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    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | the future. Moreover, the acts of its magisterium and especially 2 Intr | paid to all the decrees and acts of the Second Vatican Council 3 1, 0, 13| determine the formalities of acts, or which regard immovable 4 1, 0 | SINGULAR ADMINISTRATIVE ACTS (Cann. 35 - 93)~ 5 1, 0, 43| entrust the preparatory acts to another.~ 6 1, 0, 86| of juridic institutes or acts.~ 7 1, 0, 119| With regard to collegial acts, unless the law or statutes 8 1, 0 | TITLE VII.~JURIDIC ACTS (Cann. 124 - 128)~ 9 1, 0, 127| law that in order to place acts a superior needs the consent 10 1, 0, 127| provides otherwise. For such acts to be valid, however, it 11 1, 0, 127| law that in order to place acts a superior needs the consent 12 1, 0, 127| of those persons or who acts contrary to the opinion 13 1, 0, 135| delegated except to perform acts preparatory to some decree 14 1, 0, 137| single act or for determined acts, however, it cannot be subdelegated 15 1, 0, 173| without effect.~§4. All the acts of an election are to be 16 1, 0, 179| spiritual or temporal, and acts possibly placed by the person 17 2, 2, 353| out certain very solemn acts.~§3. For an extraordinary 18 2, 2, 365| legate who at the same time acts as a legate to states according 19 2, 2, 417| above-mentioned pontifical acts.~ 20 2, 2, 425| administrator in his place. The acts of the one who was elected 21 2, 2, 446| to take care that all the acts of the council are sent 22 2, 2, 456| to send a report of the acts of the conference and its 23 2, 2, 456| Apostolic See so that the acts are brought to its notice 24 2, 2, 458| prepare a report of the acts and decrees of a plenary 25 2, 2, 458| of a conference and the acts of the permanent council 26 2, 2, 458| conference, and to draw up other acts whose preparation the president 27 2, 2, 458| conferences of bishops the acts and documents which the 28 2, 2, 474| Can. 474 For validity, acts of the curia which are to 29 2, 2, 474| the curia concerning such acts.~ ~ 30 2, 2, 479| place all administrative acts except those, however, which 31 2, 2, 482| otherwise, is to take care that acts of the curia are gathered, 32 2, 2, 483| establishes authenticity for any acts, for judicial acts only, 33 2, 2, 483| for any acts, for judicial acts only, or for acts of a certain 34 2, 2, 483| judicial acts only, or for acts of a certain case or affair 35 2, 2, 484| notaries:~1/ to draw up the acts and instruments regarding 36 2, 2, 484| is required, to furnish acts or instruments to one who 37 2, 2, 491| is to take care that the acts and documents of the archives 38 2, 2, 491| to inspect or remove the acts and documents mentioned 39 2, 2, 535| Christian faithful and all acts which can have juridic importance 40 2, 3, 638| proper law to determine acts which exceed the limit and 41 2, 3, 638| expenses and perform juridic acts of ordinary administration 42 2, 3, 647| some approved religious who acts in the place of the director 43 2, 3, 668| therefore invalidly places acts contrary to the vow of poverty. 44 2, 3, 695| for self-defense. All the acts, signed by the major superior 45 2, 3, 697| supreme moderator all the acts, signed personally and by 46 2, 3, 699| superior is to submit the acts examined by the council, 47 2, 3, 700| which the decree and all the acts must be transmitted; if 48 3, 0, 828| collections of decrees or acts published by some ecclesiastical 49 4, 0, 834| legitimately designated and through acts approved by the authority 50 4, 1, 1114| person assisting at marriage acts illicitly unless the person 51 4, 2 | PART II~: THE OTHER ACTS OF DIVINE WORSHIP ~ 52 4, 2, 1204| oath or, if that person acts out of malice, according 53 4, 3, 1219| dedicated or blessed, all acts of divine worship can be 54 5, 0, 1263| 1/ to fix the fees for acts of executive power granting 55 5, 0, 1276| college of consultors to place acts of administration which 56 5, 0, 1276| college of consultors to place acts of extraordinary administration. 57 5, 0, 1276| bishops to define which acts are to be considered of 58 5, 0, 1280| administrators invalidly place acts which exceed the limits 59 5, 0, 1280| statutes are to define the acts which exceed the limit and 60 5, 0, 1280| competent to determine such acts for the persons subject 61 5, 0, 1280| not bound to answer for acts invalidly placed by its 62 5, 0, 1280| however, will answer for acts illegitimately but validly 63 6, 1, 1327| provides otherwise.~§2. If the acts or omissions are by their 64 6, 1, 1330| functions whatsoever or to place acts of governance.~§2. If the 65 6, 1, 1330| this;~2/ invalidly places acts of governance which are 66 6, 1, 1332| prohibits:~1/ either all or some acts of the power of orders;~ 67 6, 1, 1332| orders;~2/ either all or some acts of the power of governance;~ 68 6, 1, 1332| suspended person cannot place acts of governance validly after 69 6, 1, 1337| exercising it or some of its acts; likewise, privation of 70 6, 2, 1377| Can. 1378 §1. A priest who acts against the prescript of 71 7, 1, 1405| can. 1404 is violated, the acts and decisions are considered 72 7, 1, 1417| a case or to communicate acts.