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1 Prel,2 | the most part the ancient~law of the Eastern Churches 2 Prel,2 | mainly according to that law.~ 3 1,24 | accordance with the norm of law. 2. ~The Christian faithful 4 1,24 | the prescriptions of the law to be applied with equity. 5 1,24 | accordance with the norm of law.~ 6 2,27 | according to~the norm of law which the supreme authority 7 2,29 | due regard for particular law established by the~Apostolic 8 2,30 | due regard for particular law established by the~Apostolic 9 2,34 | fourteen years old by the law itself are enrolled in the 10 2,40 | something is excused by the law.~ 11 3,46 | according~to the norm of law established by the Roman 12 3,48 | otherwise prescribed by the law or the nature of the matter 13 3,53 | it is interrupted by the law itself until a new Roman~ 14 4,56 | according to the norm of law~approved by the supreme 15 4,64 | delineated in particular~law, always with due regard 16 4,65 | longer term~in particular law, but not, however, beyond 17 4,67 | established~otherwise by common law.~ 18 4,70 | Canon 70~Unless particular law establishes otherwise, the 19 4,71 | to the norm of particular law. 2. ~All who are present 20 4,72 | votes, unless~particular law establishes that after an 21 4,77 | with the~full effects of law. 2. The patriarch is not 22 4,78 | the common or particular law approved by the Roman~Pontiff 23 4,80 | according to the norm of law; (3) to exercise the rights 24 4,82 | observed in applying the law or urge the observance of 25 4,82 | urge the observance of a law; (2) direct instructions 26 4,83 | determined by particular law. 2. ~For serious reasons 27 4,84 | the assemblies provided by law, with the patriarchs and 28 4,86 | bishops, and, if particular law thus stipulates, also to~ 29 4,86 | ordination. 2. By virtue of the law itself the faculty~is given 30 4,86 | within the term stipulated by law; the patriarchal letter 31 4,89 | according to the norm of law over all clerics; if it~ 32 4,89 | according to the norm of law. 2. The patriarch can~commit 33 4,89 | superior, unless particular law of the patriarchal Church 34 4,94 | established by particular law.~ 35 4,98 | are not~contrary to the law established by the Apostolic 36 4,102 | titular bishops, particular law can restrict their deliberative 37 4,102 | to the norm of particular law or with the consent~of the 38 4,106 | persons established~by common law. 2. Moreover the synod of 39 4,106 | annually, if particular law determines it.~ 40 4,107 | 107~1. Unless particular law requires more and with due 41 4,107 | to acquire the~force of law; otherwise, can. 924 must 42 4,110 | certain actions or common law~reserves some actions to 43 4,111 | matters established by common law. 3. ~Acts regarding laws 44 4,114 | other commissions which by law are~attached to the patriarchal 45 4,120 | decided for which~common law requires the consent or 46 4,122 | determined by particular law; during the tenure he cannot 47 4,124 | established by him, unless the law provides otherwise.~ 48 4,127 | Canon 127~Unless particular law determines otherwise, during 49 4,128 | by common or particular law, or by an instruction of~ 50 4,133 | granted to~him by common law, is: (1) to ordain and enthrone 51 4,133 | within the time determined by law with due regard~for can. 52 4,133 | the time~established by law, and also to appoint the 53 4,142 | assembly~is suspended by the law itself until the new patriarch 54 4,143 | faculties of theology and~Canon law, which are located inside 55 4,150 | liturgical, have the force of law everywhere in the world; 56 4,150 | they have the force of law inside the territorial~boundaries 57 4,150 | can attribute the force of law to~disciplinary laws and 58 4,150 | they~have the force of law everywhere in the world.~ ~ 59 5,152 | What is stated in common law concerning patriarchal Churches 60 5,152 | archbishops, unless the common law expressly~provides otherwise 61 6,155 | according to the~norm of law. 2. It is solely the right 62 6,157 | according to the~norm of law over the bishops and other 63 6,159 | attributed to him by common law or~particular law established 64 6,159 | common law or~particular law established by the Roman 65 6,159 | within the time determined by law; (2) to convoke the~council 66 6,159 | according to the norm of law, to prepare~useful questions 67 6,159 | the time established by law and also to appoint the 68 6,164 | established in particular~law.