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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
consent
    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | 1965, in which, with the consent of the Holy Father, the 2 1, 0, 65| episcopal vicar without the consent of the bishop.~ 3 1, 0, 127| acts a superior needs the consent or counsel of some college 4 1, 0, 127| it is required that the consent of an absolute majority 5 1, 0, 127| acts a superior needs the consent or counsel of certain persons 6 1, 0, 127| persons as individuals:~1/ if consent is required, the act of 7 1, 0, 127| superior who does not seek the consent of those persons or who 8 1, 0, 127| judgment.~§3. All whose consent or counsel is required are 9 1, 0, 174| by unanimous and written consent, transfer the right to elect 10 2, 1, 216| name Catholic without the consent of competent ecclesiastical 11 2, 1, 272| for a year and he has the consent of the college of consultors.~ 12 2, 1, 297| works, with the previous consent of the diocesan bishop.~ ~ 13 2, 1, 300| name Catholic without the consent of competent ecclesiastical 14 2, 1, 307| their proper law with the consent of their superior.~ 15 2, 1, 312| apostolic privilege.~§2. Written consent of the diocesan bishop is 16 2, 1, 312| privilege. Nevertheless, the consent given by a diocesan bishop 17 2, 1, 320| apostolic indult with the consent of the diocesan bishop.~§ 18 2, 2, 390| least reasonably presumed, consent of the local ordinary.~ 19 2, 2, 442| the metropolitan with the consent of the majority of the suffragan 20 2, 2, 455| and every bishop has given consent.~ 21 2, 2, 485| administrator except with the consent of the college of consultors.~ 22 2, 2, 488| brief time only and with the consent either of the bishop or 23 2, 2, 500| importance but needs its consent only in cases expressly 24 2, 2, 520| to be a pastor. With the consent of the competent superior, 25 2, 3, 587| be changed only with its consent.~§3. In this code spiritual 26 2, 3, 609| with the previous written consent of the diocesan bishop.~§ 27 2, 3, 611| Can. 611 The consent of the diocesan bishop to 28 2, 3, 611| conditions attached to the consent;~3/ for clerical institutes 29 2, 3, 612| it was established, the consent of the diocesan bishop is 30 2, 3, 627| the cases which require consent or counsel to act validly; 31 2, 3, 627| counsel to act validly; such consent or counsel must be obtained 32 2, 3, 638| competent superior with the consent of the council is required.~ 33 2, 3, 638| necessary to have the written consent of the local ordinary.~ 34 2, 3, 647| of the institute with the consent of the council.~§2. To be 35 2, 3, 647| supreme moderator with the consent of the council, a candidate 36 2, 3, 665| major superior, with the consent of the council and for a 37 2, 3, 667| grave cause and with the consent of the superior, of permitting 38 2, 3, 682| entrusting; neither requires the consent of the other.~ 39 2, 3, 684| each institute and with the consent of their respective councils.~§ 40 2, 3, 684| federation or confederation, the consent of the major superior of 41 2, 3, 686| Can. 686 §1. With the consent of the council, the supreme 42 2, 3, 686| a cleric, with the prior consent of the ordinary of the place 43 2, 3, 686| supreme moderator with the consent of the council, exclaustration 44 2, 3, 688| supreme moderator with the consent of the council in an institute 45 2, 3, 690| supreme moderator with the consent of the council can readmit 46 2, 3, 690| autonomous monastery with the consent of the council possesses 47 2, 3, 703| local superior with the consent of the council. If it is 48 2, 3, 726| supreme moderator with the consent of the council.~ 49 2, 3, 733| with the previous written consent of the diocesan bishop, 50 2, 3, 733| concerning its suppression.~§2. Consent to erect a house entails 51 2, 3, 743| supreme moderator with the consent of the council, unless it 52 2, 3, 744| supreme moderator with the consent of the council to grant 53 2, 3, 745| supreme moderator with the consent of the council can grant 54 2, 3, 745| a cleric, moreover, the consent of the ordinary of the place 55 3, 0, 764| with at least the presumed consent of the rector of the church, 56 3, 0, 801| schools, established with the consent of the diocesan bishop.~ 57 3, 0, 803| Catholic school without the consent of competent ecclesiastical 58 3, 0, 808| Catholic university without the consent of competent ecclesiastical 59 4, 1, 868| legitimately takes their place must consent;~2/ there must be a founded 60 4, 1, 1003| with at least the presumed consent of the priest mentioned 61 4, 1, 1018| administrator and, with the consent of the college of consultors, 62 4, 1, 1018| administrator; with the consent of the council mentioned 63 4, 1, 1031| year of age and with the consent of his wife.