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   Title, Canon
1 4,143 | confederations, superiors general of~institutes of consecrated 2 10,338 | rector is to see to the general supervision of the seminary 3 10,347 | students,~understanding the general culture of the place and 4 12,418 | sui iuris, the superior general~of an order or congregation, 5 12,419 | sui iuris, the superior general of the~order or congregation, 6 12,508 | direct otherwise, to~the general synaxis, or, in urgent necessity, 7 12,508 | necessity, to the superior~general with the consent of the 8 12,512 | Canon 512~1. A general synaxis, which holds higher 9 12,512 | his or her wishes to the general~synaxis in a manner determined 10 12,513 | the case of the superior general, there is moreover required 11 12,514 | differently for~the superior general. 2. However, before the 12 12,515 | Canon 515~1. The superior general is designated by election 13 12,516 | administration of temporal goods; a general finance officer who administers 14 12,516 | cannot fulfill the office of general finance officer or provincial 15 12,521 | a decree of the superior general with~the consent of his 16 12,522 | permission of~the superior general, given with the consent 17 12,534 | prudently; (3) it is up to the general synaxis to introduce into~ 18 12,536 | congregation~approved by the general synaxis or the major superiors 19 12,544 | his or her own superior general and the superior general 20 12,544 | general and the superior general of the~order or congregation 21 12,544 | consultation~with the superior general of the congregation from 22 12,544 | consent of the superior general~of the congregation or the 23 12,545 | except if the superior general or the superior of the monastery~ 24 12,546 | obtain from the superior~general with the consent of the 25 12,548 | having heard the~superior general and the council. The imposition 26 12,548 | request of the superior general acting with the consent 27 12,549 | petition to the superior general, who shall forward it, along~ 28 12,552 | dismissed by the superior general with the consent of the 29 12,553 | Canon 553~The superior general is competent with respect 30 12,562 | required of the superior general of the~society from which 31 12,562 | incorporation, the~superior general is competent, observing 32 16,720 | a case of necessity with~general prescriptions having taken 33 16,721 | contrition is to precede general absolution, even in danger 34 16,768 | impediments are to be indicated; a general dispensation, however,~is 35 16,768 | dispensation to be~valid. 3. A general dispensation from impediments 36 16,830 | local hierarch can give a general faculty for blessing marriages~ 37 16,830 | further, if the faculty is~general, it must be given in writing.~ 38 23,1021| eparchy is to establish a general fund~according to a manner 39 23,1034| Canon 1034~Whatever general and specific regulations 40 23,1052| enjoyed by the superiors general of~clerical religious institutes 41 24 | TITLE 24~Trials in General~ 42 24,1062| from among its members, a general moderator for the administration 43 24,1062| regard~for can. 1059. 5. The general moderator for the administration~ 44 24,1123| litis contestatio) as a general~rule.~ 45 24,1143| into arbitration and in general do those~things for which 46 25,1187| s right and at least in general the~facts and proofs which 47 25,1249| added ex officio and, in~general, everything noteworthy which 48 26,1376| the canons on trials in general and~on the ordinary contentious 49 26,1386| the canons on trials in general and on the~ordinary contentious 50 27,1425| expressly mentioned in it; but a~general remission removes all penalties 51 28,1471| the canons on trials~in general and on the ordinary contentious 52 29,1501| legitimate custom, the general principles of canon law


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