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1 Prel,3 | Canon 3~The Code, although it often 2 1,15 | pastors of the Church. ~3. In accord with the knowledge, 3 1,24 | be applied with equity. 3. ~The Christian faithful 4 2,29 | mother, 1~should be applied; (3) born of non-baptized parents, 5 2,40 | perfect practice of it. 3. ~Other Christian faithful 6 3 | TITLE 3~The Supreme Authority of 7 3,45 | exercising this function. 3. There is neither appeal 8 3,50 | truly collegial act results. 3. It is for the Roman~Pontiff, 9 4,57 | each patriarchal Church. 3. If it is possible, a patriarchal 10 4,59 | then Antioch and Jerusalem. 3. ~Among the other patriarchs 11 4,66 | the norms of can. 71, 1. 3. It is not permitted for 12 4,72 | according the norms of~can. 183, 3-4. 2. If an election is 13 4,80 | according to the norm of law; (3) to exercise the rights 14 4,82 | the Christian faithful; (3) issue encyclical letters 15 4,82 | and encyclical letters. 3. ~In all matters which concern 16 4,85 | it to the Roman Pontiff. 3. With the consent~of the 17 4,86 | to~ordain all bishops; (3) to enthrone the metropolitan 18 4,86 | expressly~stipulated otherwise. 3. Episcopal ordination and 19 4,89 | exercising this~function. 3. The patriarch can confer 20 4,92 | over which he~presides. 3. It is to be the custom 21 4,102 | office mentioned in can. 149. 3. To expedite certain matters, 22 4,106 | synod, judges it necessary; (3) at least one-third of the 23 4,107 | for cann. 72,~149 and 183, 3-4, the synod of bishops 24 4,108 | opening session of the synod. 3. During the synod of bishops~ 25 4,110 | norm of can. 150, 2 and 3. 2. ~The synod of bishops 26 4,110 | to the norm of can. 1062. 3. ~The synod of bishops of 27 4,111 | established by common law. 3. ~Acts regarding laws and 28 4,114 | religious, their major superior. 3. The offices of either~curia 29 4,115 | appointed by the patriarch. 3. At the same time and in 30 4,116 | to the norm of can. 115, 3. ~3. If the permanent synod 31 4,116 | the norm of can. 115, 3. ~3. If the permanent synod 32 4,116 | to the norm of~can. 115, 3.~ 33 4,122 | of the permanent synod. 3. The patriarchal finance~ 34 4,123 | these notaries from office. 3. Concerning the archives 35 4,128 | of the patriarchal see; (3) to~convoke the bishops 36 4,130 | vacant patriarchal see. 3. Even though he lacks the 37 4,132 | patriarchal Church in the interim. 3. ~Whoever takes up the interim 38 4,133 | suspend or dissolve~it; (3) to erect a metropolitan 39 4,138 | cann. 135, 136, 160, 1084, 3; concerning other rights 40 4,139 | mentioned in can. 133, 1, nn. 3-6.~ 41 4,143 | hierarchs; (2) titular bishops;~(3) presidents of monastic 42 4,143 | bishops can send a~proxy. 3. Persons of another Church 43 4,148 | his letter of appointment. 3. After the visitation~is 44 4,150 | the patriarchal Church. 3. Eparchial bishops~constituted 45 5,153 | from the Roman Pontiff. 3. After having obtained the 46 6,157 | metropolitan Church sui iuris. 3. ~The metropolitan represents 47 6,159 | suspend or dissolve it; (3) to erect a metropolitan~ 48 6,165 | legitimacy of the impediment. ~3. No one of the members from 49 6,167 | the council~of hierarchs. 3. The metropolitan is to 50 6,173 | the~council of hierarchs; (3) in a vacant metropolitan 51 6,173 | there about the patriarch. 3. Concerning the vacant or 52 6,175 | mentioned in~can. 159, nn. 3-8, as a delegate of the 53 7,180 | enjoy a good~reputation; (3) not be bound by a matrimonial 54 7,182 | the members of the synod. 3. Unless particular law approved 55 7,183 | suitable before the Lord. 3. For election~an absolute 56 7,186 | along with~the patriarch. 3. If one of the candidates 57 7,189 | of the eparchial curia. 