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   Title, Canon
1 4,66 | except those clerics who~are admitted as tellers or secretary 2 7,244 | eparchial~bishop. 2. All who are admitted to an office in the eparchial~ 3 10,327 | called minor clerics, are admitted or instituted for the service 4 10,333 | Church sui~iuris can be admitted into the same seminary.~ 5 10,342 | those students are to be admitted into the seminary~who, according 6 10,342 | religious~are not to be admitted before obtaining the testimony 7 10,343 | Canon 343~Students, even if admitted into a seminary of another 8 11,408 | persons are by common law admitted, they may be also~admitted 9 11,408 | admitted, they may be also~admitted by a competent authority 10 12,448 | Canon 448~For one to be admitted into a monastery sui iuris 11 12,449 | Canon 449~Before being admitted to the novitiate, a candidate 12 12,450 | following cannot be validly admitted to the novitiate: ~(1) non-Catholics; ( 13 12,450 | fraud or those, who are~admitted by a superior induced in 14 12,451 | Canon 451~No one can be admitted licitly to the novitiate 15 12,452 | eparchy cannot be licitly admitted to~the novitiate without 16 12,452 | eparchial bishop nor~can they be admitted licitly, if the eparchial 17 12,452 | children cannot~be licitly admitted to the monastery, as well 18 12,461 | completed,~a novice shall be admitted to profession if judged 19 12,464 | 2) that the~novice be admitted to profession by the superior 20 12,517 | Canon 517~1. One is admitted validly to the novitiate 21 12,517 | be observed. 2. No one is admitted lawfully to the novitiate 22 12,518 | Canon 518~Before being admitted to the novitiate, a candidate 23 12,527 | 2) that the novice be admitted to profession by the competent 24 14,587 | join the Church are to be admitted~with liturgical ceremonies 25 14,587 | catechumenate~have the right to be admitted to the liturgy of the word 26 16,703 | priest who is unknown is not admitted to celebrate the~Divine 27 16,760 | happens later that~he is admitted to the priesthood, he must 28 16,761 | time requesting that he be admitted for the reception of sacred 29 16,781 | recognizes any form prescribed or admitted by the law to which the 30 20,953 | one of the~above has been admitted, the vote is null but the 31 20,964 | postulation has not been admitted by the competent~authority 32 20,964 | postulation which has been admitted immediately acquires the 33 24,1137| present, this person can be admitted by an ecclesiastical judge~ 34 24,1159| Sequestration of the object is also admitted as security for~credit provided 35 24,1182| against which an appeal~is admitted becomes an adjudged matter ( 36 25,1205| attacked, by that party, and admitted~by the judge.~ 37 25,1206| Canon 1206~A renunciation admitted by the judge has the same 38 25,1207| the contending parties and admitted by the other unless proof~ 39 25,1208| rejected by the judge be admitted, the judge~is to determine 40 25,1220| and private~documents is admitted.~ 41 25,1228| by means of witnesses is admitted in every kind of case under 42 25,1240| believes that they must be admitted, especially when~the matter 43 25,1269| the outset;~and, if it is admitted, whether it is of such seriousness 44 25,1276| interested party can be admitted to intervene in a case~at 45 25,1276| However,~in order to be admitted, such an interested party 46 25,1276| intervenes in a case must be admitted at that stage which the 47 25,1283| 1-3, if new proof is not admitted. 2. However, the judge~can 48 25,1320| for petitioning may not be admitted at the appellate level~not 49 25,1320| Moreover, new proofs are admitted only in accordance~with 50 25,1325| presentation of~the case must be admitted or not. 2. An appeal to 51 26,1372| After a petition has been admitted, the judicial vicar or a~ 52 28,1483| an injured party is not admitted afterwards if it~was not


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