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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
legitimately
    Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 26| law only if it has been legitimately observed for thirty continuous 2 1, 0, 34| possess executive power legitimately issue such instructions 3 1, 0, 47| which the revocation is legitimately made known to the person 4 1, 0, 49| decree which directly and legitimately enjoins a specific person 5 1, 0, 57| issued or an interested party legitimately proposes a petition or recourse 6 1, 0, 74| external forum whenever someone legitimately requests it.~ 7 1, 0, 96| ecclesiastical communion and unless a legitimately issued sanction stands in 8 1, 0, 105| one’s own; a minor who is legitimately emancipated according to 9 1, 0, 105| minority has been placed legitimately under the guardianship or 10 1, 0, 112| the Catholic party who has legitimately transferred to another ritual 11 1, 0, 120| is extinguished if it is legitimately suppressed by competent 12 1, 0, 143| ordinary power is suspended if, legitimately, an appeal is made or a 13 1, 0, 158| provision has been made legitimately.~§2. If some college or 14 1, 0, 163| law is to install the one legitimately presented whom the authority 15 1, 0, 163| accepted. If several persons legitimately presented have been found 16 1, 0, 167| convocation has been given legitimately, those present on the day 17 1, 0, 167| excluded unless the statutes legitimately provide otherwise.~§2. If 18 1, 0, 192| either by a decree issued legitimately by competent authority, 19 2, 1, 221| The Christian faithful can legitimately vindicate and defend the 20 2, 1, 235| is to entrust those who legitimately reside outside a seminary 21 2, 1, 238| Can. 238 §1. Seminaries legitimately erected possess juridic 22 2, 1, 268| 268 §1. A cleric who has legitimately moved from his own particular 23 2, 1, 271| recall a cleric who has moved legitimately to another particular church 24 2, 1, 306| into it and has not been legitimately dismissed from it according 25 2, 1, 308| Can. 308 No one legitimately enrolled is to be dismissed 26 2, 1, 309| of law and the statutes, legitimately established associations 27 2, 1, 316| associations.~§2. Those enrolled legitimately who fall into the situation 28 2, 1, 319| provision has been made, a legitimately erected public association 29 2, 1, 324| priests exercising ministry legitimately in the diocese; nevertheless, 30 2, 2, 373| particular churches; those legitimately erected possess juridic 31 2, 2, 377| bishops or confirms those legitimately elected.~§2. At least every 32 2, 2, 377| function.~§3. Unless it is legitimately established otherwise, whenever 33 2, 2, 377| other provision has been legitimately made, a diocesan bishop 34 2, 2, 388| mentioned in §1. If he is legitimately impeded from this celebration, 35 2, 2, 395| attend, or some other duty legitimately entrusted to him, he can 36 2, 2, 396| personally or, if he has been legitimately impeded, through the coadjutor 37 2, 2, 400| personally unless he is legitimately impeded. In that case, he 38 2, 2, 409| appointed provided that he has legitimately taken possession of it.~§ 39 2, 2, 421| administrator has not been elected legitimately within the prescribed time 40 2, 2, 442| metropolitan or, if he is legitimately impeded, a suffragan bishop 41 2, 2, 449| bishops concerned.~§2. A legitimately erected conference of bishops 42 2, 2, 452| pro-president when the president is legitimately impeded, and is to designate 43 2, 2, 452| conference, and, when he is legitimately impeded, the pro-president, 44 2, 2, 455| force unless they have been legitimately promulgated after having 45 2, 2, 477| vicar general is absent or legitimately impeded, a diocesan bishop 46 2, 2, 484| or instruments to one who legitimately requests them from the records 47 2, 2, 494| others designated by him have legitimately authorized.~§4. At the end 48 2, 2, 515| presbyteral council.