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   Title, Canon
1 2,32 | of the Apostolic See is presumed, provided that the eparchial 2 7,200 | express or at least reasonably presumed consent of the eparchial 3 7,290 | by permission, at least presumed, of the pastor himself.~ 4 7,308 | the permission, at least presumed, of the rector of the~church 5 10,386 | the permission, at~least presumed, of their local hierarch. 6 12,529 | is lawfully proven, it is presumed that~the member acquires 7 16,677 | serious reason is lawfully presumed. 2. In case of necessity, 8 16,722 | and also~with at least the presumed permission of the rector 9 16,739 | sacrament~with at least the presumed permission of those mentioned, 10 16,740 | or~the use of reason, are presumed to want this sacrament to 11 16,803 | of the marriage is to be presumed, according to the norm of 12 16,824 | internal consent of the mind is presumed to be in agreement with 13 16,827 | consent which was furnished is presumed to continue~until its revocation 14 16,863 | affection. Tacit condonation is presumed if the innocent spouse continued 15 19,909 | the seventh year one is presumed to have the use of reason. 16 19,931 | its~external elements is presumed to be valid.~ 17 21,990 | delegated to several persons is presumed to~have been delegated to 18 23,1016| of any~juridic person are presumed to be given to that juridic 19 24,1095| instance, such intervention is presumed to be necessary in a further 20 25,1207| proof: (1) matters~which are presumed by the law itself; (2) facts 21 25,1274| obey the new citation, is~presumed to have renounced the suit; ( 22 25,1318| evidence to the~contrary, it is presumed that an appeal is made against 23 26,1383| until after a~declaration of presumed death is made by the eparchial 24 27,1414| precept has occurred, it is~presumed that it was a deliberate 25 27,1414| laws or precepts this is presumed~only if the law or precept 26 27,1465| function~in the Church, has presumed to induce any member of 27 29,1497| concerning another is not presumed; it is presumed about a 28 29,1497| another is not presumed; it is presumed about a fact concerning 29 29,1503| pre-existent law is not~presumed, but later laws are to be 30 29,1519| happens, the request is presumed to be negative as if the 31 29,1533| Canon 1532~1. A privilege is presumed to be perpetual. 2. A privilege~


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