~§3. The conference 64 4, 1, 1057| Can. 1057 §1. The consent of the parties, legitimately 65 4, 1, 1057| power is able to supply this consent.~§2. Matrimonial consent 66 4, 1, 1057| consent.~§2. Matrimonial consent is an act of the will by 67 4, 1 | CHAPTER IV.~MATRIMONIAL CONSENT~ 68 4, 1, 1096| 1096 §1. For matrimonial consent to exist, the contracting 69 4, 1, 1098| malice, perpetrated to obtain consent, concerning some quality 70 4, 1, 1099| not vitiate matrimonial consent provided that it does not 71 4, 1, 1100| necessarily exclude matrimonial consent.~ 72 4, 1, 1101| Can. 1101 §1. The internal consent of the mind is presumed 73 4, 1, 1104| are to express matrimonial consent in words or, if they cannot 74 4, 1, 1107| or a defect of form, the consent given is presumed to persist 75 4, 1, 1108| the manifestation of the consent of the contracting parties, 76 4, 1, 1120| for the manifestation of consent of the contracting parties, 77 4, 1, 1127| give or renew matrimonial consent before or after the canonical 78 4, 1, 1127| their own rites, ask for the consent of the parties.~ 79 4, 1, 1156| of the impediment renews consent.~§2. Ecclesiastical law 80 4, 1, 1156| even if each party gave consent at the beginning and did 81 4, 1, 1157| Can. 1157 The renewal of consent must be a new act of the 82 4, 1, 1158| both parties must renew the consent in canonical form, without 83 4, 1, 1158| the impediment renews the consent privately and in secret, 84 4, 1, 1158| other perseveres in the consent offered; if the impediment 85 4, 1, 1158| parties, both are to renew the consent.~ 86 4, 1, 1159| invalid because of a defect of consent is convalidated if the party 87 4, 1, 1159| if the party who did not consent now consents, provided that 88 4, 1, 1159| consents, provided that the consent given by the other party 89 4, 1, 1159| perseveres.~§2. If the defect of consent cannot be proven, it is 90 4, 1, 1159| that the party who did not consent gives consent privately 91 4, 1, 1159| who did not consent gives consent privately and in secret.~§ 92 4, 1, 1159| secret.~§3. If the defect of consent can be proven, the consent 93 4, 1, 1159| consent can be proven, the consent must be given in canonical 94 4, 1, 1161| convalidation without the renewal of consent, which is granted by competent 95 4, 1, 1162| be radically sanated if consent is lacking in either or 96 4, 1, 1162| the parties, whether the consent was lacking from the beginning 97 4, 1, 1162| afterwards.~§2. If this consent was indeed lacking from 98 4, 1, 1162| granted from the moment the consent was given.~ 99 4, 1, 1163| sanated provided that the consent of each party perseveres.~§ 100 4, 2, 1177| the funeral rite with the consent of the person who governs 101 4, 3, 1215| without the express written consent of the diocesan bishop.~§ 102 4, 3, 1215| diocesan bishop is not to give consent unless, after having heard 103 4, 3, 1215| from the diocesan bishop consent to establish a new house 104 4, 3, 1222| not sordid use, with the consent of those who legitimately 105 4, 3, 1223| faithful can also come with the consent of the competent superior.~ 106 5, 0, 1276| foundation, however, he needs the consent of the finance council and 107 5, 0, 1283| timely manner;~6/ with the consent of the ordinary, invest 108 5, 0, 1291| diocesan bishop with the consent of the finance council, 109 5, 0, 1291| himself also needs their consent to alienate the goods of 110 5, 0, 1291| Those who by advice or consent must take part in alienating 111 5, 0, 1291| are not to offer advice or consent unless they have first been 112 6, 1, 1323| deliberation of mind and consent of will and provided that 113 6, 1, 1336| or territory requires the consent of the ordinary of that 114 7, 1, 1478| and respond without the consent of their parents or guardian. 115 7, 2, 1524| persons need the counsel or consent of those whose involvement 116 7, 2, 1600| alone, if all the parties consent;~2/ in other cases, after 117 7, 2, 1602| unless the judge, with the consent of the parties, considers 118 7, 3, 1673| of the respondent gives consent after he has heard the respondent;~ 119 7, 3, 1673| collected, provided that consent is given by the judicial 120 7, 3, 1680| of impotence or defect of consent because of mental illness, 121 7, 3, 1681| case of nullity with the consent of the parties, the tribunal 122 7, 4, 1718| the investigator, with the consent of the parties, to resolve 123 7, 4, 1724| the command of or with the consent of the ordinary whose deliberation 124 7, 5, 1748| writing and persuade him to consent to it out of love of God


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