3. Before the~enthronement 58 7,192 | approved by the Church. 3. The eparchial bishop is 59 7,193 | these Christian faithful. 3. ~Eparchial bishops, who 60 7,199 | solemnities and their vigils. 3. The eparchial bishop is~ 61 7,203 | needs of place and time. 3. The eparchial bishop is 62 7,204 | suffer harm from his absence. 3. The eparchial bishop, except~ 63 7,205 | of the eparchial~bishop. 3. The eparchial bishop can 64 7,210 | notified as soon as possible. 3. To accept this resignation~ 65 7,213 | patriarchal~Church is required. 3. The rights and obligations 66 7,214 | of eparchial consultors. 3. If~the eparchial bishop 67 7,215 | the others~as syncelli. 3. The eparchial bishop is 68 7,220 | or by the Roman Pontiff; (3) the patriarch is to appoint~ 69 7,221 | accords to a protosyncellus; (3) ~the college of eparchial 70 7,223 | privileges of eparchial bishops; (3) he continues to~receive 71 7,224 | eparchy of the patriarch; (3) constituted in an eparchy 72 7,224 | from office immediately. 3. When the eparchial see~ 73 7,231 | reserved to the Apostolic See. 3. After the death,~resignation 74 7,232 | and 2 are to~be observed. 3. Inside the territorial 75 7,233 | is to govern the eparchy. 3. One who takes up the governance 76 7,238 | eparchial finance officer; (3) the eparchial consultors; ( 77 7,238 | grant the right to vote. 3. Some observers from non-Catholic~ 78 7,240 | discussed in the assembly. 3. The eparchial~bishop is 79 7,243 | of the eparchial curia. 3. If it is necessary or useful~ 80 7,247 | experience in handling matters. 3. The eparchial bishop is 81 7,251 | syncelli shall be observed. 3. With the suspension of 82 7,252 | title is vice-chancellor. 3. The chancellor as well 83 7,254 | place, day, month and year; (3) with due~consideration 84 7,260 | eparchial administrator~himself. 3. Documents are not to be 85 7,262 | and the finance council. 3. It is the duty of the~eparchial 86 7,263 | of the finance council. 3. Those who are related to 87 7,266 | virtue of their offices;~(3) it is the right of the 88 7,269 | need only be consulted. 3. The presbyteral council 89 7,270 | new presbyteral~council. 3. If the presbyteral council 90 7,271 | college is~established. 3. The members of the college 91 7,273 | associations and other endeavors. ~3. Along with these Christian 92 7,277 | determined by particular law. 3. For a~just cause, the eparchial 93 7,278 | fulfill their obligations; (3) see to~it that the Divine 94 7,278 | are beset with problems. 3. The protopresbyter is to 95 7,280 | the presbyteral council. 3. A lawfully established~ 96 7,284 | proper Church sui iuris. 3. The pastor possesses stability 97 7,284 | agrees to this in writing; (3) it concerns a~special case, 98 7,285 | children who live with~him. 3. After he has weighed all 99 7,289 | understand various~languages. 3. In fulfilling the function 100 7,292 | local hierarch of~this. 3. The eparchial bishop is 101 7,296 | due regard for can. 840, 3, adoption, and sacred~orders 102 7,296 | certificate of baptism. ~3. Certificates which are 103 7,299 | pastor or harm~parish goods. 3. When he has fulfilled his 104 7,301 | determined part of the parish. 3. The eparchial~bishop freely 105 7,302 | priests for individual cases. 3. The parochial~vicar, as 106 7,305 | proposed~by the superior. 3. If the church is connected 107 8,311 | patriarchal Church, can. 85, 3 is to be observed. The establishment, 108 8,314 | the patriarchal Church. 3. The exarch~takes canonical 109 8,319 | to the norm of can.~271, 3, the exarch is to constitute 110 9,322 | approved by~the Apostolic See. 3. A decision, even if passed 111 10,329 | of a more advanced age; (3) the eparchial bishop especially, 112 10,330 | without prejudice to can. 150, 3. It is also proper to the~ 113 10,330 | the rites suffer no harm. 3.