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     Title, Canon
1 4,100 | Canon 100~The patriarch can reserve 2 22,1000| Canon 1000~1. In cases in which recourse 3 22,1001| Canon 1001~1. Recourse must be proposed 4 22,1002| Canon 1002~The superior authority must 5 22,1003| Canon 1003~In recourse against an administrative 6 22,1004| Canon 1004~The superior authority who 7 22,1005| Canon 1005~Even if a decree from a 8 23,1008| Canon 1008~1. The Roman Pontiff is 9 23,1009| Canon 1009~1. All juridic persons are 10 23,1010| Canon 1010~Juridic persons can acquire 11 23,1011| Canon 1011~The competent authority 12 23,1015| Canon 1015~Physical and juridic persons 13 23,1016| Canon 1016~1. The offerings given for 14 23,1017| Canon 1017~The Church also admits prescription 15 23,1018| Canon 1018~If sacred objects, that 16 23,1019| Canon 1019~Immovable property, precious 17 23,1020| Canon 1020~1. Every authority is under 18 23,1023| Canon 1023~Unless the law provides 19 23,1024| Canon 1024~1. An administrator cannot 20 23,1025| Canon 1025~Before taking office, an 21 23,1026| Canon 1026~One copy of the inventory 22 23,1027| Canon 1027~Authorities shall see to 23 23,1028| Canon 1028~1. Each administrator of 24 23,1029| Canon 1029~An administrator of ecclesiastical 25 4,103 | Canon 103~The patriarch is to convoke 26 23,1030| Canon 1030~An administrator of ecclesiastical 27 23,1032| Canon 1032~An administrator of ecclesiastical 28 23,1033| Canon 1033~An administrator of ecclesiastical 29 23,1038| Canon 1038~1. Those whose advice, consent 30 23,1039| Canon 1039~The consent of all interested 31 4,104 | Canon 104~1. All bishops legitimately 32 23,1040| Canon 1040~Whenever ecclesiastical 33 23,1043| Canon 1043~1. Those who in virtue of 34 23,1047| Canon 1047~1. In the law pious foundations 35 23,1048| Canon 1048~1. Autonomous pious foundations 36 23,1049| Canon 1049~The hierarch who constituted 37 4,105 | Canon 105~No member of the synod of 38 23,1050| Canon 1050~A copy of the articles of 39 23,1051| Canon 1051~1. When the provisions of 40 23,1053| Canon 1053~The same authorities mentioned 41 24,1055| Canon 1055~1. The object of a trial 42 24,1056| Canon 1056~In cases which are reserved 43 24,1057| Canon 1057~In causes of the servants 44 24,1058| Canon 1058~The Roman Pontiff is judged 45 4,106 | Canon 106~1. The synod of bishops 46 24,1064| Canon 1064~1. The metropolitan tribunal 47 24,1065| Canon 1065~The tribunal of third instance 48 24,1067| Canon 1067~1. A tribunal of first instance 49 24,1068| Canon 1068~1. The eparchial bishops 50 4,107 | Canon 107~1. Unless particular law 51 24,1070| Canon 1070~Any authority establishing 52 24,1072| Canon 1072~The incompetence of inferior 53 24,1073| Canon 1073~1. No one can be brought 54 24,1074| Canon 1074~Anyone can be brought into 55 24,1076| Canon 1076~By reason of the location 56 24,1077| Canon 1077~1. By reason of contract 57 24,1078| Canon 1078~In penal cases the accused, 58 24,1079| Canon 1079~A party can be brought into 59 4,108 | Canon 108~1. The patriarch is to open 60 24,1080| Canon 1080~If a judge is not competent 61 24,1081| Canon 1081~Unless a prescription of 62 24,1082| Canon 1082~By reason of prevention, 63 24,1083| Canon 1083~1. A conflict between judges 64 24,1085| Canon 1085~1. A collegiate tribunal 65 24,1086| Canon 1086~1. The eparchial bishop 66 24,1087| Canon 1087~1. The eparchial bishop 67 24,1088| Canon 1088~1. The judicial vicar, the 68 24,1089| Canon 1089~In any trial a single judge 69 4,109 | Canon 109~After the opening of the 70 24,1090| Canon 1090~1. Unless in his prudence 71 24,1091| Canon 1091~1. The judicial vicar or 72 24,1092| Canon 