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Code of Canon Law


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    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | am fully aware that this act is an expression of pontifical 2 1, 0, 10| expressly establish that an act is null or that a person 3 1, 0, 16| or of an administrative act in a particular matter, 4 1, 0, 30| conditions stated in the act of the grant have been observed.~ 5 1, 0, 35| singular administrative act, whether it is a decree, 6 1, 0, 36| 36 §1. An administrative act must be understood according 7 1, 0, 36| interpretation.~§2. An administrative act must not be extended to 8 1, 0, 37| Can. 37 An administrative act which regards the external 9 1, 0, 37| in commissariat form, the act of its execution must be 10 1, 0, 38| Can. 38 An administrative act, even if it is a rescript 11 1, 0, 39| Conditions in an administrative act are considered added for 12 1, 0, 40| executor of any administrative act invalidly carries out his 13 1, 0, 40| of the one who issued the act.~ 14 1, 0, 41| executor of an administrative act to whom is entrusted merely 15 1, 0, 41| refuse the execution of this act unless it clearly appears 16 1, 0, 41| clearly appears that the act itself is null or cannot 17 1, 0, 41| attached to the administrative act itself have not been fulfilled. 18 1, 0, 41| execution of the administrative act seems inopportune due to 19 1, 0, 41| authority who issued the act.~ 20 1, 0, 42| executor of an administrative act must proceed according to 21 1, 0, 43| executor of an administrative act can, according to his or 22 1, 0, 44| execute an administrative act unless the executor was 23 1, 0, 45| execution of an administrative act, the executor is permitted 24 1, 0, 45| permitted to execute the same act again.~ 25 1, 0, 46| Can. 46 An administrative act does not cease when the 26 1, 0, 47| revocation of an administrative act by another administrative 27 1, 0, 47| by another administrative act of a competent authority 28 1, 0, 48| decree is an administrative act issued by a competent executive 29 1, 0, 59| rescript is an administrative act issued in writing by competent 30 1, 0, 76| given through a particular act to the benefit of certain 31 1, 0, 120| authority or has ceased to act for a hundred years. A private 32 1, 0, 124| the validity of a juridic act it is required that the 33 1, 0, 124| it is required that the act is placed by a qualified 34 1, 0, 124| essentially constitute the act itself as well as the formalities 35 1, 0, 124| for the validity of the act.~§2. A juridic act placed 36 1, 0, 124| of the act.~§2. A juridic act placed correctly with respect 37 1, 0, 125| Can. 125 §1. An act placed out of force inflicted 38 1, 0, 125| have taken place.~§2. An act placed out of grave fear, 39 1, 0, 126| Can. 126 An act placed out of ignorance 40 1, 0, 126| makes other provision. An act entered into out of ignorance 41 1, 0, 127| consent is required, the act of a superior who does not 42 1, 0, 127| counsel is required, the act of a superior who does not 43 1, 0, 127| superior is nonetheless not to act contrary to that opinion, 44 1, 0, 128| upon someone by a juridic act or by any other act placed 45 1, 0, 128| juridic act or by any other act placed with malice or negligence 46 1, 0, 133| matters or persons does not act at all.~§2. A delegate who 47 1, 0, 137| delegated both for a single act and for all cases unless 48 1, 0, 137| subdelegated for a single act or for all cases unless 49 1, 0, 137| was delegated for a single act or for determined acts, 50 1, 0, 142| clauses.~§2. Nevertheless, an act of delegated power which 51 1, 0, 171| person incapable of a human act;~2/ a person who lacks active 52 1, 0, 201| is unaware or unable to act.~ 53 2, 2, 337| becomes a true collegial act.~§3. It is for the Roman 54 2, 2, 352| their own group who is to act as dean of the college; 55 2, 2, 382| done within a liturgical act in the cathedral church 56 2, 2, 383| episcopal vicar.~§3. He is to act with humanity and charity 57 2, 2, 455| or its president able to act in the name of all the bishops 58 2, 2, 477| to be determined in the act of appointment.