~Faithfully observing common 114 10,337 | ordering~of the whole seminary. 3. The statutes of the seminary 115 10,339 | discipline of the seminary. 3. In making judgments about 116 10,340 | varieties of disciplines. 3. Teachers of~the sacred 117 10,342 | chrismation with holy myron. ~3. Those who were students 118 10,344 | virtues of human~nature. 3. The curriculum of a minor 119 10,346 | of the Christian~life; (3) they ought to learn to 120 10,346 | modestly joined with charity. 3. The disciplinary norms 121 10,350 | theology are to be taught. 3. Liturgy is to be taught 122 10,352 | and pastoral sociology. 3. Although~students are preparing 123 10,366 | another Church sui iuris; (3) he is convinced by a legitimate 124 10,371 | of~the Church require it. 3. However in order that they 125 10,372 | sciences and pastoral matters. 3. Also, they are~not to neglect 126 10,381 | law from~receiving them. 3. Clerics are to recognize 127 10,383 | permission of their hierarch;~(3) they are to make use of 128 10,385 | or by the Apostolic See. 3. A cleric is forbidden to 129 10,391 | without prejudice to can. 578, 3, to associate~with others 130 10,394 | the penalty of dismissal; (3) by a rescript of the~Apostolic 131 11,404 | obtaining~academic degrees. 3. Likewise, the prescriptions 132 11,408 | law of their own Church. 3. ~Lay persons are fully 133 12,414 | individual occasions~only; (3) to make a visitation of 134 12,414 | the Apostolic~See alone. 3. When a congregation of 135 12,415 | grave reasons suggest it. 3. The eparchial bishop can 136 12,420 | visitation in any manner. 3. The~local hierarch must 137 12,431 | typicon or statutes permit it. 3. A~religious who becomes 138 12,431 | come to him~afterwards; (3) in either case he must 139 12,437 | distinct from the monastery. 3. In order to convert~a monastery 140 12,438 | only by the Apostolic See. 3. A subsidiary~monastery 141 12,439 | constitutions of the confederation. 3. In other instances, the 142 12,440 | reserved to the Apostolic See, 3. It is~reserved to the authority 143 12,441 | without prejudice to can. 979. 3. Beyond~what is determined 144 12,444 | it is a subsidiary one. 3. Superiors~who have completed 145 12,447 | if necessity demands it. 3. The finance officer is 146 12,450 | mentioned in can. 1426, 1; (3) ~those, who are under imminent 147 12,453 | using~appropriate means. 3. In respect to the submission 148 12,456 | the same confederation. 3. ~If a monastery sui iuris, 149 12,457 | not exceed fifteen days. 3. The novitiate~shall not 150 12,464 | in person or by another; (3) that the profession be 151 12,468 | must~be held responsible. 3. It shall be a fixed rule 152 12,473 | fathers and confessors; (3) make a spiritual retreat 153 12,477 | shall be clearly indicated. 3. It is up to~the superior 154 12,487 | authority is also~required. 3. The patriarch, the eparchial 155 12,488 | the~previous monastery. 3. In the transfer from a 156 12,498 | the monastery is subject. 3. A member~expelled from 157 12,499 | according to can. 552, 2 and 3, but, for validity, the 158 12,500 | which were to no avail; )3) that the reasons for dismissal 159 12,500 | since the last~warning. 3. The written responses of 160 12,501 | in judicial proceedings. 3. The~decision about the 161 12,505 | from the Apostolic See; (3) of eparchial right if, 162 12,505 | See or from the patriarch. 3. An order or a congregation 163 12,506 | consulting the Apostolic See. 3. A congregation of eparchial 164 12,508 | the order or congregation. 3. To make provisions concerning 165 12,514 | determined by the statutes. 