~ 69 6,166 | 166~1. Unless particular law requires a greater attendance, 70 6,167 | those cases in which common law~remits the matter to the 71 6,167 | matter to the particular law of a Church sui iuris. ~ 72 6,167 | administrative acts which by common law are committed to~the superior 73 6,170 | it or matters of common~law which are reserved to this 74 6,174 | according to the norm of common law and particular~law established 75 6,174 | common law and particular~law established by the Roman 76 6,176 | Canon 176~If common law remits something to particular 77 6,176 | something to particular law or to the superior administrative 78 6,176 | according to the norm of law with the consent of the 79 7,181 | otherwise provided in common law. 2. Other~bishops are appointed 80 7,182 | to the norm of particular law, collect information~and 81 7,182 | synod. 3. Unless particular law approved by~the Roman Pontiff 82 7,186 | to the~norm of particular law, or, lacking this, by the 83 7,187 | according to the norm of law.~ 84 7,192 | according to the norm of law.~ 85 7,194 | the norm of the particular~law of their own Church sui 86 7,196 | the prescriptions of the~law concerning the ministry 87 7,198 | prescribed by the particular law of his own~Church sui iuris.~ 88 7,203 | according~to the norm of the law.~ 89 7,204 | established by particular law according to~the tradition 90 7,205 | in the cases expressed in law.~ 91 7,213 | are established in common law, a coadjutor bishop also 92 7,213 | are established by common law.~ 93 7,215 | others, those things~which by law require a special mandate. 94 7,220 | provided by the particular law of the patriarchal~Church 95 7,220 | limits established by common~law.~ 96 7,221 | that authority which common law accords to a protosyncellus; ( 97 7,222 | eparchial~see becomes by the law itself, the administrator 98 7,224 | conferred upon him by the law; this authority is to~be 99 7,224 | See or by~the particular law of his own patriarchal Church.~ 100 7,227 | appointed are null by the law~itself.~ 101 7,229 | eparchial bishop, unless the law provides otherwise~or it 102 7,230 | established by particular law or determined by lawful 103 7,230 | prescriptions~of the particular law which define the manner 104 7,233 | eparchial~bishop. By the law itself, the priest enjoys 105 7,237 | assembly is suspended by the law itself until the new eparchial 106 7,238 | established by particular~law; (8) some deacons elected 107 7,238 | the norms of particular law; (9) superiors of monasteries 108 7,238 | established by particular law; (10) lay people elected 109 7,242 | authority which the particular law of his~Church sui iuris 110 7,244 | manner determined by the law or by the eparchial~bishop; ( 111 7,244 | manner determined by the law or by the eparchial bishop.~ 112 7,245 | according to the norm of common~law, assists the eparchial bishop 113 7,246 | of persons, have by the law itself the~authority which 114 7,246 | the~authority which common law attributes to the protosyncellus.~ 115 7,247 | presbyters unless the particular~law of their Church sui iuris 116 7,248 | expressly determined by common law, the~protosyncellus in the 117 7,248 | or to others or which by law require his own special 118 7,252 | established by the particular law, is to see~that the acts 119 7,252 | vice-chancellor are by the law itself notaries of the eparchial~ 120 7,262 | determined by particular law; he is not to be removed 121 7,262 | administrator designated by the law. 4. The eparchial~finance 122 7,263 | even if possible, in civil law,~appointed by the eparchial 123 7,263 | provided by the particular law of his Church sui iuris, 124 7,263 | finance officer is, by the law~itself, a member of the 125 7,263 | expressly required by common law in special~cases or if the 126 7,263 | functions given to it in common law,~the finance council is 127 7,264 | according to the norm of the law, assists the eparchial bishop 128 7,265 | prejudice to the norm of common law~and the particular law of 129 7,265 | common law~and the particular law of its own Church sui iuris.