1092~A single judge has all the 73 24,1093| Canon 1093~1. A judge or the president 74 24,1094| Canon 1094~A promoter of justice is 75 24,1095| Canon 1095~1. In contentious cases 76 24,1096| Canon 1096~A defender of the bond is 77 24,1098| Canon 1098~Unless common law expressly 78 24,1099| Canon 1099~1. The eparchial bishop 79 1,11 | Canon 11~In virtue of their rebirth 80 4,110 | Canon 110~1. The synod of bishops 81 24,1100| Canon 1100~1. The same person can hold 82 24,1101| Canon 1101~1. A notary is to be present 83 24,1102| Canon 1102~1. Judges and other officers 84 24,1105| Canon 1105~A person who has taken part 85 24,1106| Canon 1106~1. A judge is not to undertake 86 24,1107| Canon 1107~1. If an objection is lodged 87 24,1109| Canon 1109~1. The issue of an objection 88 4,111 | Canon 111~1. The synod of bishops 89 24,1111| Canon 1111~Judges and tribunals are 90 24,1112| Canon 1112~All persons who constitute 91 24,1113| Canon 1113~1. Judges and tribunal personnel 92 24,1114| Canon 1114~The judge and all tribunal 93 24,1115| Canon 1115~1. Judges who refuse to 94 24,1116| Canon 1116~If the judge foresees that 95 24,1117| Canon 1117~Cases are to be tried in 96 4,112 | Canon 112~1. The promulgation of laws 97 24,1120| Canon 1120~A judge who becomes aware 98 24,1123| Canon 1123~Questions concerning a deposit 99 24,1124| Canon 1124~1. The time limits set by 100 24,1125| Canon 1125~If the law does not establish 101 24,1126| Canon 1126~If the tribunal is closed 102 24,1127| Canon 1127~To the extent that it is 103 24,1129| Canon 1129~1. Unless the particular 104 4,113 | Canon 113~The synod of bishops of 105 24,1130| Canon 1130~If a person to be interrogated 106 24,1131| Canon 1131~1. All judicial acts, whether 107 24,1132| Canon 1132~Whenever the signature of 108 24,1133| Canon 1133~1. At the completion of 109 24,1134| Canon 1134~Anyone, whether baptized 110 24,1135| Canon 1135~Although a petitioner or 111 24,1136| Canon 1136~1. Minors and those who 112 24,1137| Canon 1137~Whenever a guardian or curator 113 24,1138| Canon 1138~1. Juridic persons stand 114 4,114 | Canon 114~1. Distinct from the curia 115 24,1140| Canon 1140~1. A party can appoint only 116 24,1141| Canon 1141~The procurator and the advocate 117 24,1142| Canon 1142~1. Before a procurator and 118 24,1143| Canon 1143~Without a special mandate 119 24,1144| Canon 1144~1. For the removal of a 120 24,1145| Canon 1145~For serious cause the procurator 121 24,1146| Canon 1146~1. Both the procurator and 122 24,1147| Canon 1147~Procurators and advocates 123 24,1148| Canon 1148~Insofar as it is possible, 124 24,1149| Canon 1149~Every right whatsoever is 125 24,1150| Canon 1150~Every action is terminated 126 24,1151| Canon 1151~Unless the law expressly 127 24,1153| Canon 1153~1. An action to execute 128 24,1154| Canon 1154~Although a penal action 129 24,1155| Canon 1155~A petitioner can bring a 130 24,1156| Canon 1156~1. A respondent can file 131 24,1157| Canon 1157~The counter-claim action 132 24,1158| Canon 1158~1. A person who through 133 24,1159| Canon 1159~1. Sequestration of the 134 4,116 | Canon 116~1. The patriarch is to convoke 135 24,1160| Canon 1160~Sequestration of a thing 136 24,1161| Canon 1161~The judge, in granting sequestration 137 24,1162| Canon 1162~In regard to the nature 138 24,1163| Canon 1163~1. Whenever a petition is 139 24,1164| Canon 1164~In a settlement, the norms 140 24,1165| Canon 1165~1. A settlement cannot validly 141 24,1166| Canon 1166~Unless otherwise expressly 142 24,1167| Canon 1167~At least on a regular basis, 143 4,117 | Canon 117~The president and all other 144 24,1171| Canon 1171~A compromise is invalid 