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   Title, Canon
1 3,51 | council; to the questions proposed by the Roman Pontiff~the 2 4,133 | one who was legitimately~proposed for or elected to office, 3 4,138 | observe the special norms proposed by the synod of bishops 4 6,159 | him who was~legitimately proposed or elected to office, if 5 7,182 | for the episcopate can be proposed only~by members of the synod 6 7,227 | not already been~elected, proposed, appointed or transferred 7 7,240 | discussed. 4. All of the proposed questions are to be submitted 8 7,286 | name as pastor a presbyter proposed by a~major superior according 9 7,305 | name the rector of a church proposed~by the superior. 3. If the 10 10,351 | faithfully to teach the doctrine proposed by it, and are to submit ( 11 10,368 | perfection which~Christ proposed to his disciples, since 12 15,598 | entrusted to the Church and~also proposed as divinely revealed either 13 15,664 | with Catholic doctrine as proposed by the Church's authentic 14 22,999 | when such a petition is proposed it is understood by the~ 15 22,1000| some way; if recourse is proposed later, the authority~who 16 22,1000| revoked. 3. If no recourse is~proposed against the decree within 17 22,1001| 1001~1. Recourse must be proposed within a peremptory period 18 22,1002| and a new recourse can be proposed against him.~ 19 23,1036| goods whose alienation~is proposed falls between the minimum 20 23,1038| whose temporal goods are proposed for alienation as well as 21 24,1118| of the trial, are to be proposed before the joinder of~issues ( 22 24,1119| 1119~1. If an exception is proposed against the competence of 23 24,1121| called litis finitae~must be proposed and adjudicated before the 24 25,1201| if no procedural act is proposed by the~parties for six months, 25 25,1267| has begun, a~question is proposed which is so pertinent to 26 25,1268| 1268~An incidental case is proposed in writing or orally before 27 25,1269| expeditiously whether the proposed incidental question seems 28 25,1279| attempt, a question is not proposed to the judge.~ 29 25,1303| of~nullity can always be proposed by way of the exception 30 25,1304| nullity in these cases~can be proposed within three months from 31 25,1306| complaint of nullity can be proposed together with an appeal~ 32 25,1317| 1206. 2. If the appeal was proposed by the~defender of the bond 33 25,1325| of~thirty days from the proposed challenge. However, within 34 26,1379| been used and an appeal is proposed, the~appellate tribunal, 35 26,1391| council after their being proposed by~the eparchial bishop; 36 28,1483| but if~both appeals are proposed, though by different parties, 37 28,1484| is still pending due to a~proposed challenge or if the accused


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