~ 73 7, 1, 1432| require their presence, the acts are invalid unless they 74 7, 1, 1432| they have inspected the acts, at least were able to fulfill 75 7, 1, 1436| process, so much so that the acts are null if the notary has 76 7, 1, 1436| has not signed them.~§2. Acts which notaries prepare warrant 77 7, 1, 1445| auditors of the Roman Rota for acts done in the exercise of 78 7, 1, 1451| objection has been lodged.~§2. Acts placed by a judge before 79 7, 1, 1451| valid; nevertheless, those acts placed after the objection 80 7, 1, 1455| such that disclosure of the acts or proofs will endanger 81 7, 1, 1466| for completing procedural acts, the judge must define them 82 7, 1 | PREPARING AND KEEPING THE ACTS~ 83 7, 1, 1472| Can. 1472 §1. The judicial acts, both the acts of the case, 84 7, 1, 1472| judicial acts, both the acts of the case, that is, those 85 7, 1, 1472| of the question, and the acts of the process, that is, 86 7, 1, 1472| individual pages of the acts are to be numbered and authenticated.~ 87 7, 1, 1473| 1473 Whenever judicial acts require the signature of 88 7, 1, 1473| this is to be noted in the acts; the judge and the notary 89 7, 1, 1474| an appeal, a copy of the acts authenticated by the attestation 90 7, 1, 1474| higher tribunal.~§2. If the acts were written in a language 91 7, 1, 1475| furnish a copy of the judicial acts and documents acquired in 92 7, 1, 1485| an instance, or judicial acts nor come to an agreement, 93 7, 2, 1504| purpose of receiving the acts;~4/ indicate the domicile 94 7, 2 | NOTIFICATION OF JUDICIAL ACTS~ 95 7, 2, 1507| notary is to note in the acts that the parties were present 96 7, 2, 1509| sentences, and other judicial acts must be made through the 97 7, 2, 1509| method must be evident in the acts.~ 98 7, 2, 1511| communicated legitimately, the acts of the process are null, 99 7, 2, 1518| proceed to the additional acts, after having cited the 100 7, 2, 1522| Abatement extinguishes the acts of the process but not the 101 7, 2, 1522| the process but not the acts of the case; indeed these 102 7, 2, 1522| of the case; indeed these acts can also have force in another 103 7, 2, 1522| to the case, however, the acts have no force other than 104 7, 2, 1524| all or only some of the acts of the process.~§2. To renounce 105 7, 2, 1524| involvement is required to place acts which exceed the limits 106 7, 2, 1525| the same effects for the acts renounced as the abatement 107 7, 2, 1525| pay the expenses for the acts renounced.~ ~ 108 7, 2, 1568| is to make mention in the acts of whether the oath was 109 7, 2, 1569| the notary must sign the acts.~ 110 7, 2, 1570| for examination before the acts or testimonies are published, 111 7, 2, 1577| expert must focus.~§2. The acts of the case and other documents 112 7, 2, 1581| experts can inspect the acts of the case insofar as necessary 113 7, 2 | THE PUBLICATION OF THE ACTS, THE CONCLUSION OF THE CASE, 114 7, 2, 1598| the tribunal chancery the acts not yet known to them; furthermore, 115 7, 2, 1598| furthermore, a copy of the acts can also be given to advocates 116 7, 2, 1604| persons to remain outside the acts of the case.~§2. If the 117 7, 2, 1606| the judge, and if from the acts and proofs the judge considers 118 7, 2, 1608| this certitude from the acts and the proofs.~§3. The 119 7, 2, 1609| conclusions are to be added to the acts of the case and must be 120 7, 2, 1619| sanates the nullities of acts established by positive 121 7, 2, 1634| is made must transmit the acts to the appellate judge according 122 7, 2, 1656| permitted in law, the judicial acts are null.~ 123 7, 2, 1661| after an examination of the acts, is to determine the formula 124 7, 2, 1664| deponents must sign these acts.~ 125 7, 3, 1678| to inspect the judicial acts, even those not yet published, 126 7, 3, 1681| rato and then transmit the acts to the Apostolic See together 127 7, 3, 1682| there are any, and the other acts of the trial.~§2. If a sentence 128 7, 3, 1687| of second instance; the acts must be sent to the appellate 129 7, 3, 1703| is no publication of the acts. If the judge perceives 130 7, 3, 1704| instructor is to give all the acts along with a suitable report 131 7, 3, 1704| report together with the acts.~ 132 7, 3, 1705| the Apostolic See all the acts together with his votum 133 7, 3, 1705| 1701, §2 can inspect the acts of the process, though not 134 7, 4, 1719| Can. 1719 The acts of the investigation, the 135 7, 4, 1721| he is to hand over the acts of the investigation to 136 7, 4, 1721| appointed to the higher tribunal acts as the petitioner before 137 7, 5, 1732| singular administrative acts which are given in the external 138 7, 5, 1745| after he has inspected the acts, and offer any proofs he


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