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   Title, Canon
1 1,24 | if they are summoned~to judgment by competent authority, 2 4,84 | according to his prudent~judgment, among the hierarchs and 3 4,111 | Churches according to the judgment of the synod.~ 4 4,121 | a serious reason in the judgment of the synod of bishops~ 5 7,236 | circumstances warrant it in the judgment of the eparchial bishop 6 7,262 | for serious cause in the judgment of the~eparchial bishop 7 7,280 | territory; if however, in the judgment of the eparchial bishop, 8 7,285 | partiality; in order to make a judgment~concerning a person's suitability 9 7,306 | foundation and as long~as, in the judgment of the local hierarch, they 10 8,319 | places and persons in the judgment of the authority~who established 11 9,322 | it seems opportune in the judgment of the Apostolic~See, patriarchs, 12 10,371 | authority~whenever, in the judgment of this same authority, 13 10,384 | labor unions unless, in the judgment of the eparchial bishop 14 12,414 | require it according to his~judgment. 2. These rights pertain 15 12,479 | Canon 479~If, in the judgment of the local hierarch, the 16 12,547 | profession, which in the judgment of experts renders a member 17 15,637 | instruction is lacking or, in~the judgment of the eparchial bishop, 18 15,664 | hierarch may abide by the judgment about books~given by censors 19 15,664 | office they are to give their judgment without any partiality but 20 16,671 | Churches, who according to the~judgment of the Apostolic See, are 21 16,671 | serious necessity~in the judgment of the eparchial bishop, 22 16,729 | marriage; (2) if in the prudent judgment~of the confessor, the faculty 23 16,740 | another time according to the judgment of the priest.~ 24 16,757 | other serious cause in the judgment of the eparchial bishop 25 16,762 | sufficiently proven in~the judgment of the hierarch. 2. The 26 16,818 | grave lack of discretion of judgment concerning essential matrimonial 27 16,876 | according to the prudent judgment of the local hierarch; unless 28 16,876 | according to the prudent~judgment of the local hierarch. 3. 29 19,934 | which, in the superior's judgment, is overriding. 3. The authority 30 20,975 | a cause which is, in the judgment of the same authority, considered 31 23,1049| accordance with the prudent judgment of the hierarch, who is 32 24,1059| stage and in~any grade of judgment before the Roman Pontiff; 33 24,1059| reason, the judge can pursue judgment~up to the definitive sentence 34 24,1060| he has~called to his own judgment. 2. With the exception of 35 24,1072| competency by reason of~grade of judgment is not observed.~ 36 25,1213| in accord with prudential judgment,~can do the same in other 37 27,1402| 2. If, however, in~the judgment of the authority spoken 38 27,1403| justice, as long as in the judgment~of the hierarch the following 39 27,1407| Canon 1407~1. If, in the judgment of the hierarch who can 40 27,1424| 2. If,~however, in the judgment of him who is competent 41 29,1523| with the executor's prudent judgment and conscience.~ 42 29,1525| administrative act can, with prudent judgment,~substitute another as executor 43 29,1533| the circumstances, in the judgment of the competent authority,


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