~§2. When 59 2, 2, 480| handled, and they are never to act contrary to the intention 60 2, 2, 500| presbyteral council is not able to act without the diocesan bishop 61 2, 2, 505| through a legitimate capitular act and approved by the diocesan 62 2, 3, 627| require consent or counsel to act validly; such consent or 63 2, 3, 628| territory.~§3. Members are to act with trust toward a visitator, 64 2, 3, 638| is necessary to place an act of extraordinary administration 65 2, 3, 668| just cause and to place any act regarding temporal goods, 66 2, 3, 692| rejected by the member in the act of notification, an indult 67 3, 0, 749| proclaims by definitive act that a doctrine of faith 68 3, 0, 752| proclaim it by definitive act; therefore, the Christian 69 4, 1, 904| cannot be present, it is the act of Christ and the Church 70 4, 1, 916| the obligation to make an act of perfect contrition which 71 4, 1, 962| person take care to make an act of contrition is to precede 72 4, 1, 1041| person who has placed an act of orders reserved to those 73 4, 1, 1057| Matrimonial consent is an act of the will by which a man 74 4, 1, 1061| human fashion a conjugal act which is suitable in itself 75 4, 1, 1079| whether within or outside the act of sacramental confession.~§ 76 4, 1, 1086| defected from it by a formal act and the other of whom is 77 4, 1, 1101| the parties by a positive act of the will exclude marriage 78 4, 1, 1117| defected from it by a formal act, without prejudice to the 79 4, 1, 1124| defected from it by a formal act and the other of whom is 80 4, 1, 1157| of consent must be a new act of the will concerning a 81 4, 2, 1201| nature and conditions of the act to which it is attached.~§ 82 4, 2, 1201| If an oath is added to an act which directly tends toward 83 4, 2, 1201| eternal salvation, then the act is not reinforced by the 84 5, 0, 1298| causes either through an act inter vivos or through an 85 5, 0, 1298| inter vivos or through an act mortis causa.~§2. In dispositions 86 5, 0, 1299| causes, whether through an act inter vivos or through an 87 5, 0, 1299| inter vivos or through an act mortis causa, are to be 88 5, 0, 1301| causes either through an act inter vivos or by a last 89 6, 1, 1322| inconvenience unless the act is intrinsically evil or 90 6, 1, 1323| was grave.~§2. A judge can act in the same manner if another 91 6, 1, 1330| offender:~1/ who wishes to act against the prescript of § 92 6, 1, 1334| sacramentals or the placing of an act of governance, the prohibition 93 6, 1, 1334| sacrament or sacramental or an act of governance; a person 94 6, 1, 1354| can also do this in the act of sacramental confession.~ 95 6, 2, 1371| makes recourse against an act of the Roman Pontiff to 96 6, 2, 1372| ordinary because of some act of power or ecclesiastical 97 6, 2, 1386| 1387 A priest who in the act, on the occasion, or under 98 6, 2, 1388| according to the gravity of the act or omission, not excluding 99 6, 2, 1388| illegitimately places or omits an act of ecclesiastical power, 100 7, 1, 1399| controversies arising from an act of administrative power 101 7, 1, 1404| A judge cannot review an act or instrument confirmed 102 7, 1, 1445| which have arisen from an act of ecclesiastical administrative 103 7, 1, 1455| revelation of some procedural act could bring disadvantage 104 7, 1, 1466| consideration the nature of each act.~ 105 7, 1, 1467| scheduled for a judicial act, the time limit is extended 106 7, 1, 1473| also to attest that the act was read to the party or 107 7, 1, 1484| the case warrants it; the act, however, lacks any force 108 7, 2, 1503| order the notary to put the act into writing; the written 109 7, 2, 1520| impediment, propose no procedural act for six months, the trial 110 7, 2, 1598| can decree that a specific act must be shown to no one; 111 7, 2, 1617| reasons expressed in another act.~ 112 7, 2, 1622| based on a null judicial act whose nullity was not sanated 113 7, 4, 1717| the same person cannot act as a judge in the matter 114 7, 5, 1745| the bishop, in order to act validly, is:~1/ to invite


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