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Code of Canon Law


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    Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 38| it injures the acquired right of another or is contrary 2 1, 0, 115| decisions, whether by equal right or not, according to the 3 1, 0, 134| institutes of pontifical right and of clerical societies 4 1, 0, 134| apostolic life of pontifical right who at least possess ordinary 5 1, 0, 158| by a person who has the right of presentation must be 6 1, 0, 158| group of persons has the right of presentation, the person 7 1, 0, 160| person who possesses the right of presentation can present 8 1, 0, 161| installation, the one who has the right of presentation can exercise 9 1, 0, 161| presentation can exercise this right again within a month from 10 1, 0, 162| unsuitable person loses the right of presentation for that 11 1, 0, 165| group of persons has the right of election to office, the 12 1, 0, 165| ecclesiastical authority who has the right of confirming the election 13 1, 0, 165| confirming the election or the right of providing for the office 14 1, 0, 167| the same notice have the right to vote. The faculty of 15 1, 0, 168| Even if a person has the right to vote in his or her own 16 1, 0, 174| written consent, transfer the right to elect on that occasion 17 1, 0, 175| compromise ceases and the right to vote returns to those 18 1, 0, 177| the person loses every right deriving from the election 19 1, 0, 177| and does not regain any right by subsequent acceptance 20 1, 0, 178| obtains the office in full right immediately; otherwise, 21 1, 0, 178| person acquires only the right to the office.~ 22 1, 0, 179| person is deprived of every right unless it has been proved 23 1, 0, 179| obtains the office in full right unless the law provides 24 1, 0, 182| group is deprived of the right of electing or postulating 25 1, 0, 182| person postulated acquires no right by postulation; the competent 26 1, 0, 183| competent authority, the right of electing reverts to the 27 1, 0, 183| acquires the office in full right immediately.~ 28 1, 0, 184| all those who have some right offer the provision of the 29 1, 0, 190| by a person who has the right of providing for the office 30 1, 0, 190| without prejudice to the right of proposing contrary arguments.~§ 31 1, 0, 197| acquiring or losing a subjective right as well as of freeing oneself 32 1, 0, 199| of a sacred order;~7/ the right of visitation and the obligation 33 1, 0, 201| exercise or to pursue a right, so that it does not run 34 2, 1, 211| faithful have the duty and right to work so that the divine 35 2, 1, 212| they possess, they have the right and even at times the duty 36 2, 1, 213| Christian faithful have the right to receive assistance from 37 2, 1, 214| Christian faithful have the right to worship God according 38 2, 1, 216| Christian faithful have the right to promote or sustain apostolic 39 2, 1, 217| Christian faithful have the right to a Christian education 40 2, 1, 219| Christian faithful have the right to be free from any kind 41 2, 1, 220| possesses nor to injure the right of any person to protect 42 2, 1, 221| Christian faithful also have the right to be judged according to 43 2, 1, 221| Christian faithful have the right not to be punished with 44 2, 1, 225| obligation and possess the right as individuals, or joined 45 2, 1, 226| obligation and possess the right to educate them. Therefore, 46 2, 1, 227| Christian faithful have the right to have recognized that 47 2, 1, 229| obligation and possess the right to acquire knowledge of 48 2, 1, 229| 2. They also possess the right to acquire that fuller knowledge 49 2, 1, 230| does not grant them the right to obtain support or remuneration 50 2, 1, 231| observed, lay persons have the right to decent remuneration appropriate 51 2, 1, 231| family. They also have a right for their social provision, 52 2, 1, 232| the proper and exclusive right to form those who are designated 53 2, 1, 278| Secular clerics have the right to associate with others 54 2, 1, 295| proper ordinary; he has the right to erect a national or international 55 2, 1, 305| therefore has the duty and right to inspect them according 56 2, 1, 309| established associations have the right to issue particular norms 57 2, 1, 312| those associations whose right of erection has been reserved 58 2, 1, 316| without prejudice to the right of recourse to the ecclesiastical 59 2, 1, 317| the moderator in his own right. The same ecclesiastical 60 2, 1, 325| without prejudice to the right of competent ecclesiastical 61 2, 2, 333| He nevertheless has the right, according to the needs 62 2, 2, 339| college of bishops have the right and duty to take part in 63 2, 2, 351| rights; he possesses the right of precedence, though, from 64 2, 2, 355| assistant dean has the same right, and if he is impeded, the 65 2, 2, 362| the innate and independent right to appoint, send, transfer, 66 2, 2, 377| without prejudice to the right of each bishop individually 67 2, 2, 397| institutes of pontifical right and their houses only in 68 2, 2, 403| bishop does not possess the right of succession.~§2. In more 69 2, 2, 403| coadjutor bishop possesses the right of succession.