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Code of Canon Law


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    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | announced for the first time his decision to reform the 2 Intr | Castillo Lara. For a very long time he has done excellent work 3 Intr | charisms, it at the same time renders their organic development 4 Intr | THE LATIN EDITION~From the time of the primitive Church 5 Intr | Council of Trent during the time of the Catholic Reformation 6 Intr | why during the course of time legislation outside the 7 Intr | operative legislation at that time. After the death of Pius 8 Intr | laws as had occurred at the time of the Pio-~Benedictine 9 Intr | Commission met for the second time on November 25, 1965 to 10 Intr | copy to the relator and, if time permitted, to all the members 11 Intr | norms handed down at the time, those steps were as follows.~ 12 Intr | within a prudently determined time frame—not less than six 13 Intr | six months.~At the same time, the schemata were also 14 Intr | would issue the Code at a time and in a way which seemed 15 1, 0, 4| juridic persons up to this time by the Apostolic See remain 16 1, 0, 8| itself establishes another time period.~ 17 1, 0, 12| there and who at the same time are actually residing there, 18 1, 0, 53| general, the decree later in time modifies the earlier to 19 1, 0, 57| law prescribes some other time period.~§2. When this time 20 1, 0, 57| time period.~§2. When this time period has passed, if the 21 1, 0, 63| executor must be true at the time when the rescript is given; 22 1, 0, 63| given; in others, at the time of execution.~ 23 1, 0, 67| general, the earlier in time prevails over the later 24 1, 0, 69| for whose presentation no time is specified can be shown 25 1, 0, 69| shown to the executor at any time, provided that there is 26 1, 0, 83| through the lapse of the time period or through the completion 27 1, 0, 83| changed in the course of time that it becomes harmful 28 1, 0, 87| difficult and, at the same time, there is danger of grave 29 1, 0, 112| 2/ a spouse who, at the time of or during marriage, has 30 1, 0, 142| mandate; by expiration of the time or completion of the number 31 1, 0, 142| inadvertently after the lapse of the time limit of the grant is valid.~ 32 1, 0, 145| the office is at the same time constituted and conferred.~ 33 1, 0, 152| be fulfilled at the same time by the same person, are 34 1, 0, 153| for a determined period of time, provision can be made within 35 1, 0, 153| before the expiration of this time and takes effect from the 36 1, 0, 160| persons, either at the same time or successively.~§2. No 37 1, 0, 162| presentation within the useful time according to the norm of 38 1, 0, 165| beyond three months of useful time computed from the notice 39 1, 0, 182| sent within the prescribed time, by that fact it is null, 40 1, 0, 182| sending it at the opportune time by malice or negligence.~§ 41 1, 0, 184| lapse of a predetermined time, by reaching the age determined 42 1, 0, 186| lapse of a predetermined time or by the reaching of a 43 1, 0, 193| an indefinite period of time except for grave causes 44 1, 0, 193| for a definite period of time before this time has elapsed, 45 1, 0, 193| period of time before this time has elapsed, without prejudice 46 1, 0, 198| through the entire course of time required for prescription, 47 1, 0 | TITLE XI.~COMPUTATION OF TIME (Cann. 200 - 203)~ 48 1, 0, 200| expressly provides otherwise, time is to be computed according 49 1, 0, 201| Can. 201 §1. Continuous time is understood as that which 50 1, 0, 201| interruption.~§2. Useful time is understood as that which 51 1, 0, 202| in the calendar.