~ 130 7,266 | the~norm of the particular law of their Church sui iuris; ( 131 7,269 | expressly determined~by common law he must consult them; however 132 7,269 | expressly determined by common law with due regard~for the 133 7,271 | functions determined by law. 2. ~The college of eparchial 134 7,271 | ordination. 6. Whenever~the law establishes that the eparchial 135 7,276 | functions determined by law. 2. It belongs to the eparchial~ 136 7,277 | regard to the particular law of his own Church sui iuris, 137 7,277 | determined by particular law. 3. For a~just cause, the 138 7,278 | bestowed upon him by particular law it is the right and obligation 139 7,280 | a juridic person by the law itself.~ 140 7,283 | parish and are not exempt by~law, except for a grave cause.~ 141 7,284 | determined by the particular law of the~proper Church sui 142 7,284 | required; (4) the particular law of his~Church sui iuris 143 7,285 | gifts which are~required by law in order to fulfill the 144 7,287 | however, if the particular law of the Church sui iuris 145 7,287 | presbyters; the~same particular law is to determine accurately 146 7,288 | to the norm of~particular law.~ 147 7,294 | prescribed by the particular law of his~Church sui iuris.~ 148 7,295 | norms of the particular law of its own Church sui iuris.~ 149 7,296 | norms of the~particular law of its own Church sui iuris 150 7,296 | the norms of particular law.~ 151 7,297 | the norms of particular law of his own Church sui iuris, 152 7,302 | the common and particular law as well as from the letters 153 7,308 | according to the norms of the law.~ 154 7,309 | the liturgical books and law, that obligations are~faithfully 155 8,313 | 313~What is said in the law concerning eparchies or 156 8,316 | the ordinary norms of the law.~ 157 8,319 | Exarchs are bound by the law concerning the eparchial 158 8,319 | must seek as often~as the law states that the eparchial 159 8,321 | episcopal dignity. 2. Particular law is to be~followed in determining 160 10,326 | according to the norm of the law.~ 161 10,327 | governed~only by the particular law of their own Church sui 162 10,329 | endeavors. 2. Particular law is~to provide that either 163 10,330 | clerics, in which the common law is more precisely~set forth 164 10,330 | Faithfully observing common law and keeping in mind the 165 10,331 | to the~norm of particular law, others also can be instructed 166 10,335 | a juridic person by the~law itself. 2. The rector of 167 10,335 | matters unless particular law or the statutes of~the seminary 168 10,353 | to the norm of particular law, there are to be exercises 169 10,357 | well as, if~the particular law so states, to the patriarchal 170 10,357 | Church itself,~unless the law has expressly stated otherwise.~ 171 10,358 | the~norm of the particular law of his own Church sui iuris, 172 10,360 | move the cleric is by the law itself enrolled in~the host 173 10,365 | reasons. 2. If the particular law of the Church sui~iuris 174 10,365 | determined by the same particular law.~ 175 10,366 | according to the norm of the law. 2. The eparchial bishop 176 10,369 | prescriptions of the particular law.~ 177 10,371 | fulfilled the requirements of law, clerics have the~right 178 10,374 | it is for the particular law to establish suitable~means 179 10,377 | according to the~particular law of their own Church sui 180 10,378 | the norm of the particular law clerics are to celebrate 181 10,381 | and are not prohibited by law from~receiving them. 3. 182 10,381 | in ways~provided by the law.~ 183 10,382 | in detail~by particular law, and also to avoid those 184 10,384 | bishop or,~if particular law so states, of the patriarch 185 10,385 | authority defined by particular law or by the Apostolic See. 186 10,386 | determined by particular law without the permission, 187 10,387 | Canon 387~Particular law is to be observed in regard 188 10,390 | the norm of the particular law.~ 189 10,392 | determined by the~particular law.