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1 1 | TITLE 1~The Rights and Obligations 2 2 | TITLE 2~Churches Sui Iuris and 3 3 | TITLE 3~The Supreme Authority 4 4 | TITLE 4~The Patriarchal Churches~ 5 4,57 | legitimately recognized or conceded title of each patriarchal Church. 6 4,57 | the patriarch~takes his title; this see cannot be transferred 7 4,59 | who each are of the~same title but who preside over different 8 4,60 | are greater in virtue of title of the see or senior~according 9 4,60 | precedes those who retain the title of a patriarchal see which 10 4,62 | from his office retains his title~and honors especially during 11 4,62 | that appropriate to his title he be provided with the~ 12 5 | TITLE 5~The Major Archiepiscopal 13 5,151 | endowed with the~patriarchal title.~ 14 6 | TITLE 6~Metropolitan Churches 15 6,158 | the~same Church, takes his title. 2. The metropolitan, in 16 7 | TITLE 7~Eparchies and Bishops~ 17 7,189 | others, or in virtue of~any title. But if he had some office 18 7,211 | was accepted, obtains the title of eparchial bishop emeritus 19 7,218 | They are to be given the title of emeriti of the office~ 20 7,252 | given an assistant whose~title is vice-chancellor. 3. The 21 8 | TITLE 8 ~Exarchies and Exarchs~ 22 9 | TITLE 9~Assemblies of Hierarchs 23 10 | TITLE 10~Clerics~ 24 11,400 | enumerated in the canons of this~title.~ 25 12 | TITLE 12~Monks and Other Religious 26 12,410 | themselves~by a new and special title through public vows of obedience,~ 27 12,430 | permit this in regard to the title of major superior which 28 12,468 | profession in virtue of any title are acquired by~the monastery. 29 13 | TITLE 13~Associations of the Christian 30 14 | TITLE 14~Evangelization of Nations~ 31 15 | TITLE 15~The Ecclesiastical Magisterium~ 32 16 | TITLE 16~Divine Worship and Especially 33 16,696 | baptizes~in virtue of another title, or those who are in danger 34 17 | TITLE 17~Baptized Non-Catholics 35 18 | TITLE 18~Ecumenism or Fostering 36 19 | TITLE 19~Persons and Juridic Acts~ 37 20 | TITLE 20~Offices~ 38 20,950 | own name by~more than one title, such a person can cast 39 20,965 | competent~authority. 4. The title of emeritus can be conferred 40 20,971 | same office by~some other title.~ 41 21 | TITLE 21~The Power of Governance~ 42 22 | TITLE 22~Recourse Against Administrative 43 22,996 | decrees in the canons of this title~is also to be applied to 44 23 | TITLE 23~The Temporal Goods of 45 24 | TITLE 24~Trials in General~ 46 24,1077| which~arise from another title, the party can be brought 47 24,1086| be given assistants whose title is adjutant judicial~vicars. 48 24,1159| possession of others under~any title and to the credit of the 49 25 | TITLE 25~The Contentious Trial~ 50 26 | TITLE 26~Certain Special Procedures~ 51 27 | TITLE 27~Penal Sanctions in the 52 27,1402| a deprivation of office, title, insignia or a suspension 53 28 | TITLE 28~The Procedure for Imposing 54 28,1471| regard for the canons of this title, unless otherwise indicated 55 29 | TITLE 29~Law, Custom, and Administrative 56 30 | TITLE 30~Prescription and the


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