3. It shall be provided in 166 12,515 | suitable prior consultation. 3. The prescriptions of cann. 167 12,516 | if necessity~demands it. 3. If the statutes are silent 168 12,519 | and with can. 453, 2~and 3.~ 169 12,524 | formation of the novices. 3. The director alone has 170 12,527 | person or through another; (3) that the profession be 171 12,529 | act effective during life. 3. But whatever the member 172 12,534 | that it is done~prudently; (3) it is up to the general 173 12,538 | prescribed~in can. 473, 2. 3. Members of orders and congregations~ 174 12,544 | monastery, of the synaxis. 3. In other cases the member 175 12,545 | which he or she transferred. 3. If the member does not 176 12,547 | performed in~the institute. 3. However, if the member 177 12,549 | congregation of~eparchial right. 3. The indult of departure 178 12,552 | penances, have been in vain; (3) the reasons for~dismissal 179 12,552 | the dismissing superior. 3. A recourse~against the 180 12,554 | according to norm of can. 505, 3; dependent on the ecclesiastical~ 181 12,554 | cann. 413-415, 419, 420, 3 and with due regard to particular 182 12,554 | Apostolic See, can. 418, 2. 3. Members of~these societies 183 12,558 | cann. 424, 425, and 516. 3. Whatever members~acquire 184 12,562 | institute are to~be followed. 3. Without prejudice to cann. 185 12,563 | of the Body of Christ; (3) do not~imitate the manner 186 13,575 | boundaries of the~same Church; (3) the Apostolic See for other 187 13,578 | in several associations. 3. ~Members of religious institutes 188 14,585 | activity of the Church. 3. In the individual eparchies 189 14,587 | the Christian~faithful. 3. It is the responsibility 190 15,597 | to be held as definitive. 3. ~No doctrine is understood 191 15,606 | in their teaching office. 3. Those~involved in theological 192 15,610 | legitimately sent or invited. 3. Deacons too have the same 193 15,611 | without prejudice to can. 610, 3, any deacon, unless these 194 15,612 | without prejudice to can. 610, 3, any deacon, unless these 195 15,614 | omitted for a grave reason. 3. A pastor cannot~habitually 196 15,621 | conveying the catechesis. 3. Synods of bishops of the 197 15,624 | with~cann. 479 and 542. 3. Other Christian faithful, 198 15,627 | are necessary or~useful. 3. Parents are to enjoy true 199 15,634 | pupils are non-Catholics. ~3. A Catholic school, no less 200 15,655 | the use of~non-Christians. 3. For liturgical and catechetical 201 15,657 | metropolitan Churches sui iuris. ~3. To republish liturgical 202 15,661 | doctrine of the Church. ~3. A work that is in addition 203 15,664 | s authentic magisterium. 3. ~The censors must give 204 15,665 | of Christian discretion. 3. Let all the Christian faithful 205 15,666 | conditions laid down by it. 3. More detailed~norms about 206 16,671 | these sacraments are valid. 3. Likewise Catholic ministers 207 16,671 | 5. For the cases in~2, 3 and 4, norms of particular 208 16,681 | established, should be baptized. 3. ~Those who lack the use 209 16,685 | Church, with due regard for 3;~(3) have the intention 210 16,685 | with due regard for 3;~(3) have the intention of carrying 211 16,685 | the role to be undertaken. 3. For a just~cause, it is 212 16,689 | of the father or~parents. 3. If it is a case of an adopted 213 16,696 | which these are endowed. ~3. Any presbyter licitly administers 214 16,699 | of the liturgical books. 3. Other~Christian faithful, 215 16,720 | great feast or pilgrimage. 