~ 190 10,395 | according to the norm of~the law, loses with it the rights 191 10,395 | and 735,~2; he is by the law itself deprived of all offices, 192 11,403 | according to the norms of law.~ 193 11,408 | lay persons are by common law admitted, they may be also~ 194 11,408 | persons by the particular law of their own Church. 3. ~ 195 11,409 | the prescriptions of civil law; they likewise have a right 196 12,413 | religious discipline, unless law provides otherwise, directly~ 197 12,414 | accordance with the norm of law,~except those which had 198 12,415 | without prejudice to common law and with observance of the 199 12,422 | cases prescribed by the law they are obliged to seek 200 12,422 | can. 934. 2. Particular law shall provide whether in 201 12,423 | legitimately erected, are by the law~itself juridic persons. 202 12,425 | 1007-1054, unless common law provides otherwise or it 203 12,427 | clerics are obliged by common law, unless the law provides 204 12,427 | by common law, unless the law provides otherwise or it 205 12,441 | determined in the common law and the typicon. 2. Superiors~ 206 12,441 | expressly granted to them in law or by the authority to which~ 207 12,441 | is determined by common law, the power of the president 208 12,448 | impediment~established by the law.~ 209 12,452 | impediment established in law. 2. Likewise, parents~whose 210 12,463 | profession according to common law.~ 211 12,465 | is prescribed in common law for temporary profession 212 12,467 | before this time is by the law itself invalid. ~2. As soon 213 12,467 | effective also in civil law.~ 214 12,469 | profession, a member loses by the law itself whatever offices 215 12,469 | with the full effects of~law.~ 216 12,477 | monastery subject to the~law of enclosure shall be clearly 217 12,493 | member carries with it by the law itself, unless it was repudiated~ 218 12,494 | enrolled in the eparchy by the law itself; in the other case, 219 12,495 | punished according the norm of law, even with dismissal.~ 220 12,496 | life, unless particular law reserves this~to the patriarch 221 12,497 | from the monastery by the~law itself, who: (1) has publicly 222 12,498 | progresses in accordance with the law, or shall defer the matter 223 12,499 | patriarch if particular law decrees it for monasteries 224 12,502 | profession cease by the law itself; and if the member 225 12,504 | own force according to the~law.~ 226 12,511 | is determined in common law and the statutes. ~2. In 227 12,529 | professed become vacant by the law itself.~ 228 12,530 | which also is valid in civil law.~ 229 12,531 | incorporated with full effects of law in the religious order or 230 12,534 | otherwise provided by common law;~(2) the major superior 231 12,550 | according to~the norm of law or even dismissed.~ 232 12,554 | due regard to particular law~established by the Apostolic 233 12,554 | canonical effects unless the law provides otherwise or it 234 12,558 | lawfully erected, are~by the law itself juridic persons according 235 12,561 | prescribed for clerics by common law, unless the law provides~ 236 12,561 | by common law, unless the law provides~otherwise or it 237 12,567 | lawfully~erected, are by the law itself juridic persons, 238 12,569 | reserved to the particular law of each Church sui iuris 239 12,570 | Canon 570~Particular law can establish other kinds 240 12,570 | under norms of particular law.~ 241 12,572 | governed only by the particular~law of their own Church sui 242 13,573 | regulated only by particular law with due regard for can. 243 13,578 | with~the norm of common law and the statutes of the 244 13,580 | hierarch in virtue of~the law itself.~ 245 13,581 | with the~norm of common law and the statutes.~ 246 13,583 | according to the~norm of law, besides by the Apostolic 247 14,584 | sacred art, in particular law, and, in~short, the whole 248 14,585 | the norms of the common law, the Gospel is~preached 249 14,587 | responsibility of the particular law to~enact regulations by 250 14,591 | be provided by particular law.~ 251 15,596 | according to the norm of~law, both by those who have 252 15,608 | according to the norm of~law; the other faithful, according 253 15,609 | in keeping with common law.