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   Title, Canon
1 10,394 | ordination never becomes invalid. A cleric, however, loses 2 12,466 | are contrary to~the vows invalid if the acts can be nullified.~ 3 12,467 | time is by the law itself invalid. ~2. As soon as the profession 4 12,529 | the vows unlawful, but not invalid. 2. This profession does 5 16,730 | sin against chastity in invalid~except in danger of death.~ 6 16,785 | means every danger of an~invalid or illicit celebration of 7 16,790 | still renders the marriage invalid.~ 8 16,802 | if the first marriage is invalid or~dissolved for any reason, 9 16,808 | consanguinity marriage is invalid between all ancestors and 10 16,808 | consanguinity, marriage is invalid up to and including the~ 11 16,810 | propriety arises: (1) from an invalid marriage after common life 12 16,820 | person renders marriage invalid. 2. ~Error concerning a 13 16,825 | Canon 825~A marriage is invalid if it is entered into due 14 16,843 | convalidate a marriage which is invalid due to a diriment~impediment, 15 16,846 | 846~1. A marriage which is invalid due to a defect of consent 16 16,847 | 847~A marriage which is invalid due to a defect of form 17 16,848 | The radical sanation of an invalid marriage is its convalidation 18 16,850 | Canon 850~1. An invalid marriage can be sanated 19 16,850 | 2. A marriage which is invalid~due to an impediment of 20 19,933 | condition sine qua non is invalid; otherwise it is valid, 21 19,934 | action of the superior is invalid if the superior does not 22 19,934 | action of the superior~is invalid if the superior does not 23 20,943 | vacant is by~that very fact invalid, and a subsequent vacancy 24 20,948 | overlooked, the~election is invalid by the law itself, unless 25 20,951 | or else the election is invalid by the law itself.~ 26 20,952 | whatever the election is invalid by the law itself.~ 27 20,954 | free; therefore, a vote~is invalid if an elector has been coerced 28 20,955 | of electors the vote is invalid. 4. The ballots are to be 29 20,959 | placed by such a person are invalid.~ 30 20,963 | it is by the law itself invalid and the group is deprived 31 20,968 | substantial error or~simony is invalid by the law itself.~ 32 23,1024| not held to answer for the invalid acts of its administrators.~ 33 23,1035| which the alienation is invalid. 2. Other safeguards prescribed 34 24,1109| objection, the acts are invalid.~ 35 24,1118| which can render a sentence invalid can be introduced as an 36 24,1171| Canon 1171~A compromise is invalid if: (1) the norms determined 37 25,1307| officio retract or amend an invalid~sentence which he has pronounced, 38 25,1341| sources that the sentence is~invalid or manifestly unjust according 39 29,1524| formalities, the execution is invalid.~ 40 29,1537| superior to him, it is also invalid. 2. The spiritual good of


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