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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
persons
    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | the part of specialized persons and institutions throughout 2 Intr | society and the individual persons who belong to it.~As the 3 Intr | Roman law institutes on persons, things and actions. The 4 Intr | expedient that the rights of persons be appropriately defined 5 Intr | religious women and 12 lay persons from 5 continents and 31 6 Intr | laity,” “physical and moral persons in general,” “marriage,” “ 7 Intr | on “physical and juridic persons” (it was subsequently called 8 Intr | consultative organs and persons who proposed them), but 9 1, 0, 4| granted to physical or juridic persons up to this time by the Apostolic 10 1, 0, 5| circumstances of places and persons.~§2. Universal or particular 11 1, 0, 16| of law and only binds the persons for whom and affects the 12 1, 0, 19| constant opinion of learned persons.~ 13 1, 0, 36| law which benefits private persons are subject to a strict 14 1, 0, 49| enjoins a specific person or persons to do or omit something, 15 1, 0, 52| which it decides and for the persons for whom it was given. It 16 1, 0, 52| given. It obliges these persons everywhere, however, unless 17 1, 0, 76| certain physical or juridic persons; it can be granted by the 18 1, 0, 80| s favor.~§3. Individual persons cannot renounce a privilege 19 1, 0, 94| of law in aggregates of persons (universitates personarum) 20 1, 0, 94| statutes of an aggregate of persons (universitas personarum) 21 1, 0, 94| personarum) bind only the persons who are its legitimate members; 22 1, 0 | VI.~PHYSICAL AND JURIDIC PERSONS (Cann. 96 - 123)~ 23 1, 0 | CANONICAL CONDITION OF PHYSICAL PERSONS~ 24 1, 0, 108| there are generations or persons, not counting the common 25 1, 0, 108| many degrees as there are persons in both the lines together, 26 1, 0, 110| children of the person or persons who have adopted them.~ 27 1, 0 | CHAPTER II.~JURIDIC PERSONS~ 28 1, 0, 113| Church, besides physical persons, there are also juridic 29 1, 0, 113| there are also juridic persons, that is, subjects in canon 30 1, 0, 114| Can. 114 §1. Juridic persons are constituted either by 31 1, 0, 114| They are aggregates of persons (universitates personarum) 32 1, 0, 114| except on those aggregates of persons (universitates personarum) 33 1, 0, 115| Can. 115 §1. Juridic persons in the Church are either 34 1, 0, 115| are either aggregates of persons (universitates personarum) 35 1, 0, 115| rerum).~§2. An aggregate of persons (universitas personarum), 36 1, 0, 115| only with at least three persons, is collegial if the members 37 1, 0, 115| either one or more physical persons or a college directs it 38 1, 0, 116| 116 §1. Public juridic persons are aggregates of persons ( 39 1, 0, 116| persons are aggregates of persons (universitates personarum) 40 1, 0, 116| public good; other juridic persons are private.~§2. Public 41 1, 0, 116| private.~§2. Public juridic persons are given this personality 42 1, 0, 116| granting it. Private juridic persons are given this personality 43 1, 0, 117| Can. 117 No aggregate of persons (universitas personarum) 44 1, 0, 120| survives, and the aggregate of persons (universitas personarum) 45 1, 0, 121| Can. 121 If aggregates of persons (universitates personarum) 46 1, 0, 121| which are public juridic persons, are so joined that from 47 1, 0, 122| divided among the juridic persons concerned, with due proportion 48 1, 0, 127| some college or group of persons, the college or group must 49 1, 0, 127| consent or counsel of certain persons as individuals:~1/ if consent 50 1, 0, 127| seek the consent of those persons or who acts contrary to 51 1, 0, 127| who does not hear those persons is invalid; although not 52 1, 0, 133| respect to either matters or persons does not act at all.~§2. 53 1, 0, 140| Can. 140 §1. When several persons have been delegated in solidum 54 1, 0, 140| it out.