145 24,1172| Canon 1172~The following may not validly 146 24,1173| Canon 1173~The appointment of an arbitrator 147 24,1175| Canon 1175~The tribunal mentioned in 148 24,1176| Canon 1176~1. The obligations of the 149 24,1177| Canon 1177~1. Incidental questions 150 24,1178| Canon 1178~Unless the parties have 151 24,1179| Canon 1179~1. The arbitrated sentence 152 4,118 | Canon 118~Voting in the permanent 153 24,1180| Canon 1180~1. Unless the arbitration 154 24,1181| Canon 1181~1. The complete text of 155 24,1183| Canon 1183~If the injustice of the 156 24,1184| Canon 1184~1. The execution of an arbitration 157 25,1186| Canon 1186~1. The judge may accept 158 25,1188| Canon 1188~1. After the single judge 159 4,119 | Canon 119~If a certain matter belonging 160 25,1193| Canon 1193~If the citation is not legitimately 161 25,1195| Canon 1195~1. The joinder of issues ( 162 25,1196| Canon 1196~Once the object of the controversy 163 25,1197| Canon 1197~Once the joinder of issues ( 164 25,1198| Canon 1198~Once the joinder of issues ( 165 4,120 | Canon 120~The permanent synod must 166 25,1200| Canon 1200~1. If a guardian, curator 167 25,1201| Canon 1201~Barring some impediment, 168 25,1202| Canon 1202~Abatement takes effect by 169 25,1203| Canon 1203~Abatement extinguishes the 170 25,1204| Canon 1204~When a trial is abated, 171 25,1205| Canon 1205~1. A petitioner can renounce 172 25,1207| Canon 1207~1. The burden of proof rests 173 25,1208| Canon 1208~1. Proofs of any type whatever 174 25,1209| Canon 1209~If a party or a witness 175 4,121 | Canon 121~If for a serious reason 176 25,1210| Canon 1210~Except for a serious cause, 177 25,1211| Canon 1211~The judge can always interrogate 178 25,1212| Canon 1212~1. A party legitimately 179 25,1214| Canon 1214~The parties, the promoter 180 25,1215| Canon 1215~To the extent it is possible 181 25,1216| Canon 1216~A judicial confession is 182 25,1218| Canon 1218~Having weighted all the 183 25,1219| Canon 1219~A confession or any other 184 4,122 | Canon 122~1. For the administration 185 25,1220| Canon 1220~In every type of trial, 186 25,1221| Canon 1221~1. Public ecclesiastical 187 25,1222| Canon 1222~Unless contrary and evident 188 25,1223| Canon 1223~A private document, whether 189 25,1224| Canon 1224~If the documents are shown 190 25,1225| Canon 1225~Documents do not have probative 191 25,1226| Canon 1226~The judge can order that 192 25,1227| Canon 1227~1. Even if documents are 193 25,1228| Canon 1228~Proof by means of witnesses 194 4,123 | Canon 123~1. In the patriarchal curia 195 25,1230| Canon 1230~All persons can be witnesses 196 25,1232| Canon 1232~The party who has introduced 197 25,1233| Canon 1233~1. When proof by means of 198 25,1234| Canon 1234~It is the judge's responsibility 199 25,1235| Canon 1235~Before witnesses are questioned, 200 25,1236| Canon 1236~With due regard for the 201 25,1237| Canon 1237~The citation of a witness 202 25,1238| Canon 1238~A witness who has been duly 203 25,1239| Canon 1239~1. Witnesses must be questioned 204 4,124 | Canon 124~The liturgical commission, 205 25,1241| Canon 1241~1. Each of the witnesses 206 25,1242| Canon 1242~The questioning of a witness 207 25,1243| Canon 1243~1. The judge is to call 208 25,1244| Canon 1244~The judge, first of all, 209 25,1245| Canon 1245~The questions are to be 210 25,1246| Canon 1246~1. The questions must not 211 25,1247| Canon 1247~Witnesses are to give testimony 212 25,1248| Canon 1248~1. The answer is to be put 213 25,1249| Canon 1249~The notary is to make mention 214 4,125 | Canon 125~The expenses of the patriarchal 215 25,1250| Canon 1250~1. At the conclusion of 216 25,1251| Canon 