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1 Intr | 31 [1949] 89-117)~can. /cann. Canon / canones, Codex 2 1, 0, 55| prejudice to the prescripts ofcann. 37 and 51, when a very 3 1, 0, 144| the faculties mentioned incann. 882, 883, 966, and 1111, § 4 1, 0, 158| according to the prescripts ofcann. 165-179.~ 5 2, 1, 288| Can. 288 The prescripts ofcann. 284, 285, §§3 and 4, 286, 6 2, 1, 318| according to the norm ofcann. 192-195.~ 7 2, 2, 411| Can. 411 The prescripts ofcann. 401 and 402, §2 on resignation 8 2, 2, 424| according to the norm ofcann. 165-178.~ 9 2, 2, 436| according to the norm ofcann. 421, §2, and 425, §3.~§102, 2, 481| bishop, without prejudice tocann. 406 and 409, and at the 11 2, 2, 532| according to the norm ofcann. 1281-1288.~ 12 2, 2, 542| norm of the prescripts ofcann. 522 and 524;~3/ obtain 13 2, 2, 543| functions of pastor mentioned incann. 528, 529, and 530 according 14 2, 3, 596| forum.~§3. The prescripts ofcann. 131, 133, and 137- 144 15 2, 3, 672| bound by the prescripts ofcann. 277, 285, 286, 287, and 16 2, 3, 690| according to the norm ofcann. 655 and 657.~§2. The superior 17 2, 3, 695| the delicts mentioned incann. 1397, 1398, and 1395, unless 18 2, 3, 698| all the cases mentioned incann. 695 and 696, the right 19 2, 3, 712| prejudice to the prescripts ofcann. 598-601, the constitutions202, 3, 729| according to the norm ofcann. 694 and 695; moreover, 21 2, 3, 729| proceeding established incann. 697-700 is to be observed. 22 2, 3, 730| institute, the prescripts ofcann. 684, §§1, 2, 4, and 685 23 2, 3, 732| which are established incann. 578-597 and 606 apply to 24 2, 3, 732| each society; moreover,cann. 598-602 apply to the societies 25 2, 3, 734| governance of a society, withcann. 617-633 observed according 26 2, 3, 735| conditions established incann. 642- 645 are to be observed.~§ 27 2, 3, 738| apostolate, with attention tocann. 679-683.~§3. The constitutions 28 2, 3, 741| Goods of the Church, ofcann. 636, 638, and 639, and 29 2, 3, 746| definitively incorporated member,cann. 694-704 are to be observed303, 0, 818| Catholic universities incann. 810, 812, and 813 are also 31 4, 1, 967| according to the norm ofcann. 968, §2 and 969, §2 possess 32 4, 1, 1020| according to the norm ofcann. 1050 and 1051 have been 33 4, 1, 1025| according to the norm ofcann. 1033-1039. Moreover, the 34 4, 1, 1034| the authority mentioned incann. 1016 and 1019; his petition 35 4, 1, 1042| according to the norm ofcann. 285 and 286 for which he 36 4, 1, 1086| conditions mentioned incann. 1125 and 1126 have been 37 4, 1, 1108| exceptions mentioned incann. 144, 1112, §1, 1116, and 38 4, 1, 1129| 1129 The prescripts ofcann. 1127 and 1128 must be applied 39 4, 1, 1146| prejudice to the prescripts ofcann. 1144 and 1145.~405, 0, 1267| according to the norm ofcann. 197-199.~ 41 5, 0, 1277| the functions mentioned incann. 1276, §1 and 1279, §2.~ 42 5, 0, 1294| 1295 The requirements ofcann. 1291-1294, to which the 43 5, 0, 1306| forgotten; the prescripts ofcann. 1300-1302 and 1287 are 44 6, 1, 1311| censures, which are listed incann. 1331-1333;~2/ expiatory 45 6, 1, 1318| those things established incann. 1317 and 1318 about particular 46 6, 1, 1322| prejudice to the prescripts ofcann. 1324, §1, n. 2 and 1325;~ 47 6, 1, 1324| applying the prescripts ofcann. 1323 and 1324; likewise 48 6, 1, 1326| circumstances besides the cases incann. 1323-1326, either by general 49 6, 1, 1353| to the persons listed incann. 1355-1356, all who can506, 1, 1356| prejudice to the prescripts ofcann. 508 and 976, a confessor 51 6, 1, 1361| the delicts mentioned incann. 1394, 1395, 1397, and 1398, 52 6, 2, 1383| to the cases mentioned incann. 1378-1383, a person who 53 7, 1, 1406| the titles determined incann. 1408-1414.~§2. The incompetence 54 7, 1, 1412| according to the norm ofcann. 1408-1409, of the one whose 55 7, 1, 1422| diocesan tribunals mentioned incann. 1419-1421. In this case, 56 7, 1, 1424| prejudice to the prescripts ofcann. 1686 and 1688;~2/ penal 57 7, 1, 1440| according to the norm ofcann. 1438 and 1439 is not observed, 58 7, 1, 1445| the tribunals mentioned incann. 1423 and 1439.~ ~ 59 7, 1, 1446| according to the norm ofcann. 1713-1716.~607, 2, 1534| 1534 The provisions ofcann. 1548, §2, n. 1, 1552, and 61 7, 2, 1558| prejudice to the prescripts ofcann. 1418 and 1469, §2.~ 62 7, 2, 1594| according to the norm ofcann. 1524-1525;~3/ if the petitioner 63 7, 2, 1605| oral debate mentioned incann. 1602, §1 and 1604, §2 so 64 7, 2, 1619| 1619 Without prejudice tocann. 1622 and 1623, whenever 65 7, 2, 1632| the tribunal mentioned incann. 1438 and 1439.~§2. If the 66 7, 2, 1654| according to the norm ofcann. 1620, 1622, and 1645, the 67 7, 2, 1661| time limits mentioned incann. 1659 and 1660 have elapsed, 68 7, 2, 1662| the questions mentioned incann. 1459-1464 are treated first.~ 69 7, 4, 1720| according to the norm ofcann. 1342-1350, setting forth707, 4, 1721| according to the norm ofcann. 1502 and 1504.~§2. The 71 7, 4, 1727| used the power mentioned incann. 1344 and 1345.~§2. The 72 7, 4, 1729| according to the norm ofcann. 1628-1640 even if an appeal 73 7, 5, 1734| according to the norm ofcann. 57 and 1735.~

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