~§2. If time is continuous, a month and 52 1, 0, 203| the total which, if the time consists of one or more 53 2, 1, 217| human person and at the same time to know and live the mystery 54 2, 1, 235| seminary throughout the entire time of formation or, if in the 55 2, 1, 248| necessities of place and time, in such way that, grounded 56 2, 1, 248| the people of their own time in a manner adapted to their 57 2, 1, 250| years in such a way that the time dedicated to philosophical 58 2, 1, 251| investigation over the course of time. It is to be taught in such 59 2, 1, 255| to the needs of place and time, pertain to the exercise 60 2, 1, 271| church for a predetermined time, which can even be renewed 61 2, 1, 276| are equally bound to make time for spiritual retreats according 62 2, 1, 283| for a notable period of time, to be determined by particular 63 2, 1, 283| a fitting and sufficient time of vacation each year as 64 2, 1, 304| necessity or advantage of time and place.~§2. They are 65 2, 1, 304| adapted to the usage of time and place, selected above 66 2, 1, 318| direct the association for a time in its name.~§2. The person 67 2, 2, 344| determines at an appropriate time before the celebration of 68 2, 2, 365| pontifical legate who at the same time acts as a legate to states 69 2, 2, 382| the same diocese at the time of promotion, without prejudice 70 2, 2, 394| to the needs of place and time.~ 71 2, 2, 399| according to the form and time determined by the Apostolic 72 2, 2, 410| diocese.~Except for a brief time, they are not to be absent 73 2, 2, 421| legitimately within the prescribed time for whatever cause, his 74 2, 2, 423| finance officer at the same time. Therefore, if the Finance 75 2, 2, 446| promulgation of the decrees and the time when the promulgated decrees 76 2, 2, 447| to the circumstances of time and place, according to 77 2, 2, 455| of promulgation and the time when the decrees take effect.~§ 78 2, 2, 477| be appointed only for a time to be determined in the 79 2, 2, 481| at the expiration of the time of the mandate, by resignation, 80 2, 2, 488| archive except for a brief time only and with the consent 81 2, 2, 501| are to be designated for a time determined in the statutes, 82 2, 2, 510| church which is at the same time parochial and capitular, 83 2, 2, 510| church which is at the same time parochial and capitular 84 2, 2, 513| constituted for a period of time according to the prescripts 85 2, 2, 520| specific, predetermined time. In either case it is to 86 2, 2, 522| an indefinite period of time. The diocesan bishop can 87 2, 2, 527| ordinary is to prescribe the time within which possession 88 2, 2, 530| baptismal font at Easter time, the leading of processions 89 2, 2, 533| are not computed in the time of vacation. In order to 90 2, 2, 535| bishop or his delegate at the time of visitation or at some 91 2, 2, 535| at some other opportune time, do not come into the hands 92 2, 2, 538| validity, and by lapse of time if he had been appointed 93 2, 2, 550| a pastor concerning the time of vacation.~ 94 2, 2, 554| circumstances of place and time.~§2. A vicar forane is to 95 2, 2, 554| for a certain period of time determined by particular 96 2, 3, 592| See, in a manner and at a time established by the latter.~§ 97 2, 3, 607| however, when the period of time has elapsed, and lead a 98 2, 3, 623| of superior, a suitable time is required after perpetual 99 2, 3, 624| and appropriate period of time according to the nature 100 2, 3, 624| constituted for a definite time, do not remain too long 101 2, 3, 632| composition, way of proceeding and time of celebration.~ 102 2, 3, 636| communities.~§2. At the time and in the manner established 103 2, 3, 647| for a certain period of time in another house of the 104 2, 3, 652| life and prayer.~§5. The time of the novitiate mentioned 105 2, 3, 653| superior can extend the time of probation according to 106 2, 3, 660| doctrinal and at the same time practical. Suitable degrees, 107 2, 3, 660| appropriate.~§2. During the time of this formation, offices 108 2, 3, 661| them with the resources and time for this.~ 109 2, 3, 667| truly necessary period of time.~ 110 2, 3, 683| Can. 683 §1. At the time of pastoral visitation and 111 2, 3, 684| law is to determine the time and manner of the probation 112 2, 3, 688| depart from it when the time of profession has been completed.