1251~Although witnesses have 217 25,1252| Canon 1252~In accord with an equitable 218 25,1253| Canon 1253~In evaluating testimony, 219 25,1254| Canon 1254~The deposition of a single 220 25,1256| Canon 1256~It is the responsibility 221 25,1257| Canon 1257~Experts can be excluded 222 25,1258| Canon 1258~1. After paying attention 223 25,1259| Canon 1259~1. Each of the experts should 224 4,126 | Canon 126~1. The patriarchal see becomes 225 25,1260| Canon 1260~1. The judge is to weigh 226 25,1261| Canon 1261~Both the expenses and the 227 25,1262| Canon 1262~1. The parties may designate 228 25,1263| Canon 1263~If in order to settle a 229 25,1264| Canon 1264~When the judicial recognizance 230 25,1265| Canon 1265~To come to a just sentence, 231 25,1266| Canon 1266~A person who has a favorable 232 25,1267| Canon 1267~An incidental case is had 233 25,1268| Canon 1268~An incidental case is proposed 234 4,127 | Canon 127~Unless particular law determines 235 25,1270| Canon 1270~1. If the incidental question 236 25,1271| Canon 1271~Before the principal case 237 25,1272| Canon 1272~1. If the respondent, after 238 25,1274| Canon 1274~If the petitioner has not 239 25,1275| Canon 1275~1. A party who is absent 240 25,1277| Canon 1277~After hearing the parties, 241 25,1278| Canon 1278~Unless the innovation is 242 25,1279| Canon 1279~An attempt is null by the 243 4,128 | Canon 128~The administrator of the 244 25,1280| Canon 1280~Questions on attempts are 245 25,1282| Canon 1282~1. When everything pertinent 246 25,1284| Canon 1284~After the conclusion of 247 25,1286| Canon 1286~1. After the defense briefs 248 25,1288| Canon 1288~A notary is to be present 249 25,1289| Canon 1289~If the parties neglect to 250 4,129 | Canon 129~The administrator of the 251 25,1290| Canon 1290~After the case has been 252 25,1291| Canon 1291~1. For the pronouncement 253 25,1292| Canon 1292~1. If the tribunal is collegiate, 254 25,1293| Canon 1293~1. If there is only one 255 25,1294| Canon 1294~A sentence must: (1) settle 256 25,1296| Canon 1296~The regulations mentioned 257 25,1297| Canon 1297~The sentence is to be communicated 258 25,1298| Canon 1298~The communication of the 259 25,1299| Canon 1299~1. If in the text of the 260 25,1300| Canon 1300~The other pronouncements 261 25,1301| Canon 1301~An interlocutory sentence 262 25,1305| Canon 1305~The judge who pronounced 263 25,1307| Canon 1307~1. Not only the parties 264 25,1308| Canon 1308~Cases involving a complaint 265 4,131 | Canon 131~The administrator of a patriarchal 266 25,1311| Canon 1311~1. An appeal must be filed 267 25,1312| Canon 1312~A delegate cannot appeal 268 25,1313| Canon 1313~If a question arises regarding 269 25,1314| Canon 1314~An appeal must be prosecuted 270 25,1315| Canon 1315~1. In order to prosecute 271 25,1316| Canon 1316~If the deadline for appeal 272 25,1317| Canon 1317~1. The appellant can renounce 273 25,1318| Canon 1318~1. An appeal lodged by the 274 25,1319| Canon 1319~An appeal suspends the execution 275 25,1320| Canon 1320~1. With due regard for the 276 25,1323| Canon 1323~1. A res iudicata possesses 277 25,1327| Canon 1327~1. Restitutio in integrum 278 25,1329| Canon 1329~If restitutio in integrum 279 25,1330| Canon 1330~Those who fear damage of 280 25,1331| Canon 1331~1. An opposition can be 281 25,1332| Canon 1332~1. The opponent in any case 282 25,1333| Canon 1333~If the opponent proves his 283 25,1334| Canon 1334~The poor, that is, those 284 25,1335| Canon 1335~The statutes of the tribunal 285 25,1336| Canon 1336~From a pronouncement relating 286 25,1338| Canon 1338~There can be no execution 287 25,1339| Canon 1339~If the execution of the 288 