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Lateran IV

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matter

   Canon
1 3 | satisfaction within a year, let the matter be made known to the supreme 2 3 | offers no obstacle in this matter and permits freedom of action. 3 3 | an account to him in any matter, but let him be urged to 4 3 | purge themselves of the matter of which they are accused, 5 7 | delegated by us in this matter, shall so punish them with 6 7 | punishment, for in this matter the Apostolic See, on the 7 8 | accuser and judge in the matter. But, while this is to be 8 8 | through stubbornness; and the matter to be investigated must 9 12 | visitors shall refer the matter to the attention of the 10 15 | anyone be culpable in this matter, unless he heeds the warning 11 17 | offices. ~Text: It is a matter for regret that there are 12 18 | of the princes let this matter be committed to laymen and 13 24 | a representative in the matter of an election (that is, 14 30 | very inconsistent and grave matter that some bishops, when 15 30 | investigation in regard to this matter be made in the annual provincial 16 30 | prove delinquent in this matter. An offense of this kind 17 30 | suspended, that in this matter also the four patriarchal 18 34 | complaint in regard to this matter has been lodged, proves 19 35 | of the litigants in the matter of labor and expenses may 20 37 | compelled to yield in the matter under dispute or by payment 21 44 | that power not only in the matter of the alienation of fiefs 22 44 | jurisdictions, but also in the matter of mortuaries and other 23 44 | Wishing, therefore, in this matter to secure the churches against 24 45 | exceed their rights in the matter of church government are 25 45 | jurisdiction in the aforesaid matter beyond what is permitted 26 46 | excommunicated persons in this matter or by their orders, be considered 27 47 | him; and in regard to the matter for which he was excommunicated, 28 48 | suspected him commit the matter to a competent person, or 29 50 | previous enactments in this matter, decree in the resent statute 30 50 | issued relative to this matter either by others or by ourselves, 31 51 | marriage be forbidden till the matter is cleared up. ~Text. Since 32 52 | CANON 52~Summary. In the matter of consanguinity and affinity, 33 52 | eye-witnesses cannot be had in the matter of reckoning to the seventh 34 52 | we decree that in this matter hearsay witnesses be not 35 53 | churches against loss in this matter, we decree that the owners 36 54 | strive to defraud in the matter of tithes, deducting from 37 67 | are they oppressed in this matter by the treachery of the 38 67 | Wishing, therefore, in this matter to protect the Christians 39 69 | wisely enacted in this matter, prohibiting Jews from being 40 69 | given preference in the matter of public offices, since 41 HLD| given all things, if in this matter they refuse to serve Him 42 HLD| deliberately commit fraud in this matter will incur that penalty. ~


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