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   Title, Canon
1 2,36 | same Church or a priest delegated by either~of them and two 2 8,320 | faculties, whether ordinary or delegated which the exarch had,~unless 3 10,395 | ministries,~functions and any delegated power.~ 4 21,981 | office by the law itself; delegated power is that which~is granted 5 21,982 | by the prescriptions for~delegated power. 2. However, unless 6 21,983 | who~claims to have been delegated. 2. A delegate who exceeds 7 21,983 | A delegate who acts in delegated matters in a~manner other 8 21,985 | authority cannot be validly delegated, unless otherwise explicitly 9 21,985 | prescribed by law and~cannot be delegated, except to carry out acts 10 21,988 | Ordinary executive power can be delegated either for a~single act 11 21,988 | otherwise. 2. Executive power delegated by the Apostolic See~or 12 21,988 | prohibited. 3. If executive power delegated by another authority having 13 21,988 | having ordinary power was delegated for all cases,~it can be 14 21,988 | cases; if, however, it~is delegated for a single act or for 15 21,989 | executive power as well as power delegated for all cases~is to be broadly 16 21,989 | person who has received delegated power is understood to have 17 21,990 | Canon 990~1. Executive power delegated to several persons is presumed 18 21,990 | is presumed to~have been delegated to them individually. 2. 19 21,990 | several persons have been delegated individually to transact 20 21,990 | several persons have been delegated to transact some business 21 21,992 | Canon 992~1. Delegated power ceases by fulfillment 22 21,992 | the grant. 2. An act of delegated power which is exercised~ 23 22,997 | against those who act by delegated power,~recourse is made 24 24,1059| Apostolic See or through~judges delegated by him. 2. This recourse 25 24,1102| delegation~states otherwise, a delegated judge may utilize the assistance 26 24,1107| of either an ordinary or delegated tribunal, even if he is 27 24,1157| was filed even if he were delegated for~only one case or was 28 25,1194| 3) the jurisdiction of a delegated~judge is firmly established 29 25,1312| cannot appeal to the one who delegated him but to his~immediate 30 27,1420| remitting~of the penalty is delegated to the patriarch or to others.~ 31 27,1433| ecclesiastical pensions and any delegated power; he becomes disqualified


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