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IntraText - Concordances
juridic
    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | In renewing the law the juridic character of the new Code, 2 Intr | would be placed norms on the juridic status of all members of 3 Intr | study group on “physical and juridic persons” (it was subsequently 4 Intr | necessary coherence with the juridic canonical system when examined 5 Intr | promoted since a healthy juridic organization is quite necessary 6 1, 0, 4| privileges granted to physical or juridic persons up to this time 7 1, 0, 76| benefit of certain physical or juridic persons; it can be granted 8 1, 0, 80| privilege granted to some juridic person or granted in consideration 9 1, 0, 80| or of a thing, nor is a juridic person free to renounce 10 1, 0, 86| essentially constitutive of juridic institutes or acts.~ 11 1, 0 | TITLE VI.~PHYSICAL AND JURIDIC PERSONS (Cann. 96 - 123)~ 12 1, 0 | CHAPTER II.~JURIDIC PERSONS~ 13 1, 0, 113| persons, there are also juridic persons, that is, subjects 14 1, 0, 114| Can. 114 §1. Juridic persons are constituted 15 1, 0, 114| Church is not to confer juridic personality except on those 16 1, 0, 115| Can. 115 §1. Juridic persons in the Church are 17 1, 0, 116| Can. 116 §1. Public juridic persons are aggregates of 18 1, 0, 116| of the public good; other juridic persons are private.~§2. 19 1, 0, 116| are private.~§2. Public juridic persons are given this personality 20 1, 0, 116| expressly granting it. Private juridic persons are given this personality 21 1, 0, 117| rerum), intending to obtain juridic personality, is able to 22 1, 0, 118| 118 Representing a public juridic person and acting in its 23 1, 0, 118| Representing a private juridic person are those whose competence 24 1, 0, 120| Can. 120 §1. A juridic person is perpetual by its 25 1, 0, 120| hundred years. A private juridic person, furthermore, is 26 1, 0, 120| the members of a collegial juridic person survives, and the 27 1, 0, 121| rerum), which are public juridic persons, are so joined that 28 1, 0, 121| constituted which also possesses juridic personality, this new juridic 29 1, 0, 121| juridic personality, this new juridic person obtains the goods 30 1, 0, 122| which possesses public juridic personality is so divided 31 1, 0, 122| it is united with another juridic person or that a distinct 32 1, 0, 122| or that a distinct public juridic person is erected from the 33 1, 0, 122| obligations are divided among the juridic persons concerned, with 34 1, 0, 122| divisible accrue to each juridic person and that the obligations 35 1, 0, 123| the extinction of a public juridic person, the allocation of 36 1, 0, 123| indication, they go to the juridic person immediately superior, 37 1, 0, 123| extinction of a private juridic person, the allocation of 38 1, 0 | TITLE VII.~JURIDIC ACTS (Cann. 124 - 128)~ 39 1, 0, 124| 1. For the validity of a juridic act it is required that 40 1, 0, 124| validity of the act.~§2. A juridic act placed correctly with 41 1, 0, 128| damage upon someone by a juridic act or by any other act 42 1, 0, 153| it is made, produces no juridic effect.~ 43 1, 0, 155| office was conferred. The juridic condition of that person, 44 2, 1, 238| legitimately erected possess juridic personality in the Church 45 2, 1, 253| philosophical, theological, and juridic disciplines only those who 46 2, 1, 264| 2. All ecclesiastical juridic persons, even private ones, 47 2, 1, 310| not been established as a juridic person cannot, as such, 48 2, 1, 313| associations is constituted a juridic person and, to the extent 49 2, 1, 322| Christian faithful can acquire juridic personality through a formal 50 2, 1, 322| Christian faithful can acquire juridic personality unless the ecclesiastical 51 2, 2, 373| legitimately erected possess juridic personality by the law itself.~ 52 2, 2, 393| represents his diocese in all its juridic affairs.~ 53 2, 2, 432| ecclesiastical province possesses juridic personality by the law itself.~ 54 2, 2, 433| region can be erected as a juridic person.~ 55 2, 2, 449| conference of bishops possesses juridic personality by the law itself.~ 56 2, 2, 474| curia which are to have juridic effect must be signed by 57 2, 2, 515| erected parish possesses juridic personality by the law itself.~ 58 2, 2, 520| Can. 520 §1. A juridic person is not to be a pastor. 