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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 14| ordinaries can dispense from laws provided that, if it concerns a reserved 2 1, 0, 33| the contrary is expressly provided.~ 3 1, 0, 39| si), unless (nisi), or provided that (dummodo).~ 4 1, 0, 66| in the matter concerned, provided that, in the judgment of 5 1, 0, 69| the executor at any time, provided that there is neither fraud 6 1, 0, 87| reserved to the Holy See, provided that it concerns a dispensation 7 1, 0, 140| 119 unless the mandate has provided otherwise.~§3. Executive 8 1, 0, 154| someone, can be conferred provided that it has been declared 9 1, 0, 164| 164 Unless the law has provided otherwise, the prescripts 10 1, 0, 165| a college or group have provided otherwise, if a college 11 1, 0, 166| if it has been confirmed, provided that it is evident juridically 12 1, 0, 174| also be done by compromise, provided that the electors, by unanimous 13 1, 0, 195| care that the support is provided for a suitable period, unless 14 2, 1, 231| health benefits to be duly provided.~ ~ 15 2, 1, 233| the universal Church are provided for sufficiently. This duty 16 2, 1, 234| the priesthood are to be provided with that formation in the 17 2, 1, 235| the priesthood are to be provided with a suitable spiritual 18 2, 1, 271| incardinated in his own church provided that the agreements entered 19 2, 1, 301| has not been sufficiently provided for through the initiatives 20 2, 2, 377| which the diocese to be provided for belongs or with which 21 2, 2, 395| continuous or interrupted, and provided that he makes provision 22 2, 2, 402| suitable and decent support is provided for a retired bishop, with 23 2, 2, 403| nature, an auxiliary bishop provided with special faculties can 24 2, 2, 406| the apostolic letter has provided otherwise and without prejudice 25 2, 2, 409| which he had been appointed provided that he has legitimately 26 2, 2, 413| unless the Holy See has provided otherwise. If there is none 27 2, 2, 419| unless the Holy See has provided otherwise.~The one who so 28 2, 2, 475| appoint a vicar general who is provided with ordinary power according 29 2, 2, 479| unless it has been expressly provided otherwise or the personal 30 2, 2, 510| of the faithful are aptly provided for, is to resolve conflicts 31 2, 2, 517| appoint some priest who, provided with the powers and faculties 32 2, 2, 533| shared by several presbyters, provided that the performance of 33 2, 2, 533| is properly and suitably provided for.~§2. Unless there is 34 2, 2, 549| the diocesan bishop has provided otherwise according to the 35 2, 2, 550| shared by several presbyters, provided that this is not detrimental 36 2, 2, 559| laws of the foundation, and provided that, in the judgment of 37 2, 2, 562| furnishings and buildings are provided for, and that nothing whatever 38 2, 2, 566| 566 §1. A chaplain must be provided with all the faculties which 39 2, 3, 579| consecrated life by formal decree, provided that the Apostolic See has 40 2, 3, 610| needs of the members will be provided for suitably.~ 41 2, 3, 696| dismissed for other causes provided that they are grave, external, 42 2, 3, 707| unless the Apostolic See has provided otherwise.~§2. If he has 43 2, 3, 729| other causes for dismissal provided that they are proportionately 44 3, 0, 786| that is, when they are provided with the proper resources 45 3, 0, 798| suitable Catholic education is provided for their children outside 46 3, 0, 804| schools whatsoever or are provided through the various instruments 47 3, 0, 825| by the same authority and provided with necessary and sufficient 48 3, 0, 825| of the sacred scriptures provided with appropriate annotations.~ 49 4, 1, 844| advantage suggests it, and provided that danger of error or 50 4, 1, 844| such on their own accord, provided that they manifest Catholic 51 4, 1, 882| is a bishop; a presbyter provided with this faculty in virtue 52 4, 1, 903| church does not know him, provided that either he presents 53 4, 1, 928| language or in another language provided that the liturgical texts 54 4, 1, 955| priests acceptable to him, provided that he is certain that 55 4, 1, 967| and 3.~§3. Those who are provided with the faculty of hearing 56 4, 1, 1080| the local ordinary and, provided that the case is occult, 57 4, 1, 1099| vitiate matrimonial consent provided that it does not determine 58 4, 1, 1109| who are not their subjects provided that one of them is of the 59 4, 1, 1116| outside the danger of death provided that it is prudently foreseen 60 4, 1, 1140| unless the law has expressly provided otherwise.~ 61 4, 1, 1143| contracted by the same party, provided that the non-baptized party 62 4, 1, 1144| before or after baptism provided that it is evident at least 63 4, 1, 1148| dismissed are sufficiently provided for according to the norms 64 4, 1, 1154| must always be suitably provided.~ 65 4, 1, 1158| privately and in secret, provided that the other perseveres 66 4, 1, 1159| not consent now consents, provided that the consent given by 67 4, 1, 1163| legitimate form can be sanated provided that the consent of each 68 4, 2, 1168| is a cleric who has been provided with the requisite power. 69 4, 2, 1183| evidently to the contrary and provided that their own minister 70 4, 2, 1196| private vows for a just cause provided that a dispensation does 71 4, 3, 1209| who is above suspicion, provided that no harm is done to 72 4, 3, 1222| themselves in the church and provided that the good of souls suVers 73 5, 0, 1263| 1264 Unless the law has provided otherwise, it is for a meeting 74 5, 0, 1307| 2. If it is expressly provided for in the charters of the 75 5, 0, 1307| established in the diocese, provided that there is no one obliged 76 6, 1, 1323| and consent of will and provided that the passion itself 77 6, 1, 1323| without full imputability provided that the imputability was 78 6, 1, 1354| Can. 1355 §1. Provided that the penalty has not 79 7, 1, 1408| forum of the petitioner provided that no other legitimate 80 7, 1, 1497| allowed as security for a loan provided that the right of the creditor 81 7, 2, 1522| have force in another trial provided that the case involves the 82 7, 2, 1567| recorder can be allowed, provided that the responses are afterwards 83 7, 2, 1570| is necessary or useful, provided that there is no danger 84 7, 2, 1600| parties have been heard and provided that there is a grave reason 85 7, 2, 1645| has become res iudicata provided that its injustice is clearly 86 7, 3, 1673| petitioner has a domicile, provided that both parties live in 87 7, 3, 1673| proofs must be collected, provided that consent is given by 88 7, 3, 1686| defect of legitimate form, provided that it is equally certain 89 7, 3, 1702| observed insofar as possible, provided that they can be reconciled 90 7, 4, 1727| of justice has not been provided for sufficiently.~ 91 7, 5, 1743| but also conditionally, provided that the bishop can accept


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