3. ~The eparchial bishop is 216 16,722 | denies it in a special case. 3. For presbyters to~act validly, 217 16,726 | the one who revoked it. 3. In addition to being revoked, 218 16,729 | of the sacramental seal; (3) outside~the territorial 219 16,734 | confession at any time. 3. ~Directors of institutes 220 16,758 | receiving a sacred order; (3) the age prescribed by law; ( 221 16,758 | to~the norm of can. 762. 3. The particular law of each 222 16,762 | apostasy, heresy or~schism; (3) a person who has attempted 223 16,763 | in can. 762, 1, nn.~2-6; (3) a person who is afflicted 224 16,767 | reserved to the Apostolic See. 3. A confessor has the same~ 225 16,768 | dispensation to be~valid. 3. A general dispensation 226 16,769 | written consent of his~wife; (3) a certificate of completed 227 16,769 | are mentioned in can. 771, 3; (6) testimonial letters, 228 16,771 | before the sacred~ordination. 3. The eparchial bishop shall 229 16,776 | strengthened by sacramental grace. 3. The essential properties~ 230 16,783 | celebrating the marriage. 3. After the marriage has 231 16,789 | the norms of civil law; (3) ~a marriage of a person 232 16,795 | congregations of eparchial right; (3) conjugicide. 2. Dispensation 233 16,795 | any juridical~condition. 3. A dispensation is never 234 16,796 | sacramental confession. 3. ~The local hierarch is 235 16,801 | long as the doubt exists. 3. Sterility neither prohibits 236 16,803 | baptized and the other was not. 3. Concerning the conditions 237 16,808 | including the~fourth degree. 3. Marriage is never permitted 238 16,810 | or public concubinage; (3) from the establishment 239 16,814 | of the Catholic party; (3) both parties are to be~ 240 16,818 | mutually given and accepted; (3) who are~not capable of 241 16,829 | the parties is a subject. 3. By the law itself, the~ 242 16,830 | regard for can. 302, 2. 3. In order that the conferral 243 16,831 | unless a just cause excuses; (3) also, a place exclusively 244 16,832 | presence only of~the witnesses. 3. If a marriage was celebrated 245 16,840 | the observance of secrecy. 3. A marriage which is secretly~ 246 16,841 | the baptismal register. 3. Whenever a~marriage is 247 16,846 | privately and in~secret. 3. If the defect of consent 248 16,856 | above cannot be~observed. 3. In either case, the fact 249 16,857 | is legitimately omitted; (3) the non-baptized party, 250 16,859 | other~requirements of law. 3. After considering the moral, 251 16,863 | ecclesiastical~or civil authority. 3. If the innocent spouse 252 16,864 | circumstances~of the place. 3. In all cases, when the 253 16,874 | departed is to be blessed. 3. The departed are not to 254 16,876 | judgment of the local hierarch. 3. Those who choose cremation~ 255 16,880 | Churches, with due regard for 3. ~2. The authority of a 256 16,880 | due regard for can. 40, 1. 3. Holy days of obligation~ 257 16,881 | the Sunday or feast day. 3. The Christian faithful 258 16,888 | due regard~for can. 1037. 3. Concerning the restoration 259 16,889 | are prohibited by law. ~3. A vow made through grave 260 16,893 | boundaries of his own parish;~(3) for those who are present 261 17,898 | also to the patriarch. 3. The right of receiving 262 18,904 | power in~the same territory. 3. It pertains to the eparchial 263 19,909 | have the use of reason. 3. ~Whoever habitually lacks 264 19,916 | person is actually staying. 3. The proper~local hierarch 265 19,921 | law are juridic persons. 3. The competent ecclesiastical 266 19,922 | of the juridic person; (3) who is responsible~for 267 19,922 | donors and acquired rights. 3. A juridic~person cannot 268 19,924 | each of these is required; (3) concerning elections, can. 269 19,926 | carrying out the enrollment. ~3. The appointment of administrators 270 19,928 | by a higher authority;~(3) in other cases, the authority 271 19,934 | taking into account 2, n. 3. 