~ 70 2, 2, 443| particular councils and have the right of a deliberative vote in 71 2, 2, 443| councils; they also have the right of a deliberative vote.~§ 72 2, 2, 487| Interested parties have the right to obtain personally or 73 2, 2, 498| The following have the right of election, both active 74 2, 2, 498| provide for it, the same right of election can be conferred 75 2, 2, 523| unless someone has the right of presentation or election.~ 76 2, 2, 550| vicar possesses the same right as a pastor concerning the 77 2, 2, 555| forane has the duty and right:~1/ of promoting and coordinating 78 2, 2, 557| without prejudice to the right of election or presentation 79 2, 2, 557| institute of pontifical right, the diocesan bishop is 80 2, 2, 567| the superior, who has the right to propose a specific priest 81 2, 3, 589| said to be of pontifical right if the Apostolic See has 82 2, 3, 589| is said to be of diocesan right, however, if it has been 83 2, 3, 593| institutes of pontifical right are immediately and exclusively 84 2, 3, 594| an institute of diocesan right remains under the special 85 2, 3, 596| institutes of pontifical right, however, they also possess 86 2, 3, 597| Catholic endowed with a right intention who has the qualities 87 2, 3, 611| any institute entails the right:~1/ to lead a life according 88 2, 3, 625| an institute of diocesan right.~§3. Other superiors are 89 2, 3, 628| proper law.~§2. It is the right and duty of a diocesan bishop 90 2, 3, 628| an institute of diocesan right located in his own territory.~§ 91 2, 3, 637| the local ordinary has the right to be informed about the 92 2, 3, 637| religious house of diocesan right.~ 93 2, 3, 638| for institutes of diocesan right, it is also necessary to 94 2, 3, 641| Can. 641 The right to admit candidates to the 95 2, 3, 672| institutes of pontifical right, the proper major superior 96 2, 3, 681| without prejudice to the right of religious superiors according 97 2, 3, 686| concerns institutes of diocesan right.~§2. It is only for the 98 2, 3, 686| institute of pontifical right, or by a diocesan bishop 99 2, 3, 686| an institute of diocesan right, for grave causes, with 100 2, 3, 688| institute of pontifical right. In institutes of diocesan 101 2, 3, 688| In institutes of diocesan right and in the monasteries mentioned 102 2, 3, 691| institutes of pontifical right, an indult of this type 103 2, 3, 691| In institutes of diocesan right, however, the bishop of 104 2, 3, 698| in cann. 695 and 696, the right of the member to communicate 105 2, 3, 700| an institute of diocesan right, confirmation belongs to 106 2, 3, 700| decree must indicate the right which the dismissed possesses 107 2, 3, 706| above:~1/ if he has lost the right of ownership of goods through 108 2, 3, 706| if he has not lost the right of ownership of goods through 109 2, 3, 720| Can. 720 The right of admission into the institute, 110 2, 3, 727| institute is of pontifical right; otherwise the member may 111 2, 3, 733| erect a house entails the right to have at least an oratory 112 2, 3, 744| without prejudice to the right of returning before definitive 113 3, 0, 747| has the duty and innate right, independent of any human 114 3, 0, 748| obligation and possess the right of embracing and observing 115 3, 0, 762| God, which it is certainly right to require from the mouth 116 3, 0, 763| Can. 763 Bishops have the right to preach the word of God 117 3, 0, 763| institutes of pontifical right, unless the local bishop 118 3, 0, 793| obligation and possess the right of educating their offspring. 119 3, 0, 793| parents also have the duty and right of choosing those means 120 3, 0, 793| 2. Parents also have the right to that assistance, to be 121 3, 0, 794| Can. 794 §1. The duty and right of educating belongs in 122 3, 0, 795| sense of responsibility and right use of freedom, and are 123 3, 0, 800| 800 §1. The Church has the right to establish and direct 124 3, 0, 805| the local ordinary has the right to appoint or approve teachers 125 3, 0, 806| diocesan bishop has the right to watch over and visit 126 3, 0, 807| 807 The Church has the right to erect and direct universities, 127 3, 0, 810| concerned have the duty and right of being watchful so that 128 3, 0, 822| pastors of the Church, using a right proper to the Church in 129 3, 0, 823| Church have the duty and right to be watchful so that no 130 3, 0, 823| They also have the duty and right to demand that writings 131 3, 0, 823| judgment and have the duty and right to condemn writings which 132 3, 0, 823| bishops, have the duty and right mentioned in §1 with regard 133 3, 0, 823| however, has this duty and right with regard to the entire 134 3, 0, 830| ordinaries can consult; the right of each local ordinary to 135 4, 1, 858| prejudice to the cumulative right already acquired by other 136 4, 1, 861| necessity any person with the right intention, confers baptism 137 4, 1, 911| apostolic life have the duty and right of bringing the Most Holy 138 4, 1, 957| Can. 957 The duty and right of exercising vigilance 139 4, 1, 968| clerical and of pontifical right, who have executive power 140 4, 1, 1003| entrusted have the duty and right of administering the anointing 141 4, 1, 1019| institute of pontifical