4,134 | Canon 134~1. The dignity of a metropolitan 289 25,1340| Canon 1340~1. Unless particular law 290 25,1341| Canon 1341~1. Unless something is left 291 25,1342| Canon 1342~1. As regards real actions, 292 25,1343| Canon 1343~1. All cases which are not 293 25,1344| Canon 1344~1. In addition to the points 294 25,1347| Canon 1347~1. When the time limits 295 25,1348| Canon 1348~At the hearing the questions 296 25,1349| Canon 1349~1. The proofs are collected 297 25,1350| Canon 1350~The responses of the parties, 298 25,1351| Canon 1351~Only in accordance with 299 25,1352| Canon 1352~If all the proofs cannot 300 25,1353| Canon 1353~When the proofs have been 301 25,1354| Canon 1354~1. Unless from the discussion 302 25,1355| Canon 1355~If the appellate tribunal 303 25,1356| Canon 1356~In other matters which pertain 304 26,1357| Canon 1357~Marriage cases of the baptized 305 26,1358| Canon 1358~Without prejudice to personal 306 26,1360| Canon 1360~The following are capable 307 26,1361| Canon 1361~1. A marriage which has 308 26,1362| Canon 1362~Before accepting a case 309 26,1363| Canon 1363~1. When the libellus introducing 310 26,1364| Canon 1364~1. The defender of the bond, 311 26,1365| Canon 1365~Unless full proofs are present 312 26,1366| Canon 1366~In cases of impotence or 313 26,1367| Canon 1367~During the instruction of 314 26,1368| Canon 1368~1. The sentence which first 315 4,137 | Canon 137~The synod of bishops of 316 26,1370| Canon 1370~1. After the sentence which 317 26,1371| Canon 1371~Immediately after the sentence 318 26,1373| Canon 1373~1. If the defender of the 319 26,1375| Canon 1375~Cases declaring the nullity 320 26,1376| Canon 1376~In other procedural matters, 321 26,1377| Canon 1377~In the sentence the parties 322 26,1378| Canon 1378~1. Personal separation of 323 26,1379| Canon 1379~1. Unless one party seeks 324 4,138 | Canon 138~The rights and obligations 325 26,1380| Canon 1380~The prescriptions of can. 326 26,1381| Canon 1381~Before accepting the case 327 26,1382| Canon 1382~In cases involving the separation 328 26,1383| Canon 1383~1. Whenever the death of 329 26,1384| Canon 1384~In order to obtain the dissolution 330 26,1385| Canon 1385~The cleric himself, the 331 26,1386| Canon 1386~1. The libellus attacking 332 26,1387| Canon 1387~After the second sentence 333 26,1388| Canon 1388~In the removal or transfer 334 26,1390| Canon 1390~The reasons for which a 335 26,1392| Canon 1392~A resignation by a pastor 336 26,1393| Canon 1393~1. If the pastor has not 337 26,1394| Canon 1394~But if the pastor opposes 338 26,1395| Canon 1395~When the pastor has been 339 26,1397| Canon 1397~If the good of souls or 340 26,1398| Canon 1398~If the pastor does not intend 341 26,1399| Canon 1399~1. Notwithstanding the reasons 342 27,1401| Canon 1401~Since God employs every 343 27,1404| Canon 1404~1. In the matter of penalties, 344 27,1405| Canon 1405~1. Whoever has legislative 345 27,1407| Canon 1407~1. If, in the judgment of 346 27,1408| Canon 1408~A penalty does not bind 347 4,141 | Canon 141~The patriarchal assembly 348 27,1410| Canon 1410~The imposition of penalties 349 27,1412| Canon 1412~1. One who is bound by the 350 27,1413| Canon 1413~1. One who has not completed 351 27,1414| Canon 1414~1. Only those are subject 352 27,1416| Canon 1416~When an offense was committed 353 27,1417| Canon 1417~When persons conspire together 354 27,1418| Canon 1418~1. One who in order to commit 355 27,1419| Canon 1419~1. One who can dispense 356 4,142 | Canon 142~1. The patriarch is to convoke 357 27,1420| Canon 1420~1. A penalty imposed in 358 27,1421| Canon 1421~The remitting of a penalty 359 27,1422| Canon 