2. ~When the law determines 272 19,934 | consult to those persons; (3) ~although in no way obliged 273 19,934 | judgment, is overriding. 3. The authority which requires 274 20,936 | of a competent authority. 3. That authority which is 275 20,939 | acceptance by the one elected; (3) if preceded by postulation, 276 20,943 | the vacancy of the office. 3. A promise of an office, 277 20,948 | notice of the election. 3. ~But if more than one-third 278 20,953 | who lacks active voice; (3) who has~publicly rejected 279 20,955 | votes each person received. 3. If the number~of ballots 280 20,957 | election has no effect. 3. A person elected who does 281 20,963 | constrained by a just impediment. 3. The one postulated~acquires 282 20,964 | observing can. 957, 2 and 3. 3. The person who accepts 283 20,964 | observing can. 957, 2 and 3. 3. The person who accepts 284 20,965 | law provides otherwise. 3. Loss of office by lapse 285 20,970 | has not yet been accepted. 3. The authority is not to 286 20,972 | arguments against the transfer. 3. To take effect a transfer 287 20,976 | of the~Catholic Church; (3) a cleric who has attempted 288 20,976 | referred to in 1,~nn. 2 and 3 can be enforced only if 289 21,983 | persons acts~invalidly. 3. A delegate who acts in 290 21,984 | due regard for can. 101. 3. Major superiors~in institutes 291 21,985 | lower level legislator. ~3. Judicial power, which is 292 21,986 | to the norm of can. 1491, 3.~ 293 21,988 | is~expressly prohibited. 3. If executive power delegated 294 21,990 | in treating the matter. 3. ~When several persons have 295 22,1000| be confirmed or revoked. 3. If no recourse is~proposed 296 23,1016| to that juridic person. ~3. These offerings cannot 297 23,1020| the appropriate council. 3. These prescriptions are 298 23,1021| vigilance of the local hierarch. 3. Insofar~as it is necessary, 299 23,1024| the appropriate council. 3. Unless and to the extent 300 23,1028| nonobservance of civil~laws; (3) accurately collect the 301 23,1028| of the eparchial curia. 3. It~is strongly recommended 302 23,1035| goods to be alienated; (3) the written consent of 303 23,1036| that~eparchial bishop; (3) the authority determined 304 23,1036| the patriarchal Church; (3) ~the patriarch who has 305 23,1036| the patriarchal Church. 3. In a patriarchal Church, 306 23,1037| the patriarchal Church;~(3) the consent of the synod 307 23,1045| performance of their duty. 3. Stipulations added to last 308 23,1046| pious will~is executed. 3. When goods are committed 309 23,1048| his own Church sui iuris. 3. ~Further conditions, without 310 23,1052| because of~diminished income. 3. The eparchial bishop has 311 23,1052| The powers mentioned in 3 and 4 are also enjoyed by 312 23,1052| the powers mentioned in 3 and 4~only to a coadjutor 313 23,1054| prescriptions of can. 1052. 3. In~other cases, the Apostolic 314 24,1060| bishops in penal cases; (3) those who hold the~highest 315 24,1060| regard for can. 1066, 2. 3. A judge cannot review an 316 24,1061| regard for can. 1063, 4, nn. 3 and 4.~ 317 24,1062| of the~permanent synod. 3. This tribunal is to judge 318 24,1063| resignation from office. 3. This tribunal is the appellate 319 24,1063| subject to~the patriarch; (3) institutes of consecrated 320 24,1066| due regard for~can. 1062, 3.~ 321 24,1067| the patriarchal Church. ~3. In eparchies for which 322 24,1068| establish a common tribunal. 3. The eparchial~bishops who 323 24,1072| cann. 1060, 1061, 1062, 3 and 1063, 4; the incompetence 324 24,1073| titles is termed relative. 3. Unless~the law expressly 325 24,1083| action was first introduced. 3. There~is no appeal to decisions 326 24,1084| regard~for cann. 1372-1374; (3) penal cases concerning 327 24,1084| college~of three judges. 