~ 254 15,610 | faculty, unless particular law has determined otherwise. 255 15,614 | according to norm of particular law, also to a~deacon.~ 256 15,632 | not considered Catholic in law unless it was established 257 15,653 | It is for the particular law to lay down more detailed 258 15,654 | 654~The norms of common law on books apply also to any 259 15,662 | stated otherwise in the law, either~by the author's 260 15,663 | ecclesiastical approval by~law, the approval legitimately 261 15,666 | under the~protection of the law whether as the expression 262 15,666 | Under~the protection of law are the texts of laws and 263 15,666 | issued in the particular law of~each Church sui iuris, 264 16,670 | to the norm of particular law of his own~Church sui iuris.~ 265 16,671 | and 4, norms of particular law are to be enacted only after 266 16,674 | Church sui iuris, unless the law establishes otherwise or 267 16,677 | due regard for particular law, the proper pastor of the 268 16,683 | according to the norm of~law the person to be baptized 269 16,685 | age required by particular law and lead a life in harmony~ 270 16,687 | prescriptions of particular law or with the permission of 271 16,689 | due regard for~particular law.~ 272 16,693 | due regard for particular law which reserves this power 273 16,697 | norms of the particular law of the each Church sui iuris.~ 274 16,699 | liturgical books or particular law, and do so~more fully if 275 16,708 | custom or by particular law of their own Church sui 276 16,709 | Eucharist or if the particular law of his own Church sui iuris 277 16,722 | 2. All bishops by the law itself can administer the 278 16,722 | conferred either~by the law itself or by a special grant 279 16,736 | prescriptions of particular~law. 2. Due to infirmity or 280 16,741 | sacrament, unless the particular law of the Church sui iuris 281 16,745 | according to the norm of law to~the Roman Pontiff, patriarch 282 16,749 | bishop,~unless particular law of a patriarchal Church, 283 16,751 | testimonials~which are required by law have been obtained.~ 284 16,755 | recourse to the norm of law.~ 285 16,756 | according to the norm of law of receiving them.~ 286 16,758 | 3) the age prescribed by law; (4) the required~knowledge; ( 287 16,758 | to the~norm of particular law of each Church sui iuris; ( 288 16,758 | prescribed by particular law. 2. It is furthermore required 289 16,758 | 762. 3. The particular law of each Church sui~iuris 290 16,759 | due regard for particular law requiring~an older age in 291 16,759 | the age required by common law is reserved to~the patriarch, 292 16,764 | established by particular law; custom introducing a new 293 16,764 | impediment established by common law is~reprobated.~ 294 16,771 | to the norm of particular law. 2. All the Christian faithful~ 295 16,772 | determined by particular law.~ 296 16,778 | who are not prohibited by~law.~ 297 16,779 | enjoys the favor of the law; consequently, in doubt, 298 16,780 | regulated not only by divine law but also by canon law,~with 299 16,780 | divine law but also by canon law,~with due regard for the 300 16,780 | 2. In addition to~divine law, marriage between a Catholic 301 16,780 | also regulated by: (1) the law proper to the Church~or 302 16,780 | has its own matrimonial law; (2) the law that binds~ 303 16,780 | matrimonial law; (2) the law that binds~the non-Catholic, 304 16,780 | community, if proper matrimonial law is lacking.~ 305 16,781 | is to be concern for the law by~which the parties were 306 16,781 | prescribed or admitted by the law to which the parties were 307 16,782 | governed by the~particular law of each Church sui iuris. 308 16,784 | Canon 784~In the particular law of each Church sui iuris, 309 16,789 | the other cases defined by law, without the permission 310 16,789 | according to the norms of civil law; (3) ~a marriage of a person 311 16,792 | Canon 792~The particular law of any Church sui iuris 312 16,795 | impediments of ecclesiastical law except those which follow: ( 313 16,796 | impediment of~ecclesiastical law, whether public or occult, 314 16,800 | power of~the particular law of any Church sui iuris 315 16,801 | either by reason of doubt of law or of a doubt of fact, the 316 16,815 | Canon 815~The particular law of each Church sui iuris 317 16,827 | of marriage required~by law, the consent which was furnished 318 16,829 | is a subject. 