1422~1. A penalty can be remitted 360 27,1423| Canon 1423~1. Without prejudice to 361 27,1424| Canon 1424~1. The remission of a penalty 362 27,1425| Canon 1425~If someone is bound by several 363 27,1427| Canon 1427~1. Without prejudice to 364 27,1428| Canon 1428~If the seriousness of the 365 27,1429| Canon 1429~1. The prohibition against 366 4,143 | Canon 143~1. To the patriarchal assembly 367 27,1430| Canon 1430~1. Penal deprivations can 368 27,1432| Canon 1432~1. A suspension can refer 369 27,1435| Canon 1435~1. If the penalty forbids 370 27,1436| Canon 1436~1. One who denies a truth 371 27,1437| Canon 1437~One who refuses subjection 372 27,1438| Canon 1438~One who intentionally omits 373 27,1439| Canon 1439~Parents and those who take 374 4,144 | Canon 144~1. With due regard for the 375 27,1440| Canon 1440~One who violates the norms 376 27,1441| Canon 1441~Whoever employs sacred objects 377 27,1442| Canon 1442~Whoever has thrown away 378 27,1443| Canon 1443~who has simulated the celebration 379 27,1444| Canon 1444~One who has committed perjury 380 27,1445| Canon 1445~1. One who has used bodily 381 27,1446| Canon 1446~One who disobeys his own 382 27,1447| Canon 1447~1. One who incites sedition 383 27,1448| Canon 1448~1. One who uses a public 384 27,1449| Canon 1449~One who has alienated ecclesiastical 385 27,1451| Canon 1451~One who has seized, unjustly 386 27,1452| Canon 1452~Whoever has caused serious 387 27,1454| Canon 1454~One who has falsely accused 388 27,1455| Canon 1455~One who falsified an ecclesiastical 389 27,1456| Canon 1456~1. A confessor who has directly 390 27,1457| Canon 1457~A priest who has absolved 391 27,1458| Canon 1458~A priest who in the act 392 27,1459| Canon 1459~1. Bishops who have conferred 393 4,146 | Canon 146~1. The territory of the 394 27,1460| Canon 1460~One who turns directly or 395 27,1461| Canon 1461~One who has conferred or 396 27,1462| Canon 1462~One who has obtained, conferred 397 27,1463| Canon 1463~One who has given or promised 398 27,1464| Canon 1464~1. One who, in addition 399 27,1465| Canon 1465~One who, belonging to any 400 27,1466| Canon 1466~A cleric, religious or member 401 27,1467| Canon 1467~One who violates the obligations 402 28,1469| Canon 1469~1. With due regard for cann. 403 4,147 | Canon 147~Inside the territorial boundaries 404 28,1470| Canon 1470~The acts of the investigation, 405 28,1471| Canon 1471~1. With due regard for the 406 28,1472| Canon 1472~1. If the hierarch has decreed 407 28,1473| Canon 1473~To prevent scandal, to protect 408 28,1474| Canon 1474~The judge must invite the 409 28,1475| Canon 1475~1. In any grade of the trial, 410 28,1476| Canon 1476~Besides arguments and observations 411 28,1477| Canon 1477~1. The promoter of justice, 412 28,1478| Canon 1478~In the discussion of the 413 28,1479| Canon 1479~1. When the discussion has 414 4,148 | Canon 148~1. It is the right and the 415 28,1480| Canon 1480~The dispositive part of 416 28,1481| Canon 1481~1. The offender can propose 417 28,1485| Canon 1485~Even if the sentence rendered 418 29,1488| Canon 1488~Laws come into existence 419 29,1489| Canon 1489~1. Laws of the Apostolic 420 29,1490| Canon 1490~Merely ecclesiastical laws 421 29,1492| Canon 1492~Laws enacted by the supreme 422 29,1493| Canon 1493~1. Beyond the laws and legitimate 423 29,1494| Canon 1494~Laws deal with the future 424 29,1495| Canon 1495~Only those laws which expressly 425 29,1496| Canon 1496~When there is a doubt of 426 29,1497| Canon 1497~1. Ignorance or error concerning 427 29,1498| Canon 1498~1. Laws are authentically 428 29,1499| Canon 1499~Laws are to be understood 429 29,1500| Canon 1500~Laws which