3. If it happens that a collegiate 328 24,1085| of the presiding judge; (3) the handing down of sentences, 329 24,1085| reservation is not for validity. 3. If the tribunal of first 330 24,1085| mentioned in can.~1084, 3.~ 331 24,1086| has reserved to himself. 3. The judicial~vicar can 332 24,1087| referred to the Apostolic See. 3. The judges are to be of 333 24,1088| provides for the matter. 3. If the~judicial vicar is 334 24,1091| fulfill this~function himself. 3. For a just cause the same 335 24,1093| prudence and learning. 3. ~The only task of the auditor 336 24,1103| reputable persons for mediation. 3. If, however, the case~concerns 337 24,1107| disqualify himself from judging. 3. If~the objection is lodged 338 24,1113| are also bound to secrecy 3. Moreover, as often as the~ 339 24,1119| intervention of a third party. 3. But if the judge finds~ 340 24,1124| unless the parties agree. 3. ~But the judge is to see 341 24,1133| mandate from the judge. 3. ~Anonymous letters are 342 24,1136| appointed~by the judge. 3. But in spiritual cases 343 24,1138| trial or to contest it. 3. In a case where~the representative 344 24,1139| accused or given by the judge. 3. In a contentious trial 345 24,1140| is operative among them. ~3. However, several advocates 346 24,1152| prescribed after five years; (3) ~delicts which are not 347 24,1152| period for prescription. ~3. Prescription runs from 348 24,1171| carried out in writing; (3) ~the procurator agreed 349 24,1172| suspension or deposition; (3) members of institutes of 350 24,1176| and the procedural laws. 3. The arbitrators do~not 351 24,1181| matter most expeditiously. 3. ~If it is evident that 352 25,1187| what has been alleged; (3) be signed by the petitioner 353 25,1188| personal standing in court; (3) ~the prescriptions of can. 354 25,1188| prescriptions of can. 1187, nn. 1-3 have not been observed;~( 355 25,1188| appear through a process. 3. ~If the introductory libellus 356 25,1190| mentioned in that canon. 3. But if the litigating parties 357 25,1191| deposition during the trial. 3. If the suit is~filed against 358 25,1192| must be clear in the acts. 3. ~A respondent who refuses 359 25,1194| competent in other respects; (3) the jurisdiction of a delegated~ 360 25,1195| answered in the sentence. 3. The decree of the judge 361 25,1205| ordinary administration. 3. In order for a renunciation 362 25,1221| to be~such in civil law. 3. Other documents are private 363 25,1239| they themselves select. 3. The judge is~to decide 364 25,1253| or hearsay from others; (3) whether~the witness is 365 25,1258| turned over to the expert. 3. After hearing~the expert, 366 25,1259| their conclusions are based. 3. An expert can~be summoned 367 25,1274| have renounced the suit; (3) but the petitioner~later 368 25,1276| the right to intervene. 3. The person who intervenes 369 25,1282| sufficiently instructed. 3. The judge is to issue a 370 25,1283| subordination is removed; (3) in all~cases, whenever 371 25,1283| listed in can. 1326, 2,~nn. 1-3, if new proof is not admitted. 372 25,1283| of the~interested party. 3. The new proofs are to be 373 25,1285| of secrecy if it exists. 3. The regulations of the 374 25,1286| also to the other party. 3. The promoter of justice 375 25,1291| the acts and the proofs. 3. However, the judge~must 376 25,1292| with due regard for 4. ~3. The conclusions of the 377 25,1293| of the individual judges. 3. The~sentence must be issued 378 25,1294| they must be fulfilled; (3) set fourth~the reasons, 379 25,1295| formulation of the doubt. 