3. By the law itself, the~patriarch is 319 16,829 | the other requirements of law.~ 320 16,831 | unless~either particular law determines otherwise or 321 16,832 | according to the norm of law without grave inconvenience, 322 16,834 | of marriage prescribed by law~is to be observed if at 323 16,834 | of marriage~prescribed by law is to be observed only for 324 16,834 | the other requirements of law.~ 325 16,835 | of marriage required by law is reserved to the Apostolic 326 16,837 | proxy unless the particular law of one's own Church sui 327 16,838 | established in the particular law of each Church sui iuris.~ 328 16,845 | of marriage required by law. 2. If the impediment is 329 16,846 | of marriage required by law.~ 330 16,847 | of marriage required by law must be contracted anew 331 16,848 | of marriage required by law, it if was not observed, 332 16,850 | an impediment of divine law cannot be sanated validly~ 333 16,852 | of marriage required by~law or some impediment from 334 16,852 | an impediment of divine law which has now~ceased, a 335 16,854 | received baptism by the law itself when a new marriage~ 336 16,859 | to the form prescribed by law while observing the other~ 337 16,859 | the other~requirements of law. 3. After considering the 338 16,861 | enjoys the favor~of the law.~ 339 16,864 | delay. 2. In the particular~law of individual Churches sui 340 16,867 | norms of the particular law of the individual Church 341 16,868 | established otherwise by common law.~ 342 16,870 | expressly established by common law.~ 343 16,875 | unless they are deprived~by law, must be given an ecclesiastical 344 16,879 | to the norm of particular~law.~ 345 16,880 | to~establish particular law can constitute, transfer 346 16,880 | except for the particular law of a Church sui~iuris approved 347 16,882 | established by the particular law of their Church sui iuris.~ 348 16,886 | established by the particular law of each~Church sui iuris.~ 349 16,889 | unless they are prohibited by law. ~3. A vow made through 350 16,889 | or fraud is null by~the law itself. 4. A vow is public 351 16,895 | in cases established~by law, otherwise it produces no 352 17,898 | place, or if the particular law provides for it,~also to 353 17,898 | forbidden by particular law.~ 354 18,904 | special norms of~particular law; the Apostolic Roman See 355 19,910 | minors by divine or canon law are exempt~from their power; 356 19,910 | prescriptions of the civil law are to be followed, unless 357 19,910 | followed, unless the~common law or the particular law of 358 19,910 | common law or the particular law of the Church sui iuris 359 19,915 | according to the norm of~civil law can also acquire a proper 360 19,916 | provision is~made by common law. 2. The proper pastor of 361 19,920 | that are subjects in canon law to the rights and obligations~ 362 19,921 | actual prescription of the~law or by a special concession 363 19,921 | granted~by decree. 2. By the law itself Churches sui iuris, 364 19,921 | established as such in common law are juridic persons. 3. 365 19,922 | While observing common law, the statutes, to obtain 366 19,924 | have been~expressly made in law: (1) that has force of law 367 19,924 | law: (1) that has force of law which, when~the majority 368 19,926 | provisions have been made in law, the goods and~the rights 369 19,926 | duty in accordance with the law to faithfully meet the liabilities 370 19,926 | While observing the~norms of law, the enrollment of members 371 19,926 | members who~still exist are by law incapable of carrying out 372 19,926 | out in accordance with the law; this same authority has~ 373 19,928 | cases mentioned in common law: (1) it is the competence 374 19,931 | and requisites imposed by law for the validity of~the 375 19,932 | fraud is valid unless the law makes some other provision; 376 19,932 | that party's successors~in law, or ex officio.~ 377 19,933 | it is valid, unless~the law makes some other provision. 