establish a penalty 430 29,1501| Canon 1501~Unless it is penal matter, 431 29,1503| Canon 1503~In a case of doubt the revocation 432 29,1504| Canon 1504~Civil laws to which the 433 29,1506| Canon 1505~The use of the masculine 434 29,1507| Canon 1506~1. The custom of the Christian 435 29,1508| Canon 1507~1. Only that custom can 436 29,1509| Canon 1508~Custom is the best interpreter 437 29,1510| Canon 1509~A custom, whether it is 438 5,151 | Canon 151~A major archbishop is the 439 29,1511| Canon 1510~1. Administrative acts can 440 29,1512| Canon 1511~An administrative act has 441 29,1513| Canon 1512~1. An administrative act 442 29,1514| Canon 1513~1. No administrative act 443 29,1515| Canon 1514~An administrative act which 444 29,1516| Canon 1515~An administrative act, even 445 29,1517| Canon 1516~Conditions attached to administrative 446 29,1519| Canon 1518~The authority should issue 447 29,1520| Canon 1519~1. The person who issues 448 5,152 | Canon 152~What is stated in common 449 29,1522| Canon 1521~The executor of an administrative 450 29,1523| Canon 1522~1. The executor of an administrative 451 29,1524| Canon 1523~The executor of an administrative 452 29,1525| Canon 1524~The executor of an administrative 453 29,1526| Canon 1525~An administrative act can 454 29,1527| Canon 1526~If there has been any error 455 29,1529| Canon 1528~A rescript can be requested 456 29,1530| Canon 1529~1. The concealment of the 457 5,153 | Canon 153~1. A major archbishop is 458 29,1531| Canon 1530~1. A favor which has been 459 29,1532| Canon 1531~1. A privilege, that is 460 29,1533| Canon 1532~1. A privilege is presumed 461 29,1534| Canon 1533~1. No privilege ceases through 462 29,1535| Canon 1534~A privilege which is not 463 29,1536| Canon 1535~Whoever abuses the power 464 29,1537| Canon 1536~1. A dispensation, that 465 29,1538| Canon 1537~Laws, insofar as they define 466 29,1539| Canon 1538~1. As often as he judges 467 29,1540| Canon 1539~He who possesses the power 468 5,154 | Canon 154~Major archbishops hold the 469 30,1541| Canon 1541~No prescription has any 470 30,1543| Canon 1543~Time is computed according 471 30,1544| Canon 1544~1. Continuous time is understood 472 30,1545| Canon 1545~1. In the law, a day is 473 30,1546| Canon 1546~1. The day from which the 474 6,155 | Canon 155~1. A metropolitan Church 475 6,156 | Canon 156~1. Within three months after 476 6,157 | Canon 157~1. The power which a metropolitan 477 6,158 | Canon 158~1. The see of the metropolitan 478 6,161 | Canon 161~The metropolitan is to be 479 6,162 | Canon 162~As a sign of full communion 480 6,163 | Canon 163~It should be the custom 481 6,164 | Canon 164~1. To the council of hierarchs 482 6,165 | Canon 165~1. All bishops lawfully 483 6,166 | Canon 166~1. Unless particular law 484 6,167 | Canon 167~1. With due regard for the 485 6,169 | Canon 169~The council of hierarchs 486 6,170 | Canon 170~The council of hierarchs 487 6,171 | Canon 171~The council of hierarchs 488 6,172 | Canon 172~In a metropolitan Church 489 6,173 | Canon 173~1. During the vacancy of 490 6,174 | Canon 174~A Church sui iuris, which 491 6,176 | Canon 176~If common law remits something 492 7,177 | Canon 177~1. An eparchy is a portion 493 7,178 | Canon 178~The eparchial bishop, as 494 7,179 | Canon 179~Bishops to whom an eparchy 495 7,186 | Canon 186~1. If the synod of bishops 496 7,189 | Canon 189~1. The eparchial bishop 497 7,190 | Canon 190~The eparchial bishop represents 498 7,191 | Canon 191~1. The eparchial bishop 499 7,192 | Canon 192~1. In the exercise of his 500 7,193 | Canon 193~1. The eparchial bishop


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