~§2. When several persons have been delegated collegially 55 1, 0, 140| power delegated to several persons is presumed to be delegated 56 1, 0, 141| Can. 141 When several persons have been delegated successively, 57 1, 0, 158| some college or group of persons has the right of presentation, 58 1, 0, 160| present one or even several persons, either at the same time 59 1, 0, 160| oneself; a college or group of persons, however, can present one 60 1, 0, 163| has accepted. If several persons legitimately presented have 61 1, 0, 165| if a college or group of persons has the right of election 62 1, 0, 172| certain person or different persons separately is invalid;~2/ 63 1, 0, 174| to one or more suitable persons, whether from among the 64 2, 1, 207| faithful are called lay persons.~§2. There are members of 65 2, 1, 212| advantage and the dignity of persons.~ 66 2, 1, 225| Christian faithful, lay persons are designated by God for 67 2, 1, 225| known and accepted by all persons everywhere in the world. 68 2, 1, 228| Can. 228 §1. Lay persons who are found suitable are 69 2, 1, 228| precepts of the law.~§2. Lay persons who excel in necessary knowledge, 70 2, 1, 229| Can. 229 §1. Lay persons are bound by the obligation 71 2, 1, 230| from the Church.~§2. Lay persons can fulfill the function 72 2, 1, 230| temporary designation. All lay persons can also perform the functions 73 2, 1, 230| ministers are lacking, lay persons, even if they are not lectors 74 2, 1, 231| Can. 231 §1. Lay persons who permanently or temporarily 75 2, 1, 231| having been observed, lay persons have the right to decent 76 2, 1, 264| All ecclesiastical juridic persons, even private ones, which 77 2, 1, 277| with due prudence towards persons whose company can endanger 78 2, 1, 285| of goods belonging to lay persons or secular offices which 79 2, 1, 296| Can. 296 Lay persons can dedicate themselves 80 2, 1, 298| faithful, whether clerics, lay persons, or clerics and lay persons 81 2, 1, 298| persons, or clerics and lay persons together, strive in a common 82 2, 1, 301| the initiatives of private persons.~§3. Associations of the 83 2, 1, 317| which are not clerical, lay persons are able to exercise the 84 2, 2, 334| assist him, as do other persons and various institutes according 85 2, 2, 334| his authority, all these persons and institutes fulfill the 86 2, 2, 358| celebration or among some group of persons as a legates a latere, that 87 2, 2, 397| Can. 397 §1. Persons, Catholic institutions, 88 2, 2, 413| following the order of persons established in the list 89 2, 2, 431| to the circumstances of persons and places and to foster 90 2, 2, 448| concerned, the circumstances of persons or things suggest it, a 91 2, 2, 469| of those institutions and persons which assist the bishop 92 2, 2, 472| observed regarding cases and persons which belong to the exercise 93 2, 2, 476| offer certain groups of persons possess the same ordinary 94 2, 2, 492| other Five year terms.~§3. Persons who are related to the bishop 95 2, 2, 517| priest, or to a community of persons, he is to appoint some priest 96 2, 2, 520| to be accomplished, the persons to be assigned to the parish, 97 2, 3, 634| Can. 634 §1. As juridic persons by the law itself, institutes, 98 2, 3, 741| parts and houses are juridic persons and, as such, capable of 99 3, 0, 748| Can. 748 §1. All persons are bound to seek the truth 100 3, 0, 748| ever permitted to coerce persons to embrace the Catholic 101 3, 0, 766| Can. 766 Lay persons can be permitted to preach 102 3, 0, 794| the mission of assisting persons so that they are able to 103 3, 0, 830| judgment regarding books to persons he approves, however, remains 104 4, 0, 834| the name of the Church by persons legitimately designated 105 4, 1, 907| celebration deacons and lay persons are not permitted to offer 106 4, 1, 1057| legitimately manifested between persons quali-fied by law, makes 107 4, 1, 1058| Can. 1058 All persons who are not prohibited by 108 4, 1, 1086| A marriage between two persons, one of whom has been baptized 109 4, 1, 1111| must be given to specific persons expressly.~If it concerns 110 4, 1, 1112| bishop can delegate lay persons to assist at marriages, 111 4, 1, 1124| prohibited between two baptized persons of whom one is baptized 112 4, 1, 1142| marriage between baptized persons or between a baptized party 113 4, 1, 1143| into by two non-baptized persons is dissolved by means of 114 4, 1, 1148| conditions of places and of persons, the local ordinary is to 115 4, 2, 1168| of the local ordinary lay persons who possess the appropriate 116 4, 2, 1171| they are owned by private persons.