378 19,933 | accordance with the norm of law.~ 379 19,934 | Canon 934~1. When the law determines that in order 380 19,934 | 948, unless particular law provides otherwise for cases 381 19,934 | for cases stated in that~law when counsel only is to 382 19,934 | account 2, n. 3. 2. ~When the law determines that a superior 383 20,936 | are defined either in the~law by which the office is constituted 384 20,936 | provision for them unless the law expressly establishes otherwise 385 20,937 | provided for. 2. The particular law of each Church sui iuris 386 20,937 | certain matters by common~law.~ 387 20,940 | qualities which are required by~law. 2. When the person promoted 388 20,940 | this is provided~in the law; otherwise it is valid, 389 20,941 | term has been prescribed by~law, may never be deferred beyond 390 20,943 | of an office which is by law not vacant is by~that very 391 20,943 | question of an office~which by law is conferred for a determined 392 20,944 | office which is vacant by law but perhaps held by someone 393 20,944 | according to the norm~of law it is declared that the 394 20,945 | to the ordinary norm of law.~ 395 20,946 | or simony is~null by the law itself.~ 396 20,947 | the election, unless the law provides otherwise, is not 397 20,948 | regard for the particular law, the presiding officer of 398 20,948 | according to the norm of~law it has been established 399 20,948 | election is invalid by the law itself, unless all those 400 20,949 | is excluded, unless the law provides otherwise. ~2. 401 20,951 | election is invalid by the law itself.~ 402 20,952 | election is invalid by the law itself.~ 403 20,956 | provisions are made by common~law, that action has the force 404 20,956 | action has the force of law which, when a majority of~ 405 20,958 | other provisions are made in law, the person elected who~ 406 20,958 | with~the full effects of law if the election does not 407 20,960 | according to the norm of law and the~election was conducted 408 20,960 | conducted in accordance with the law. 2. Once~confirmation has 409 20,960 | with the full effects of law, unless the law provides~ 410 20,960 | effects of law, unless the law provides~otherwise.~ 411 20,961 | else is~provided by the law.~ 412 20,963 | prescribed time, it is by the law itself invalid and the group 413 20,964 | with the full effects of law.~ 414 20,965 | other cases prescribed by law, by~the lapse of a determined 415 20,965 | the age determined by~the law, by resignation, by transfer, 416 20,965 | conferred it, unless the law provides otherwise. 3. Loss 417 20,965 | reason of age determined by law or~by a resignation which 418 20,968 | simony is invalid by the law itself.~ 419 20,972 | procedure prescribed by law is to~be observed with due 420 20,973 | other office unless the law~provides otherwise or something 421 20,974 | acquired by contract, or by the law~itself according to the 422 20,975 | other provisions are made in law, a person cannot be~removed 423 20,975 | procedure determined by law; the same holds for the 424 20,975 | with the prescriptions of~law, an office has been conferred 425 20,976 | ecclesiastical office by the law itself: (1) who has lost 426 20,977 | financial support, not by the law itself, but by a decree 427 21,979 | accordance with the norm of law, those who have received~ 428 21,979 | accordance with the norm of law.~ 429 21,980 | forum except insofar as~the law provides for this in certain 430 21,981 | a certain office by the law itself; delegated power 431 21,984 | governance in accordance with the law. 2. Besides the Roman Pontiff, 432 21,984 | governance in accordance with the~law, are local hierarchs only 433 21,985 | the manner prescribed by law, and that legislative power~ 434 21,985 | provided for in the common law; a law which is contrary 435 21,985 | for in the common law; a law which is contrary to a~higher 436 21,985 | is contrary to a~higher law cannot be validly enacted 437 21,985 | the manner prescribed by law and~cannot be delegated, 438 21,986 | territory, unless common law provides otherwise or the 439 21,987 | governance either by common law or by particular law of 440 21,987 | common law or by particular law of a Church sui~iuris are 441 21,988 | for all cases, unless the law expressly provides~otherwise. 