~§ 113 2, 3, 688| completed.~§2. During the time of temporary profession, 114 2, 3, 690| temporary profession and the time of vows to precede perpetual 115 2, 3, 717| they are to define the time during which the moderators 116 2, 3, 724| human things at the same time; moreover, moderators of 117 3, 0, 750| Church, and at the same time proposed as divinely revealed 118 3, 0, 767| week, especially during the time of Advent and Lent or on 119 3, 0, 777| an appropriate period of time children are prepared properly 120 3, 0, 830| place, with his name and the time and place of the permission 121 4, 1, 890| sacrament at the proper time. Parents and pastors of 122 4, 1, 890| to it at the appropriate time.~ 123 4, 1, 917| can receive it a second time on the same day only within 124 4, 1, 920| a just cause at another time during the year.~ 125 4, 1 | Art. 4.~THE TIME AND PLACE OF THE CELEBRATION 126 4, 1, 942| an appropriate period of time, even if not continuous, 127 4, 1, 955| offering received.~§2. The time within which Masses must 128 4, 1, 959| baptism and, at the same, time are reconciled with the 129 4, 1, 961| and there is insufficient time for the priest or priests 130 4, 1, 961| within a suitable period of time in such a way that the penitents 131 4, 1, 962| absolution given to many at one time, it is required not only 132 4, 1, 962| disposed but also at the same time intends to confess within 133 4, 1, 962| within a suitable period of time each grave sin which at 134 4, 1, 962| sin which at the present time cannot be so confessed.~§ 135 4, 1, 962| danger of death, if there is time.~ 136 4, 1, 972| or a definite period of time.~ 137 4, 1, 984| received in confession at any time.~ 138 4, 1, 996| works in the established time and the proper method, according 139 4, 1, 1001| sacrament at the appropriate time.~ 140 4, 1, 1032| diaconal order, for a suitable time defined by the bishop or 141 4, 1, 1032| unless he has completed the time of formation.~ ~ 142 4, 1, 1035| for a suitable period of time.~§2. There is to be an interval 143 4, 1, 1036| ministry and at the same time asks to be admitted to the 144 4, 1, 1051| to the circumstances of time and place, such as testimonial 145 4, 1, 1077| territory but only for a time, for a grave cause, and 146 4, 1, 1080| and there is insufficient time to make recourse to the 147 4, 1, 1086| fulfilled.~§3. If at the time the marriage was contracted 148 4, 1, 1125| informed at an appropriate time about the promises which 149 4, 1, 1145| other spouse a period of time to respond if the spouse 150 4, 1, 1148| non-baptized wives at the same time can retain one of them after 151 4, 1, 1148| non-baptized husbands at the same time.~§2. In the cases mentioned 152 4, 2, 1175| liturgy of the hours, the true time for each hour is to be observed 153 4, 2, 1176| bodies, and at the same time brings the solace of hope 154 4, 2, 1194| ceases by the lapse of the time designated to fulfill the 155 4, 2, 1195| of the vow for as long a time as the fulfillment of the 156 4, 3, 1221| and gratuitous during the time of sacred celebrations.~ 157 4, 3, 1248| to prayer for a suitable time alone, as a family, or, 158 5, 0, 1283| income accurately and on time, protect what is collected, 159 5, 0, 1283| norms;~5/ pay at the stated time the interest due on a loan 160 5, 0, 1302| the obligation for a long time, to be determined by particular 161 5, 0, 1302| in can. 1274, §1 when the time is completed unless some 162 6, 1, 1335| perpetually, for a prescribed time, or for an indeterminate 163 6, 1, 1335| or for an indeterminate time:~1/ a prohibition or an 164 6, 1, 1343| penalty to a more opportune time if it is foreseen that greater 165 6, 1, 1343| offense again within the time determined by the judge, 166 6, 1, 1343| unless in the interim the time for the prescription of 167 6, 1, 1346| has been given a suitable time for repentance.