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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
rights
    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | The Holy See reserves all rights to itself. No one is permitted 2 Intr | Society of America.~All rights reserved. No part of this 3 Intr | concerns the duties and rights of the faithful and particularly 4 Intr | based upon charity, with the rights of individuals guaranteed 5 Intr | must define and protect the rights and obligations of each 6 Intr | to the extent that these rights and obligations pertain 7 Intr | it is expedient that the rights of persons be appropriately 8 Intr | protection of subjective rights. Therefore in renewing the 9 Intr | called the group on “the rights and associations of the 10 Intr | procedure for the protection of rights or processes;~1977—the schema 11 Intr | knowing his or her own proper rights and duties. Arbitrariness 12 1, 0, 4| Can. 4 Acquired rights and privileges granted to 13 1, 0, 18| restrict the free exercise of rights, or contain an exception 14 1, 0, 36| penalties, restrict the rights of a person, injure the 15 1, 0, 36| person, injure the acquired rights of others, or are contrary 16 1, 0, 50| possible, to hear those whose rights can be injured.~ 17 1, 0, 96| in it with the duties and rights which are proper to Christians 18 1, 0, 98| full exercise of his or her rights.~§2. A minor, in the exercise 19 1, 0, 98| the exercise of his or her rights, remains subject to the 20 1, 0, 113| canon law of obligations and rights which correspond to their 21 1, 0, 120| the exercise of all the rights of the aggregate (universitas).~ 22 1, 0, 121| the goods and patrimonial rights proper to the prior ones 23 1, 0, 121| donors as well as acquired rights must be respected.~ 24 1, 0, 122| and donors, the acquired rights, and the approved statutes, 25 1, 0, 122| divisible, patrimonial goods and rights as well as debts and other 26 1, 0, 123| of its goods, patrimonial rights, and obligations is governed 27 1, 0, 123| and donors and acquired rights. Upon the extinction of 28 1, 0, 145| 2. The obligations and rights proper to individual ecclesiastical 29 1, 0, 192| authority, without prejudice to rights possibly acquired by contract, 30 1, 0, 199| subject to prescription:~1/ rights and obligations which are 31 1, 0, 199| natural or positive law;~2/ rights which can be obtained from 32 1, 0, 199| apostolic privilege alone;~3/ rights and obligations which directly 33 2, 1 | TITLE I.~THE OBLIGATIONS AND RIGHTS OF ALL THE CHRISTIAN FAITHFUL ( 34 2, 1, 221| vindicate and defend the rights which they possess in the 35 2, 1, 223| 1. In exercising their rights, the Christian faithful, 36 2, 1, 223| good of the Church, the rights of others, and their own 37 2, 1, 223| can direct the exercise of rights which are proper to the 38 2, 1 | II.~THE OBLIGATIONS AND RIGHTS OF THE LAY CHRISTIAN FAITHFUL ( 39 2, 1, 224| to those obligations and rights which are common to all 40 2, 1, 224| obligations and possess the rights which are enumerated in 41 2, 1, 271| make provision that the rights and duties of these clerics 42 2, 1, 271| return to it, possess all the rights which they would have had 43 2, 1 | III.~THE OBLIGATIONS AND RIGHTS OF CLERICS~ 44 2, 1, 287| authority, the protection of the rights of the Church or the promotion 45 2, 1, 292| of law loses with it the rights proper to the clerical state 46 2, 1, 296| the principal duties and rights connected to it.~ 47 2, 1, 306| a person to possess the rights and privileges of an association 48 2, 1, 310| subject of obligations and rights. Nevertheless, the members 49 2, 1, 310| can acquire and possess rights and goods as co-owners and 50 2, 1, 310| are able to exercise these rights and obligations through 51 2, 1, 326| without prejudice to acquired rights and the intention of the 52 2, 2, 351| the duties and possess the rights defined by law.~§3. When 53 2, 2, 351| he possess any of their rights. After the Roman Pontiff 54 2, 2, 351| duties and possesses the same rights; he possesses the right 55 2, 2, 377| office.~§5. In the future, no rights and privileges of election, 56 2, 2, 384| He is to protect their rights and take care that they 57 2, 2, 405| have the obligations and rights which are determined in 58 2, 2, 408| to another the episcopal rights and functions which a coadjutor 59 2, 2, 428| the diocese or episcopal rights. They, and consequently 60 2, 2, 510| duties and possesses the rights and faculties which are 61 2, 2, 540| duties and possesses the same rights as a pastor unless the diocesan 62 2, 2, 540| anything which prejudices the rights of the pastor or can harm 63 2, 2, 548| 1. The obligations and rights of a parochial vicar, besides 64 2, 2, 562| legitimate statutes and acquired rights, is obliged to see to it 65 2, 2, 565| legitimately has special rights, a chaplain is appointed 66 2, 3, 614| the constitutions. Mutual rights and obligations are to be 67 2, 3, 616| to legitimately acquired rights.~§2. The suppression of 68 2, 3, 654| into the institute with the rights and duties defined by law.~ 69 2, 3 | IV.~THE OBLIGATIONS AND RIGHTS OF INSTITUTES AND THEIR 70 2, 3, 685| in the new institute, the rights and obligations which the 71 2, 3, 685| while the preceding vows, rights, and obligations cease.~ ~ 72 2, 3, 701| dismissal, vows as well as the rights and obligations deriving 73 2, 3, 728| the bonds as well as the rights and obligations deriving 74 2, 3, 737| members the obligations and rights defined in the constitutions 75 2, 3, 743| constitutions; with the indult, the rights and obligations deriving 76 2, 3, 744| society of apostolic life; the rights and obligations proper to 77 2, 3, 745| more than three years; the rights and obligations which cannot 78 3, 0, 747| insofar as the fundamental rights of the human person or the 79 4, 1, 1095| the essential matrimonial rights and duties mutually to be 80 4, 3, 1219| without prejudice to parochial rights.~ 81 4, 3, 1222| those who legitimately claim rights for themselves in the church 82 4, 3, 1227| which possesses the same rights as an oratory.~ 83 5, 0, 1262| which attribute greater rights to him.~ 84 5, 0, 1269| objects, and personal or real rights and actions are prescribed 85 5, 0, 1275| attribute more significant rights to him.~§2. With due regard 86 5, 0, 1275| 2. With due regard for rights, legitimate customs, and 87 5, 0, 1283| records on which the property rights of the Church or the institute 88 5, 0, 1295| in order to vindicate the rights of the Church.~ 89 6, 1, 1332| either all or some of the rights or functions attached to 90 6, 1, 1337| powers, offices, functions, rights, privileges, faculties, 91 7, 1, 1399| pursuit or vindication of the rights of physical or juridic persons, 92 7, 1, 1418| If a case concerns the rights or temporal goods of a juridic 93 7, 1, 1465| by law for extinguishing rights, cannot be extended nor 94 7, 1, 1478| the judge thinks that the rights of minors are in conflict 95 7, 1, 1478| are in conflict with the rights of the parents, guardians, 96 7, 1, 1478| cannot adequately protect the rights of the former, then the 97 7, 2, 1508| free exercise of his or her rights or the free administration 98 7, 2, 1642| 2. It establishes the rights between the parties and 99 7, 3, 1678| trial, have the following rights:~1/ to be present at the 100 7, 3, 1711| bond possesses the same rights and is bound by the same 101 7, 3, 1712| ordination, the cleric loses all rights proper to the clerical state


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