~§3. A legitimately erected parish possesses 49 2, 2, 525| presbyters who have been legitimately presented or elected for 50 2, 2, 534| in his diocese. If he is legitimately impeded from this celebration, 51 2, 2, 542| other priests, however, a legitimately made profession of faith 52 2, 2, 555| addition to the faculties legitimately given to him by particular 53 2, 2, 557| presentation if someone legitimately has it; in that case, it 54 2, 2, 565| provides otherwise or someone legitimately has special rights, a chaplain 55 2, 3, 595| constitutions and confirm changes legitimately introduced into them, without 56 2, 3, 608| community must live in a legitimately established house under 57 2, 3, 616| moderator can suppress a legitimately erected religious house 58 2, 3, 616| founders or donors or to legitimately acquired rights.~§2. The 59 2, 3, 651| perpetual vows and has been legitimately designated.~§2. If necessary, 60 2, 3, 690| the novitiate one who had legitimately left the institute after 61 2, 3, 692| indult of departure granted legitimately and made known to the member 62 2, 3, 702| from a religious institute legitimately or have been dismissed from 63 2, 3, 702| have been dismissed from it legitimately can request nothing from 64 2, 3, 728| departure has been granted legitimately, all the bonds as well as 65 2, 3, 740| live in a house or in a legitimately established community and 66 3, 0, 776| willingly unless they are legitimately impeded. The pastor is to 67 4, 0, 834| of the Church by persons legitimately designated and through acts 68 4, 1, 868| of them or the person who legitimately takes their place must consent;~ 69 4, 1, 874| by any canonical penalty legitimately imposed or declared;~5/ 70 4, 1, 886| A bishop in his diocese legitimately administers the sacrament 71 4, 1, 928| liturgical texts have been legitimately approved.~ 72 4, 1, 950| the donor must be presumed legitimately to have been different.~ 73 4, 1, 991| free to confess sins to a legitimately approved confessor of his 74 4, 1, 1042| has a wife, unless he is legitimately destined to the permanent 75 4, 1, 1057| consent of the parties, legitimately manifested between persons 76 4, 1, 1085| marriage is established legitimately and certainly.~ 77 4, 1, 1123| forum, declared null, or legitimately dissolved other than by 78 4, 1, 1145| outcome must be established legitimately in the external forum.~ 79 4, 1, 1146| interrogation had been omitted legitimately;~2/ if the non-baptized 80 4, 2, 1172| one can perform exorcisms legitimately upon the possessed unless 81 4, 2, 1177| to it nor another church legitimately chosen for the funeral rite, 82 4, 2, 1180| chosen another cemetery legitimately2. Everyone, however, is 83 4, 3, 1219| 1219 In a church that has legitimately been dedicated or blessed, 84 4, 3, 1222| the consent of those who legitimately claim rights for themselves 85 4, 3, 1225| celebrations can be performed in legitimately established oratories except 86 5, 0, 1255| which has acquired them legitimately.~ 87 5, 0, 1286| whatever which have not been legitimately exempted from the power 88 5, 0, 1299| Can. 1300 The legitimately accepted wills of the faithful 89 5, 0, 1303| permission before he has legitimately determined that the juridic 90 5, 0, 1307| to the level of offering legitimately established in the diocese, 91 7, 1, 1414| belongs to the one which legitimately cited the respondent first.~ 92 7, 1, 1445| and are brought before it legitimately, with other administrative 93 7, 1, 1452| party.~Once a case has been legitimately introduced, however, the 94 7, 1, 1476| trial; however, a party legitimately summoned must respond.~ 95 7, 2, 1510| delivery is considered to be legitimately cited.~ 96 7, 2, 1511| citation was not communicated legitimately, the acts of the process 97 7, 2, 1512| citation has been communicated legitimately or the parties have appeared 98 7, 2, 1531| Can. 1531 §1. A party legitimately questioned must respond 99 7, 2, 1548| judge questions witnesses legitimately, they must tell the truth.~§ 100 7, 2, 1556| through a decree of the judge legitimately communicated to the witness.~ 101 7, 2, 1592| judge must be certain that a legitimately executed citation has reached 102 7, 2, 1622| rendered against a party legitimately absent according to can. 103 7, 3, 1692| Unless other provision is legitimately made in particular places, 104 7, 5, 1741| a pastor can be removed legitimately from his parish are especially 105 7, 5, 1743| the bishop can accept it legitimately and actually does accept


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