~ 117 4, 2, 1181| be no favoritism toward persons in funerals and that the 118 4, 2, 1183| can be granted to baptized persons who are enrolled in a non-Catholic 119 4, 2, 1196| to members, novices, and persons who live day and night in 120 4, 3, 1226| of one or more physical persons.~ 121 4, 3, 1241| cemetery.~§2. Other juridic persons or families can also have 122 5, 0, 1256| or other public juridic persons in the Church are ecclesiastical 123 5, 0, 1262| diocese upon public juridic persons subject to his governance; 124 5, 0, 1262| other physical and juridic persons in case of grave necessity 125 5, 0, 1268| privately owned, private persons can acquire them through 126 5, 0, 1273| obligations towards other persons who serve the Church and 127 5, 0, 1275| belong to public juridic persons subject to him, without 128 5, 0, 1278| subject is to appoint suitable persons for three years; the same 129 5, 0, 1278| for three years; the same persons can be reappointed by the 130 5, 0, 1280| determine such acts for the persons subject to him, after having 131 5, 0, 1281| 1282 All clerics or lay persons who take part in the administration 132 5, 0, 1291| the statutes of juridic persons if they are not subject 133 5, 0, 1294| the statutes of juridic persons must also conform, must 134 6, 1, 1314| reason of territory or of persons, moreover, he can by his 135 6, 1, 1353| 1354 §1. In addition to the persons listed in cann. 1355-1356, 136 6, 2, 1396| delict. Homicide against the persons mentioned in can. 1370, 137 7, 1, 1399| rights of physical or juridic persons, or the declaration of juridic 138 7, 1, 1404| or juridic ecclesiastical persons which do not have a superior 139 7, 1, 1420| permit the appointment of lay persons as judges; when it is necessary, 140 7, 1, 1423| are to be clerics or lay persons of upright life.~ 141 7, 1, 1426| physical or juridic religious persons of different religious institutes 142 7, 1, 1427| of the tribunal or from persons the bishop approves for 143 7, 1, 1427| of auditor clerics or lay persons outstanding for their good 144 7, 1, 1434| are to be clerics or lay persons, of unimpaired reputation, 145 7, 1, 1445| concerning the status of persons which the Roman Rota refused 146 7, 1, 1446| even by using reputable persons for mediation.~§3. If the 147 7, 1, 1450| objection is accepted, the persons must be changed but not 148 7, 1, 1452| matter which concerns private persons alone, a judge can proceed 149 7, 1, 1459| especially those which regard the persons and the manner of the trial, 150 7, 1 | CHAPTER V.~PERSONS TO BE ADMITTED TO THE COURT 151 7, 1, 1470| the tribunal, only those persons are to be present in court 152 7, 1, 1475| which belong to private persons must be returned; a copy 153 7, 1, 1480| Can. 1480 §1. Juridic persons stand trial through their 154 7, 1, 1480| another in the name of juridic persons subject to his authority.~ 155 7, 1, 1492| concerning the status of persons, which are never extinguished.~§ 156 7, 2, 1521| the law itself against all persons, including minors or those 157 7, 2, 1522| the case involves the same persons and the same issue; regarding 158 7, 2, 1524| administrators of juridic persons need the counsel or consent 159 7, 2, 1548| them, their spouses, or persons related to them by consanguinity 160 7, 2, 1549| Can. 1549 All persons can be witnesses unless 161 7, 2, 1559| circumstances of the matters and persons.~ 162 7, 2, 1568| of the parties and other persons, of the questions added 163 7, 2, 1573| circumstances of things and persons suggest otherwise.~ 164 7, 2, 1578| certainty of the identity of the persons, things, or places, by what 165 7, 2, 1604| advocates, or even other persons to remain outside the acts 166 7, 2, 1619| involves the good of private persons, the sentence itself sanates 167 7, 2, 1643| concerning the status of persons, including cases concerning 168 7, 2, 1644| concerning the status of persons, recourse can be made at 169 7, 3, 1684| by a second sentence, the persons whose marriage has been 170 7, 3, 1691| concerning the status of persons and cases pertaining to 171 7, 5, 1733| mediation and effort of wise persons to avoid or settle the controversy


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