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   Title, Canon
1 7,215 | Without prejudice~to the prescription of 1, the eparchial bishop 2 10,336 | with due regard for the prescription of can.~734.~ 3 12,488 | different one shall observe the prescription of the typicon of~the monastery 4 19,916 | with due~regard for the prescription of can. 101; if, however, 5 19,921 | mission either by actual prescription of the~law or by a special 6 21,990 | according to the established~prescription of collegial acts, unless 7 23,1017| 1017~The Church also admits prescription for temporal goods, according~ 8 23,1018| private persons by means of prescription, but they may not be used 9 24,1063| reserved to~this tribunal by a prescription of particular law.~ 10 24,1081| Canon 1081~Unless a prescription of the law blocks this, 11 24,1136| their own offenses or~at the prescription of the judge; in all other 12 24,1150| action is terminated through prescription in accordance~with the norm 13 24,1152| competent authority and by prescription. 2. A penal action is extinguished 14 24,1152| action is extinguished by prescription after~three years, unless 15 24,1152| determined another period for prescription. ~3. Prescription runs from 16 24,1152| period for prescription. ~3. Prescription runs from the day on which 17 24,1153| penalty is extinguished by prescription if the guilty party has 18 24,1154| has been extinguished by prescription: ~(1) any contentious action 19 25,1194| one delegating ceases; (4) prescription is interrupted unless otherwise 20 25,1229| With due regard for the prescription of~can. 1231 the following 21 25,1236| With due regard for the prescription of can. 1231, a party can~ 22 25,1255| some thing by reason of a prescription of the law or a judge.~ 23 25,1273| with due regard for the prescription of can.~1283; however the 24 25,1290| with due regard for the prescription of can.~1269, 1.~ 25 25,1304| of judges contrary to~the prescription of can. 1084; (2) it does 26 25,1309| with due regard for the prescription~of can. 1310.~ 27 25,1320| With due regard for the prescription of can. 1369, a new~basis 28 25,1322| With due regard for the prescription of can. 1324, a res iudicata~ 29 25,1326| harmed the~other; (4) a prescription of the law which is not 30 25,1337| with due regard for the prescription of can. 1328. 2. The~judge 31 26,1364| with due regard for the prescription~of can. 1240; (2) to inspect 32 26,1366| useless; in~other cases the prescription of can. 1255 is to be observed.~ 33 29,1501| penal matter, if an express prescription of universal or particular 34 29,1502| of the former law. 2. ~A prescription of the common law, unless 35 29,1535| if there~is a legitimate prescription or tacit renunciation.~ 36 30 | TITLE 30~Prescription and the Computation of Time 37 30 | 1540~The Church accepts prescription as it exists in the civil 38 30,1541| Canon 1541~No prescription has any effect which is 39 30,1541| of~the time required for prescription with due regard for the 40 30,1541| with due regard for the prescription of can. 1152.~ 41 30,1542| Canon 1542~Not subject to prescription are: (1) rights and obligations~


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