right or of a clerical society 142 4, 1, 1019| apostolic life of pontifical right is competent to grant dimissorial 143 4, 1, 1029| faith, are moved by the right intention, have the requisite 144 4, 1, 1052| conferring ordination by his own right to proceed to the ordination, 145 4, 1, 1075| supreme authority has the right to establish other impediments 146 4, 1, 1078| institute of pontifical right;~2/ the impediment of crime 147 4, 1, 1127| the Catholic party has the right of dispensing from the form 148 4, 1, 1135| spouse has an equal duty and right to those things which belong 149 4, 1, 1136| grave duty and the primary right to take care as best they 150 4, 1, 1146| The baptized party has the right to contract a new marriage 151 4, 1, 1151| Spouses have the duty and right to preserve conjugal living 152 4, 1, 1152| tacitly, the spouse has the right to sever conjugal living 153 4, 1, 1155| innocent spouse renounces the right to separate.~ 154 4, 2, 1196| dispensation does not injure a right acquired by others:~1/ the 155 4, 2, 1196| clerical and of pontifical right with regard to members, 156 4, 3, 1214| which the faithful have the right of entry for the exercise, 157 4, 3, 1245| Without prejudice to the right of diocesan bishops mentioned 158 4, 3, 1245| clerical and of pontifical right, can also do this in regard 159 5, 0, 1253| Catholic Church by innate right is able to acquire, retain, 160 5, 0, 1259| The Church has an innate right to require from the Christian 161 5, 0, 1262| presbyteral council, he has the right to impose a moderate tax 162 5, 0, 1264| Without prejudice to the right of religious mendicants, 163 5, 0, 1278| without prejudice to the right of the ordinary to intervene 164 5, 0, 1280| without prejudice to its right of action or recourse against 165 5, 0, 1300| inter vivos.~§2. By this right, the ordinary can and must 166 5, 0, 1300| Stipulations contrary to this right of an ordinary attached 167 5, 0, 1301| institute of pontifical right and in clerical societies 168 5, 0, 1301| apostolic life of pontifical right or the proper ordinary of 169 5, 0, 1307| institute of pontifical right possesses the same powers 170 6, 1, 1310| has the innate and proper right to coerce offending members 171 6, 1, 1332| establishes the penalty;~2/ the right of residence which the offender 172 6, 1, 1332| reason of office;~3/ the right to administer goods which 173 6, 1, 1335| power, office, function, right, privilege, faculty, favor, 174 7, 1, 1400| By proper and exclusive right the Church adjudicates:~ 175 7, 1, 1404| 1405 §1. It is solely the right of the Roman Pontiff himself 176 7, 1, 1404| institutes of pontifical right;~3/ dioceses or other physical 177 7, 1, 1414| are equally competent, the right of adjudicating the case 178 7, 1, 1417| 1418 Any tribunal has the right to call upon the assistance 179 7, 1, 1426| institute of pontifical right, the judge of first instance 180 7, 1, 1426| clerical institute of diocesan right or of the same lay institute, 181 7, 1, 1484| prevent the extinction of a right, however, the judge can 182 7, 1, 1486| sentence has been issued, the right and duty to appeal, if the 183 7, 1, 1491| Can. 1491 Every right is protected not only by 184 7, 1, 1496| probable arguments has shown a right over something held by another 185 7, 1, 1496| in safekeeping, has the right to obtain its sequestration 186 7, 1, 1496| another from the exercise of a right.~ 187 7, 1, 1497| a loan provided that the right of the creditor is sufficiently 188 7, 1, 1498| restraint upon the exercise of a right can in no way be decreed 189 7, 1, 1499| restraint upon the exercise of a right can first impose an obligation 190 7, 1, 1499| damages if that person’s right is not proven.~ 191 7, 2, 1504| sought;~2/ indicate the right upon which the petitioner 192 7, 2, 1521| without prejudice to the right of seeking indemnity against 193 7, 2, 1596| either as a party defending a right or in an accessory manner 194 7, 2, 1596| to demonstrate his or her right to intervene.~§3. A person 195 7, 2, 1598| care, however, that the right of defense always remains 196 7, 2, 1603| The parties are given this right only once unless the judge 197 7, 2, 1603| defender of the bond have the right to reply a second time to 198 7, 2, 1608| is to pronounce that the right of the petitioner is not 199 7, 2, 1620| legitimate mandate;~7/ the right of defense was denied to 200 7, 2, 1626| bond whenever they have the right to intervene.~§2. The judge 201 7, 2, 1628| their presence have the right to appeal the sentence to 202 7, 2, 1631| question arises about the right to appeal, the appellate 203 7, 3, 1671| ecclesiastical judge by proper right.~ 204 7, 3 | Art. 2.~THE RIGHT TO CHALLENGE A MARRIAGE~ 205 7, 3, 1687| herself aggrieved retains the right of appeal.~ 206 7, 3, 1697| other is unwilling, have the right to petition for the favor 207 7, 3, 1708| cleric was ordained has the right to challenge the validity 208 7, 4, 1725| procurator, always has the right to write or speak last.~ 209 7, 4, 1731| in no way establishes the right of the injured party unless 210 7, 5, 1738| recourse always has the right to use an advocate or procurator,


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