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   Title, Canon
1 2,32 | consent to the transfer in writing.~ 2 4,68 | to~submit his reasons in writing to the synod of bishops 3 4,104 | to submit his reasons in~writing to the synod of bishops 4 6,165 | to submit his reasons in writing to the council~of hierarchs; 5 7,254 | to put faithfully into writing~those things which are done 6 7,284 | candidate agrees to this in writing; (3) it concerns a~special 7 10,360 | made such a desire known in writing to~both eparchial bishops 8 10,360 | expresses opposition in~writing within four months.~ 9 10,366 | the cleric~has declared in writing that he is devoting himself 10 12,500 | dismissal were~presented in writing to the member, granting 11 15,664 | must give their opinion in writing; if it is favorable, the 12 16,689 | requests it on her own~in writing or before two witnesses; 13 16,748 | the candidate declared in writing his desire to~devote himself; 14 16,830 | general, it must be given in writing.~ 15 16,870 | eparchial bishop is given in writing, unless~something else is 16 20,957 | to the person~elected in writing or in some other legitimate 17 20,965 | has been communicated in writing by the competent~authority. 18 20,969 | and~this is to be done in writing or orally in the presence 19 20,972 | must~be communicated in writing.~ 20 20,974 | must be communicated in writing.~ 21 22,999 | emendation of the decree in writing from its author~within a 22 22,1002| making recourse petitions~in writing that the decree be made, 23 24,1091| and puts the sentence into writing.~ 24 24,1130| however, are to~be put into writing in the original language 25 24,1130| respond to questions in writing.~ 26 24,1131| procedure, must be put into writing. 2. The individual pages 27 24,1168| controversy may agree in writing~to have the matter resolved 28 24,1168| Likewise, they~may agree in writing who have already entered 29 24,1171| it is not carried out in writing; (3) ~the procurator agreed 30 24,1173| duties~have been accepted in writing.~ 31 24,1182| the parties had agreed in writing that it would be subject 32 25,1186| notary to put~the act into writing, which is to be read to 33 25,1190| whether they must respond in writing or present themselves personally 34 25,1205| valid it is to be made in writing and also~signed by the party 35 25,1248| The answer is to be put in writing at once by the notary who~ 36 25,1250| what the notary has put~in writing from the deposition must 37 25,1268| incidental case is proposed in writing or orally before the~judge 38 25,1285| observations are to be in writing~unless the judge with the 39 25,1287| the case~has been done in writing, the judge can determine 40 25,1288| can immediately record in writing the points discussed and 41 25,1292| indicating their names submit in writing their conclusions on the~ 42 25,1311| the notary is to put it in~writing in the presence of the appellant.~ 43 25,1350| advocates must be put in writing~by the notary but in a summary 44 26,1373| and who must be advised in writing that it is a~question of 45 26,1397| propose the transfer to him in writing and~persuade him to consent 46 26,1398| to explain his reasons in~writing.~ 47 27,1422| remission must be given in~writing unless a serious reason 48 27,1448| or publicly disseminated writing, or other media of communication, 49 28,1476| and observations given in writing, if there are~such, an oral 50 28,1486| they have been accepted in writing by~the guilty party.~ 51 29,1515| 1527, is to be set forth in~writing; likewise, if the administrative 52 29,1515| of execution is to be in writing.~ 53 29,1519| petitioner asks again in writing for the decree, the time 54 29,1521| decree cannot be given in writing, the ecclesiastical authority


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