 4. 40 25,1300| unless they express the reasons at least in a summary fashion, 41 25,1300| summary fashion, or refer to reasons expressed in some other 42 25,1304| the motives, that is, the reasons for the decision; (3) it 43 25,1315| sentence, and indicate the reasons for the appeal. 2. Meanwhile~ 44 25,1327| Restitutio in integrum for the reasons mentioned in can.~1326, 45 25,1327| s becoming aware of the reasons. 2. Restitutio in integrum~ 46 25,1327| Restitutio in integrum~for the reasons mentioned in can. 1326, 47 25,1354| of the sentence with the reasons expressed~is to be made 48 25,1356| tribunal by a decree~giving the reasons, can derogate from procedural 49 26,1390| Canon 1390~The reasons for which a pastor can be 50 26,1393| refuses to resign giving no reasons, the eparchial bishop~is 51 26,1394| alleged for removal and its~reasons, alleging reasons which 52 26,1394| and its~reasons, alleging reasons which appear insufficient 53 26,1398| bishop, he is to explain his reasons in~writing.~ 54 26,1399| 1399~1. Notwithstanding the reasons alleged, if the eparchial 55 26,1399| plans, he is to discuss~the reasons which favor or oppose the 56 27,1402| in 3, there are weighty~reasons precluding a penal trial, 57 27,1423| Churches can for serious reasons by the enactment of a law~ 58 28,1486| in the decree itself the reasons~in fact and in law on which 59 29,1520| decree should contain the~reasons, at least in summary form; 60 29,1520| private harm, so that the reasons should not appear in it,~ 61 29,1530| least one of the motivating reasons submitted is~true.~


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