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   Title, Canon
1 4,98 | enter into agreements with a civil authority which are not~ 2 4,100 | eparchies and affect the civil authorities; he cannot~make 3 7,263 | expert even if possible, in civil law,~appointed by the eparchial 4 10,344 | taken that students obtain a civil diploma, and that their 5 10,371 | that they may exercise a civil profession the permission 6 10,383 | that clerics have the same civil and~political rights as 7 10,383 | participation~in the exercise of civil power; (2) since military 8 10,383 | granted in their favor by civil laws, agreements or customs.~ 9 11,409 | for the prescriptions of civil law; they likewise have 10 12,467 | become~effective also in civil law.~ 11 12,497 | attempted marriage, even only a civil one. ~2. The superior of 12 12,530 | will which also is valid in civil law.~ 13 15,616 | family life, social and civil life, the sense of~justice 14 15,627 | right is recognized~by the civil society and even fostered 15 15,666 | in accordance with the civil laws concerning the rights 16 16,689 | least if it is done in~the civil records of the region, the 17 16,762 | attempted marriage, even only a~civil one, either while he was 18 16,780 | regard for the competence of civil authority concerning~the 19 16,780 | authority concerning~the merely civil effects of such a marriage. 20 16,789 | according to the norms of civil law; (3) ~a marriage of 21 16,810 | marriage, attempted it before a civil official~or non-Catholic 22 16,863 | recourse to ecclesiastical~or civil authority. 3. If the innocent 23 16,874 | at least a space in the civil cemeteries destined for~ 24 19,910 | the prescriptions of the civil law are to be followed, 25 19,915 | according to the norm of~civil law can also acquire a proper 26 19,922 | the juridic person~in the civil and in the ecclesiastical 27 23,1020| for the prescriptions of civil law which safeguard the 28 23,1020| rights of~the Church. 2. If civil law does not allow temporal 29 23,1020| appropriate ways valid in civil law, after having heard 30 23,1020| having heard experts~in civil law and the appropriate 31 23,1027| sufficiently bonded according to civil law, so~that the Church 32 23,1028| prescriptions of~both canon and civil law as well as those imposed 33 23,1028| through the nonobservance of civil~laws; (3) accurately collect 34 23,1030| to Church principles, the civil laws~pertaining to labor 35 23,1032| to contest a lawsuit in civil court, unless he obtains 36 23,1034| payments are determined by the civil law of the territory where 37 23,1043| 2. The~prescriptions of civil law are as far as possible 38 24,1060| those who hold the~highest civil office in a state; (4) other 39 24,1137| or curator appointed by civil authority is~present, this 40 24,1162| the prescriptions of the civil law of the place where the 41 24,1164| norms determined by the civil law of the~place where the 42 25,1221| prescribed by law. ~2. Public civil documents are those which 43 25,1221| considered to be~such in civil law. 3. Other documents 44 25,1222| requirements for public civil documents in the civil law 45 25,1222| public civil documents in the civil law of the~place.~ 46 25,1229| with their sacred ministry; civil officials,~doctors, midwives, 47 26,1358| cases involving the merely civil effects of marriage, if 48 26,1358| principle case, belong to the civil magistrate, but these cases 49 26,1361| canonical~forum or in the civil forum. 2. However, if a 50 26,1372| attempted marriage before a civil official or a non-Catholic 51 26,1377| advised of the moral and~even civil obligations which they may 52 26,1378| ecclesiastical decision has no civil effects, or if it is foreseen 53 26,1378| if it is foreseen that a civil sentence is not contrary 54 26,1378| permission to approach the civil forum, having considered 55 26,1378| concerned only with the merely civil effects of marriage, the 56 26,1378| case be deferred to the civil forum from~the start.~ 57 26,1383| authentic ecclesiastical or civil document, the other spouse 58 27,1409| sufficiently punished by~civil authority; (3) moderate 59 27,1460| directly or indirectly to civil authority in order~to obtain 60 29,1504| Canon 1504~Civil laws to which the law of 61 30 | prescription as it exists in the civil legislation as a means of


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