59 2, 2, 532| Can. 532 In all juridic affairs the pastor represents 60 2, 2, 535| all acts which can have juridic importance are to be signed 61 2, 2, 543| moderator alone represents in juridic affairs the parish or parishes 62 2, 3, 587| this code spiritual and juridic elements are to be joined 63 2, 3, 634| Can. 634 §1. As juridic persons by the law itself, 64 2, 3, 638| incur expenses and perform juridic acts of ordinary administration 65 2, 3, 638| patrimonial condition of a juridic person can worsen, the written 66 2, 3, 639| Can. 639 §1. If a juridic person has contracted debts 67 2, 3, 639| must answer, but not the juridic person.~§4. It is a fixed 68 2, 3, 709| can be erected even as a juridic person and under whose supreme 69 2, 3, 723| with regard to the specific juridic effects established in the 70 2, 3, 741| their parts and houses are juridic persons and, as such, capable 71 3, 0, 803| a public ecclesiastical juridic person directs or which 72 4, 3, 1241| own cemetery.~§2. Other juridic persons or families can 73 5, 0, 1254| churches, as well as any other juridic person, public or private, 74 5, 0, 1255| of goods belongs to that juridic person which has acquired 75 5, 0, 1256| Apostolic See, or other public juridic persons in the Church are 76 5, 0, 1256| temporal goods of a private juridic person are governed by its 77 5, 0, 1257| See but also any public juridic person in the Church unless 78 5, 0, 1262| the diocese upon public juridic persons subject to his governance; 79 5, 0, 1262| upon other physical and juridic persons in case of grave 80 5, 0, 1264| person, whether physical or juridic, is forbidden to beg for 81 5, 0, 1266| administrators of any ecclesiastical juridic person, even a private one, 82 5, 0, 1266| are presumed given to the juridic person itself.~§2. The offerings 83 5, 0, 1266| if it concerns a public juridic person, with the permission 84 5, 0, 1268| a public ecclesiastical juridic person, however, only another 85 5, 0, 1268| another public ecclesiastical juridic person can acquire them.~ 86 5, 0, 1269| another public ecclesiastical juridic person, they are prescribed 87 5, 0, 1275| goods which belong to public juridic persons subject to him, 88 5, 0, 1278| of the goods of a public juridic person which does not have 89 5, 0, 1279| Can. 1280 Each juridic person is to have its own 90 5, 0, 1280| to its own advantage, a juridic person is not bound to answer 91 5, 0, 1280| by its administrators. A juridic person itself, however, 92 5, 0, 1283| for the purposes of the juridic person;~7/ keep well organized 93 5, 0, 1287| in the name of a public juridic person unless they have 94 5, 0, 1290| stable patrimony of a public juridic person and whose value exceeds 95 5, 0, 1291| determined by the statutes of juridic persons if they are not 96 5, 0, 1291| the economic state of the juridic person whose goods are proposed 97 5, 0, 1294| to which the statutes of juridic persons must also conform, 98 5, 0, 1294| patrimonial condition of a juridic person.~ 99 5, 0, 1302| 114, §2 and erected as a juridic person by competent ecclesiastical 100 5, 0, 1302| in some way to a public juridic person with the obligation 101 5, 0, 1302| have been entrusted to a juridic person subject to a diocesan 102 5, 0, 1302| otherwise, they accrue to the juridic person itself.~ 103 5, 0, 1303| Can. 1304 §1. For a juridic person to be able to accept 104 5, 0, 1303| legitimately determined that the juridic person can satisfy both 105 5, 0, 1305| copy in the archive of the juridic person to which the foundation 106 7, 1, 1399| the rights of physical or juridic persons, or the declaration 107 7, 1, 1399| persons, or the declaration of juridic facts;~2/ the imposition 108 7, 1, 1404| dioceses or other physical or juridic ecclesiastical persons which 109 7, 1, 1418| rights or temporal goods of a juridic person represented by the 110 7, 1, 1426| arises between physical or juridic religious persons of different 111 7, 1, 1426| person or a non-religious juridic person, the diocesan tribunal 112 7, 1, 1480| Can. 1480 §1. Juridic persons stand trial through 113 7, 1, 1480| through another in the name of juridic persons subject to his authority.~ 114 7, 2, 1524| guardians and administrators of juridic persons need the counsel


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