3. Following~these points 380 25,1303| which the case was settled; (3) the judge passed the~sentence 381 25,1304| reasons for the decision; (3) it lacks the~signatures 382 25,1310| the norm of can. 1306; (3) from a sentence~which has 383 25,1318| it is a joint obligation. 3. If an appeal is~filed by 384 25,1322| available time (tempus~utile); (3) if, at the appellate level, 385 25,1325| with the norm of can. 1337, 3.~ 386 25,1326| demand a contrary decision; (3) the sentence was~pronounced 387 25,1327| mentioned in can.~1326, 2, nn. 1-3 must be sought from the 388 25,1327| from this notification. 3. The~time limits mentioned 389 25,1335| indemnification of witnesses. (3) the~granting of gratuitous 390 25,1337| just cause is pressing. 3. On the other hand if the~ 391 25,1340| interested party or ex~officio. 3. In cases of can. 1069, 392 25,1354| for another just cause. ~3. The complete text of the 393 26,1359| domicile or~quasi-domicile; (3) the tribunal of the place 394 26,1363| and notify the parties. ~3. The formulation of the 395 26,1378| particular circumstances. 3. Also, if a case is concerned 396 26,1380| of can. 1359, nn. 2 and 3 are to be observed in~regard 397 26,1383| long time, is insufficient. 3. In uncertain~and complex 398 26,1386| cannot, however, be used. 3. Once the libellus~is sent, 399 26,1390| functions~in a useful way; (3) loss of good reputation 400 26,1394| instruction if necessary; (3) finally determine whether 401 26,1396| use while this need lasts. 3. While recourse is pending~ 402 26,1399| of a predetermined time. ~3. If this period of time 403 27,1402| the authority spoken of in 3, there are weighty~reasons 404 27,1402| or major excommunication. 3. Besides the Apostolic See,~ 405 27,1405| determinate or obligatory penalty. 3. Patriarchs and eparchial 406 27,1407| seriously promised to do it. 3. The~penal warning mentioned 407 27,1409| punished by~civil authority; (3) moderate the penalties 408 27,1412| accused is~to be applied. 3. If the subsequent law abolishes 409 27,1418| for a completed offense. 3. One who spontaneously~has 410 27,1420| iuris provides~otherwise. 3. A penalty, however, imposed 411 27,1422| reason suggests otherwise. 3. Care~shall be taken that 412 27,1432| suspension by a decree. 3. A~suspension never affects 413 27,1434| celebrations of divine worship. 3. One punished with a major 414 27,1453| marriage is to be deposed. 3. A religious~who has taken 415 28,1468| endangered by this investigation. 3. The one who conducts the~ 416 28,1469| decision is called for. 3. Before he decides anything 417 28,1483| grade of the penal trial. 3. The appeal in a case for 418 28,1486| justice and a notary~present; (3) there be set forth in the 419 28,1487| the force of the decree. 3. There is no~further recourse 420 29,1491| prejudice to the provisions of 3, n. 1, laws passed for a 421 29,1491| actually residing in it. 3. Travelers: (1) are not 422 29,1491| situated in that territory; (3) are~bound, however, by 423 29,1498| it is not retroactive. 3. ~However, an interpretation 424 29,1508| is not a reasonable one. 3. A~custom contrary to the 425 29,1511| the observance of a~law; (3) rescripts by which a privilege, 426 29,1513| to be widely~interpreted. 3. Privileges always are to 427 29,1514| of the one who issued it. 3. The revocation of~an administrative 428 29,1521| have~been communicated. 3. If a person for whom a 429 29,1533| of the thing or place; (3) when the time has elapsed, 430 29,1533| harmful or its use illicit. ~3. A local privilege revives 431 29,1534| behalf of that~person alone. 3. Physical persons cannot 432 29,1537| just and reasonable~cause. 3. When there is a doubt about 433 30,1542| an apostolic privilege; (3) rights and obligations~


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