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   Title, Canon
1 6,165 | Canon 165~1. All bishops lawfully called to the council of 2 7,230 | Canon 230~Unless otherwise lawfully provided: (1) the administrator 3 7,280 | presbyteral council. 3. A lawfully established~parish is a 4 12,414 | typicon or statutes, when lawfully requested from him, in single 5 12,415 | hierarch~even if they have lawfully left and have returned to 6 12,437 | prejudice to the conditions lawfully stipulated in~the document 7 12,473 | typicon: (1) who are~not lawfully prevented take part daily 8 12,493 | secular~life that has been lawfully granted and communicated 9 12,503 | Canon 503~1. One who lawfully departs or who was lawfully 10 12,503 | lawfully departs or who was lawfully dismissed from~the monastery 11 12,507 | even of patriarchal right, lawfully erected, although consisting 12 12,507 | patriarchal or eparchial right, lawfully erected, although consisting 13 12,517 | observed. 2. No one is admitted lawfully to the novitiate of a religious 14 12,529 | unless the contrary is lawfully proven, it is presumed that~ 15 12,558 | its provinces and houses, lawfully erected, are~by the law 16 12,567 | their provinces and houses, lawfully~erected, are by the law 17 13,580 | but if he has already been lawfully enrolled, he~should be declared 18 13,582 | Canon 582~A lawfully established and approved 19 16,677 | for a serious reason is lawfully presumed. 2. In case of 20 16,681 | them, or the person who lawfully takes their~place, consent. 21 16,696 | other Churches sui iuris, he lawfully~acts if they are his subjects, 22 16,696 | subjects, or those whom he lawfully baptizes~in virtue of another 23 23,1008| juridic person which has lawfully acquired them.~ 24 23,1020| regards the temporal goods lawfully possessed by a juridic person, 25 23,1044| death, once they have been lawfully accepted,~are to be scrupulously 26 23,1048| his consent until he has lawfully established~that the juridic 27 27,1444| knowingly to a judge who~lawfully questioned him, or has concealed


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