442 21,991 | connected. 2. Unless the law provides otherwise, ordinary~ 443 21,993 | expressly made~by common law.~ 444 21,994 | and probable doubt about law or about fact, the Church 445 21,995 | 995~The prescriptions of law concerning executive power 446 21,995 | governance~apply, unless common law provides otherwise or it 447 21,995 | faculties which are required by~law for the valid celebration 448 22,997 | according to the norm of law. 2. The first recourse against~ 449 22,999 | it is understood by the~law itself that the suspension 450 22,1000| execution ceases by the law itself.~ 451 22,1002| recourse unless~the particular law of the proper Church sui 452 22,1004| unless~by the particular law of the Church sui iuris 453 22,1006| to the~norm of particular law, unless the question is 454 23,1009| accordance with~the norm of canon law. 2. All temporal goods which 455 23,1012| according to the particular law of their~own Church sui 456 23,1013| limits set by~the particular law of his own Church sui iuris, 457 23,1013| celebrations, unless common law provides otherwise. 2. Patriarchs 458 23,1020| the prescriptions of civil law which safeguard the rights 459 23,1020| the Church. 2. If civil law does not allow temporal 460 23,1020| appropriate ways valid in civil law, after having heard experts~ 461 23,1020| having heard experts~in civil law and the appropriate council. 462 23,1021| according to the particular law of the proper Church sui 463 23,1021| the~clergy, the particular law of each Church sui iuris 464 23,1021| defined by the particular law of its own~Church sui iuris, 465 23,1022| within the limits of common law~and of the particular law 466 23,1022| law~and of the particular law of their own Church sui 467 23,1023| Canon 1023~Unless the law provides otherwise, the 468 23,1027| bonded according to civil law, so~that the Church may 469 23,1028| of~both canon and civil law as well as those imposed 470 23,1028| it is left to particular law to make this an obligation 471 23,1031| provided for by particular~law, of the goods given to the 472 23,1034| determined by the civil law of the territory where the~ 473 23,1034| to be observed in canon law with the~same effects in 474 23,1036| Church, unless the particular law of that Church~determines 475 23,1038| confirmation is required by~law for the alienation of ecclesiastical 476 23,1040| the prescriptions of canon law, but the alienation is civilly 477 23,1043| virtue of natural or canon law can freely dispose of their 478 23,1043| The~prescriptions of civil law are as far as possible to 479 23,1047| Canon 1047~1. In the law pious foundations are: ( 480 23,1047| determined by particular law, to arrange from the annual 481 23,1048| be defined in particular law.~ 482 24,1063| prescription of particular law.~ 483 24,1065| Apostolic See, unless common law expressly provides otherwise.~ 484 24,1066| not expressly excepted by law. 2. ~If, however, the action 485 24,1070| the other requisites of law.~ 486 24,1073| titles~determined in common law. 2. The incompetence of 487 24,1073| relative. 3. Unless~the law expressly provides otherwise, 488 24,1081| Unless a prescription of the law blocks this, by reason of 489 24,1084| determined in the particular law of the proper Church~sui 490 24,1086| least licentiates in canon law, known for prudence~and 491 24,1087| least licentiates, in canon law,~and be known for prudence 492 24,1095| justice is prescribed by law~or it is clearly necessary 493 24,1098| Canon 1098~Unless common law expressly provides otherwise: ( 494 24,1098| otherwise: (1) as often as~the law requires the judge to hear 495 24,1099| tribunal's statutes unless the law provides otherwise. 2. The 496 24,1099| least licentiates in~Canon law and are proven in prudence 497 24,1115| decide cases, who violate the law of~secrecy or who inflict 498 24,1124| The time limits set by law for extinguishing the right 499 24,1125| Canon 1125~If the law does not establish time 500 24,1127| specified in particular law concerning this matter.~


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