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   Title, Canon
1 1,26 | associations, must take account~of the common good of the 2 4,131 | patriarchal Church must account as soon as~possible for 3 4,140 | of~the time, taking into account the common good of its own 4 7,231 | eparchial bishop~can require an account of his administration.~ 5 7,232 | ecclesiastical goods which on account of the vacancy of the eparchial 6 7,232 | finance officer must give an account~of his administration to 7 7,248 | bishop has been chosen on account of his personal qualifications.~ 8 7,262 | eparchial~finance officer must account for his or her administration 9 7,262 | bishop is to examine the account presented by the eparchial 10 7,263 | eparchy as well as examine the account of~revenues and expenses 11 7,268 | represented, taking into account especially the different 12 7,291 | to be put~into the parish account unless it is obvious that 13 7,297 | eparchial bishop, taking into account the norms of particular 14 7,299 | administrator is to render an account to the pastor.~ 15 10,333 | one Church sui iuris, on account of special circumstances 16 10,344 | institute, having taken into account any earlier formation.~ 17 10,349 | therefore, having~taken into account the wisdom both of the ancient 18 10,390 | provided, is to be taken into account. 2. They also have the~right 19 11,402 | the~gospel and take into account the doctrine set forth by 20 12,450 | of a serious penalty on account of a crime of which they 21 12,505 | called clerical when, on account of the object or purpose 22 12,545 | consent of the council, on account of special circumstances, 23 12,547 | infirmity was contracted on account of the~negligence of the 24 13,582 | association must render an account of its administration each 25 15,621 | Churches~is to be taken into account, so that the biblical and 26 16,762 | which he~must render an account until he becomes free by 27 16,762 | administration and has rendered an account~of it; (8) a neophyte, unless 28 19,934 | present be sought, taking into account 2, n. 3. 2. ~When the law 29 23,1031| is to publicly render an account, in the manner provided 30 23,1031| would be harmed by such an account.~ 31 23,1045| executors must render him an account concerning the~performance 32 27,1410| way possible, taking into account always~his vested right


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