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   Title, Canon
1 3,51 | treated in a council and to establish the order to be followed 2 4,85 | Apostolic See, the patriarch can establish provinces and eparchies,~ 3 4,107 | patriarchal~Church is free to establish norms to determine how many 4 6,169 | concerning these needs,~can establish what is considered to be 5 7,182 | documents which are necessary to establish the suitability of~the candidates, 6 7,226 | for holding the office or establish any other restriction.~ 7 7,243 | the eparchial bishop can establish other offices~in the eparchial 8 7,263 | The eparchial bishop is to establish a finance council which~ 9 7,270 | the eparchial bishop must establish a new presbyteral~council. 10 7,270 | metropolitan, but he must establish a new presbyteral council 11 7,271 | The eparchial bishop must establish a college of eparchial~consultors 12 7,276 | presbyteral council, to establish,~change and suppress this 13 7,291 | presbyteral council, to establish regulations which provide 14 9,322 | and, if the statutes so establish,~other local hierarchs of 15 10,337 | Furthermore, they are to establish the manner of~appointment 16 10,374 | for the particular law to establish suitable~means for pursuing 17 12,570 | Canon 570~Particular law can establish other kinds of ascetics 18 14,585 | council of hierarchs is to establish a commission to foster a~ 19 14,592 | characteristics and culture; to establish, according to the needs,~ 20 15,631 | the right of the Church to establish and~supervise schools of 21 15,657 | required and suffices to~establish their correspondence with 22 16,709 | of hierarchs is free to establish appropriate norms,~according 23 16,776 | irrevocable~personal consent establish between themselves a partnership 24 16,792 | Church sui iuris will not establish a~diriment impediment, unless 25 16,792 | authority, however, can establish diriment impediments.~ 26 16,800 | any Church sui iuris to establish an older~age for the licit 27 16,815 | each Church sui iuris is to establish the~manner in which these 28 16,817 | accept~each other in order to establish marriage. 2. No human power~ 29 16,880 | authority of the Church can establish,~transfer or suppress feast 30 16,880 | iuris which is competent to~establish particular law can constitute, 31 20,936 | authority which is competent to establish an office, can also modify 32 23,1021| necessary, each eparchy is to establish a general fund~according 33 24,1063| 1063~1. The patriarch is to establish an ordinary tribunal for 34 24,1067| unable for various reasons to~establish his own tribunal; within 35 24,1068| agree among themselves to establish a common tribunal to adjudicate 36 24,1068| bishops are to see~that they establish a common tribunal. 3. The 37 24,1125| 1125~If the law does not establish time limits for positing 38 25,1244| judge, first of all, is to establish the identity of the~witness; 39 25,1255| are required in~order to establish some fact or to clarify 40 27,1405| penalty, particular law can establish~in its place a determinate 41 28,1485| iudicata, in no way does it establish the right of the injured~ 42 29,1500| Canon 1500~Laws which establish a penalty or restrict the


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