1 4,64 | required for someone to be considered~suitable for the patriarchal
2 6,169 | needs,~can establish what is considered to be opportune to provide
3 7,180 | order for a person to be considered suitable for the episcopate,
4 7,300 | early date which parish is considered closer to which parish.
5 8,315 | temporarily or permanently, are considered attached to the exarchy
6 10,331 | of~those who are already considered suitable by certain signs
7 15,632 | Canon 632~A school is not considered Catholic in law unless it
8 16,720 | Divine Eucharist; it is not~considered a sufficient necessity if
9 16,769 | testimonial letters, if it is considered expedient, of other eparchial
10 16,791 | in the external forum is considered to be a public one; otherwise
11 16,796 | The local hierarch is not considered to be accessible if he can~
12 16,828 | 2. That rite which is considered a sacred rite is the intervention
13 16,854 | The non-baptized party is considered to depart, if he or she
14 16,856 | the~person's silence is considered to be a negative response.
15 16,876 | others who in some way were considered to~be close to the Church,
16 19,916 | Church, of the place is~to be considered the proper hierarch of these
17 19,916 | hierarchs, that one is to be considered their proper~hierarch who
18 19,921 | purpose and, all things considered, have~resources which are
19 19,932 | any way able to resist, is considered null. 2. A juridic act placed
20 20,954 | to the election are to be considered as~not having been appended.~
21 20,956 | who~is senior by age is considered elected, unless it is a
22 20,975 | judgment of the same authority, considered just with due regard for
23 21,983 | determined in the mandate is not considered to have exceeded the limits
24 22,1002| is done, the recourse~is considered rejected as if it was rejected
25 23,1038| consent and confirmation are~considered as not to have been given,
26 24,1101| procedure so that the~acts are considered null if they have not been
27 25,1189| insistence, the petition is considered as~having been accepted.~
28 25,1190| introductory~libellus is considered as having been accepted
29 25,1192| prevents its arrival is considered as having been legitimately
30 25,1221| documents are those which are considered to be~such in civil law.
31 25,1231| expedient. 2. The following are considered incapable~of giving testimony: (
32 25,1233| otherwise the petition is to be considered as abandoned.~
33 25,1269| to decree that it will be considered when the principal case
34 25,1286| grant made to one party is considered~made also to the other party.
35 25,1316| without result, the appeal is considered~abandoned.~
36 25,1318| of them, the challenge is considered made by all~of them and
37 26,1378| the civil forum, having considered the particular circumstances.
38 26,1383| the other spouse is~not considered free from the bond of marriage
39 29,1495| disqualified from acting are to be considered to be~invalidating or disqualifying.~
40 29,1499| proper meaning of~the words considered in their text and context.
41 29,1517| administrative acts are considered to~affect its validity only
42 29,1521| done; the decree is then considered to have~been communicated.
43 29,1521| mentioned in 2, the decree is considered to have been communicated.~