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   Title, Canon
1 3,52 | council with a deliberative vote. 2. The supreme~authority 2 4,66 | patriarchal Church enjoy an active vote. ~2. It is forbidden for 3 4,102 | restrict their deliberative vote, with due regard for the 4 6,164 | bishops have a deliberative vote in the council of~hierarchs; 5 6,164 | sui iuris can~have this vote if this is expressly established 6 6,165 | who have a deliberative vote and who~are present in the 7 6,166 | who have a deliberative vote and who are present.~ 8 7,183 | ballots, because of a tied vote, it is not established who 9 7,186 | Apostolic See, can~request the vote of the bishops by letter. 10 7,238 | even~grant the right to vote. 3. Some observers from 11 7,263 | have only a consultative vote, unless expressly required 12 9,322 | members enjoying deliberative vote as well as approved by~the 13 9,322 | even if passed by unanimous~vote, which in any way whatever 14 19,924 | the tie with his~or her vote; (2) however, if acquired 15 20,949 | convocation have the right to vote; the faculty of voting by~ 16 20,950 | person has the right to vote in his or her own name by~ 17 20,951 | one can be permitted to vote who is not a member of the 18 20,953 | person is ineligible to vote: (1) who is incapable of~ 19 20,953 | above has been admitted, the vote is null but the election 20 20,953 | that by subtracting that vote the~person elected did not 21 20,954 | Canon 954~1. A vote is null, unless it is: ( 22 20,954 | 1) free; therefore, a vote~is invalid if an elector 23 20,954 | grave fear or by fraud to vote for a certain person or 24 20,954 | Conditions~appended to a vote prior to the election are 25 20,955 | the number of electors the vote is invalid. 4. The ballots 26 20,961 | whom they prefer, they can vote to postulate such a~person 27 24,1085| its decisions by majority vote; this is for validity in 28 24,1179| to be given by majority vote. ~2. If the matter allows


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