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legitimate

   Title, Canon
1 3,44 | in the~Church by means of legitimate election accepted by him 2 4,69 | those who~are detained by a legitimate impediment, are present 3 4,78 | the norm of the canons and~legitimate customs, the patriarch has 4 4,137 | synods according to the legitimate customs of its~own patriarchal 5 6,165 | himself to be detained by a legitimate impediment, he is to submit 6 7,188 | 1. Unless prevented by a legitimate impediment, one promoted 7 7,199 | to the prescriptions and legitimate customs of~his own Church 8 7,201 | ecclesiastical laws and legitimate customs. 2. The eparchial 9 7,204 | obligations which require a~legitimate absence from his own eparchy, 10 7,239 | assembly, if detained~by a legitimate impediment, cannot send 11 7,306 | with~due regard for the legitimate statutes of foundation and 12 7,309 | with due regard for~the legitimate statutes and acquired rights, 13 10,360 | of five years after~the legitimate move the cleric is by the 14 10,366 | 3) he is convinced by a legitimate document that the cleric 15 10,366 | the cleric has obtained legitimate dismissal~from his eparchy; 16 10,394 | sacred ordination; (2) by the legitimate infliction of the penalty 17 12,473 | according to the typicon and legitimate customs.~Likewise, the Divine 18 15,604 | in a~better light through legitimate diversity.~ 19 16,686 | as possible according to legitimate custom. 2. ~The pastor is 20 16,687 | church with due regard for legitimate customs. 2. ~Baptism can 21 16,745 | established that there is a legitimate mandate.~ 22 16,770 | The ordaining bishop with legitimate dimissorial letters, by~ 23 16,836 | liturgical books and the legitimate customs~are to be observed 24 16,864 | spouse gives the other a legitimate cause for separating in 25 16,881 | to the prescriptions or legitimate customs of their own~Church 26 16,889 | name of the Church by a legitimate ecclesiastical superior;~ 27 20,957 | writing or in some other legitimate way. 2. Within~eight days 28 22,996 | which~are placed by any legitimate power in the Church in the 29 23,1022| with~due regard for rights, legitimate customs and circumstances.~ 30 23,1028| by the founder,~donor or legitimate authority; he must especially 31 23,1028| founder or according~to legitimate norms; (4) see to it that 32 23,1029| amounts and according to legitimate~custom.~ 33 24,1075| petitioner provided no other legitimate forum is available.~ 34 24,1138| stand trial through their legitimate representative. 2. Whenever, 35 24,1150| norm of law or by another legitimate method except~actions concerning 36 25,1188| petitioner does not lack legitimate personal~standing in court, 37 25,1188| that~the petitioner lacks legitimate personal standing in court; ( 38 25,1209| notary public or in any other legitimate manner.~ 39 25,1273| proves that there~was a legitimate impediment for being detained 40 25,1303| name of another~without a legitimate mandate; (7) the right of 41 27,1447| ecclesiastical authority or the legitimate use of the temporal goods 42 29,1493| 1493~1. Beyond the laws and legitimate customs of the universal 43 29,1493| common law" the laws~and legitimate customs common to all Eastern 44 29,1493| particular law" are all the laws, legitimate customs, statutes and other 45 29,1501| synods and the holy fathers, legitimate custom, the general principles 46 29,1508| can approve a~custom as legitimate by his consent, even tacitly.~ 47 29,1511| by the law itself or by legitimate delegation. 2. Administrative 48 29,1514| has~been imposed through a legitimate document.~ 49 29,1520| observing exactly the laws and legitimate customs, justice and equity. 50 29,1535| it is lost if there~is a legitimate prescription or tacit renunciation.~


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