~§2. An offender 168 6, 1, 1356| of grave sin during the time necessary for the competent 169 6, 1, 1362| in can. 1651 within the time limits mentioned in can. 170 7, 1, 1421| appointed for a definite time, without prejudice to the 171 7, 1, 1446| litigation or even at any other time, the judge is not to neglect 172 7, 1, 1462| be treated at the proper time according to the rules for 173 7, 1 | CHAPTER III.~TIME LIMITS AND DELAYS~ 174 7, 1, 1465| Fatalia legis, that is, the time limits established by law 175 7, 1, 1465| judicial or conventional time limits lapse, however, the 176 7, 1, 1466| law in no way establishes time limits for completing procedural 177 7, 1, 1467| for a judicial act, the time limit is extended to the 178 7, 1, 1484| mandate within the peremptory time established by the judge.~ 179 7, 2, 1508| respondent and at the same time to others who must appear.~§ 180 7, 2, 1516| to prescribe a suitable time for the parties to present 181 7, 2, 1519| to do so within the brief time period established by the 182 7, 2, 1552| be presented within the time period set by the judge; 183 7, 2, 1563| knowledge and the precise time when the witness learned 184 7, 2, 1564| several points at the same time, not deceitful or deceptive 185 7, 2, 1577| judge is to determine the time within which the expert 186 7, 2, 1592| respondent within the useful time, even by issuing a new citation 187 7, 2, 1596| and peremptory period of time assigned to the person to 188 7, 2, 1599| else to add, the useful time prescribed by the judge 189 7, 2, 1601| determine a suitable period of time to present defense briefs 190 7, 2, 1603| responses within the brief time period established by the 191 7, 2, 1603| must be granted a second time for a grave cause; then, 192 7, 2, 1603| right to reply a second time to the responses of the 193 7, 2, 1606| defense brief within the time available to them or have 194 7, 2, 1609| to establish the date and time when the judges are to convene 195 7, 2, 1625| with an appeal within the time established for an appeal.~ 196 7, 2, 1626| has rendered, within the time limit for acting established 197 7, 2, 1626| through the expiration of the time limit mentioned in can. 198 7, 2, 1634| is made within the useful time, the time limits do not 199 7, 2, 1634| within the useful time, the time limits do not run in the 200 7, 2, 1641| introduced within the useful time;~3/ if at the appellate 201 7, 2, 1644| recourse can be made at any time to the appellate tribunal 202 7, 2, 1644| forward within the peremptory time limit of thirty days from 203 7, 2, 1646| occurs later, however, the time limit runs from this notice.~§ 204 7, 2, 1646| from this notice.~§3. The time limits mentioned above do 205 7, 2, 1655| prudence is to establish a time limit to fulfill the obligation; 206 7, 2, 1655| fulfill the obligation; this time limit, however, is not to 207 7, 2, 1660| judge is to establish a time limit for the petitioner 208 7, 2, 1661| Can. 1661 §1. When the time limits mentioned in cann. 209 7, 3, 1703| who requests it and set a time to present observations.~ 210 7, 3, 1707| spouse alone, even for a long time, is not sufficient.~§3. 211 7, 4, 1723| can. 1481, §1 within the time limit set by the judge.~§ 212 7, 5, 1733| norm of can. 1734 and the time limits for making recourse 213 7, 5, 1735| petition must be rejected, the time limits for making recourse 214 7, 5, 1735| thirty days, however, the time limits run from the thirtieth 215 7, 5, 1736| decree within the established time limit, the interim suspension 216 7, 5, 1737| proposed within the peremptory time limit of fifteen useful 217 7, 5, 1741| will not cease in a brief time;~4/ grave neglect or violation 218 7, 5, 1744| invitation and extend the useful time to respond.~§2. If the bishop 219 7, 5, 1751| after the lapse of a set time.~§2. If this period of time 220 7, 5, 1751| time.~§2. If this period of time has passed without action,


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