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   Title, Canon
1 4,89 | provided that he receives the written consent of the eparchial~ 2 4,122 | finance~officer must submit a written report annually to the permanent~ 3 6,167 | before the~metropolitan has written notification from the Apostolic 4 7,186 | count the votes~and sign the written report of the completed 5 7,282 | must be done by means of a written agreement made between the 6 8,318 | every five years,~send a written report to the patriarch 7 10,360 | Canon 360~1. Through a written agreement between both eparchial 8 10,388 | granting of the same dignity~written consent was given to use 9 12,431 | Canon 431~1. Without the written consent of the major superior, 10 12,436 | dependent~monastery, the written consent of the authorities 11 12,437 | document of erection. 2. Written permission of the eparchial 12 12,439 | a confederation with the written consent of the~eparchial 13 12,483 | territory of the monastery, the written~consent of the local hierarch 14 12,487 | same confederation without written permission of~the president 15 12,500 | the last~warning. 3. The written responses of the member, 16 12,509 | erect a house without the written consent of the eparchial 17 12,544 | religious institute with~the written permission of the patriarch 18 12,544 | eparchial right with the written consent of the eparchial 19 13,575 | non-eparchial association, the~written consent of the eparchial 20 15,598 | that is contained in the written word of God or in tradition,~ 21 15,651 | particular to publish freely~written materials. 2. All the Christian 22 16,761 | superior a signed declaration written in his own hand,~testifying 23 16,769 | certificate of marriage and the written consent of his~wife; (3) 24 16,887 | or alienated without the written~consent given by the hierarch 25 16,887 | be restored without the~written consent given by the same 26 20,949 | of ill health, his or her written ballot is to be obtained~ 27 23,1015| subject to and without the~written consent of the hierarch 28 23,1024| ordinary administration, unless written consent has~been given by 29 23,1035| a pastoral~reason; (2) a written expert valuation of the 30 23,1035| to be alienated; (3) the written consent of the competent 31 23,1048| by a juridic~person, the written consent of the local hierarch 32 24,1102| Church sui iuris with the written consent of the proper eparchial~ 33 24,1140| another for himself unless written permission has been~granted 34 24,1179| it, the sentence is to be written by~the arbitrators themselves 35 25,1186| a introductory libellus written by the petitioner.~ 36 25,1190| issues. But if from the written responses the judge perceives~ 37 25,1216| judicial confession is a written or oral assertion against~ 38 25,1247| they are not to read from~written memoranda, unless there 39 25,1315| tribunal;~if the acts are written in a language unknown to 40 25,1345| latter the right to send a written response to the chancery 41 25,1347| to the tribunal~a brief written statement in support of 42 26,1394| challenges to removal in a~written report, having inspected 43 29,1522| function before receiving a written mandate and establishing~


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