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obligations
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | and protect the rights and obligations of each person towards others 2 Intr | extent that these rights and obligations pertain to divine worship 3 1, 0, 113| subjects in canon law of obligations and rights which correspond 4 1, 0, 121| prior ones and assumes the obligations with which they were burdened. 5 1, 0, 121| and to the fulfillment of obligations, however, the intention 6 1, 0, 122| well as debts and other obligations are divided among the juridic 7 1, 0, 122| juridic person and that the obligations proper to them are imposed 8 1, 0, 123| patrimonial rights, and obligations is governed by law and its 9 1, 0, 123| allocation of its goods and obligations is governed by its own statutes.~ ~ 10 1, 0, 145| spiritual purpose.~§2. The obligations and rights proper to individual 11 1, 0, 197| of freeing oneself from obligations.~ 12 1, 0, 199| prescription:~1/ rights and obligations which are of the divine 13 1, 0, 199| privilege alone;~3/ rights and obligations which directly regard the 14 1, 0, 199| territories;~5/ Mass offerings and obligations;~6/ provision of an ecclesiastical 15 2, 1 | TITLE I.~THE OBLIGATIONS AND RIGHTS OF ALL THE CHRISTIAN 16 2, 1 | TITLE II.~THE OBLIGATIONS AND RIGHTS OF THE LAY CHRISTIAN 17 2, 1, 224| 224 In addition to those obligations and rights which are common 18 2, 1, 224| faithful are bound by the obligations and possess the rights which 19 2, 1 | CHAPTER III.~THE OBLIGATIONS AND RIGHTS OF CLERICS~ 20 2, 1, 278| cannot be reconciled with the obligations proper to the clerical state 21 2, 1, 292| is no longer bound by any obligations of the clerical state, without 22 2, 1, 310| as such, be a subject of obligations and rights. Nevertheless, 23 2, 1, 310| it can jointly contract obligations and can acquire and possess 24 2, 1, 310| exercise these rights and obligations through an agent or a proxy.~ 25 2, 2, 384| they correctly fulfill the obligations proper to their state and 26 2, 2, 405| auxiliary bishop have the obligations and rights which are determined 27 2, 2, 414| impeded is bound by the obligations and possesses the power 28 2, 2, 418| administrator and is bound by the obligations of the same; all power of 29 2, 2, 427| administrator is bound by the obligations and possesses the power 30 2, 2, 484| regarding decrees, dispositions, obligations, or other things which require 31 2, 2, 548| Can. 548 §1. The obligations and rights of a parochial 32 2, 2, 549| is also bound by all the obligations of the pastor, except the 33 2, 2, 562| prescripts of the canons, that obligations are fulfilled faithfully, 34 2, 3, 614| constitutions. Mutual rights and obligations are to be defined in such 35 2, 3, 639| has contracted debts and obligations even with the permission 36 2, 3 | CHAPTER IV.~THE OBLIGATIONS AND RIGHTS OF INSTITUTES 37 2, 3, 685| institute, the rights and obligations which the member had in 38 2, 3, 685| preceding vows, rights, and obligations cease.~ ~ 39 2, 3, 687| considered freed from the obligations which cannot be reconciled 40 2, 3, 692| the vows and from all the obligations arising from profession.~ 41 2, 3, 696| habitual neglect of the obligations of consecrated life; repeated 42 2, 3, 701| as well as the rights and obligations deriving from profession 43 2, 3, 705| obedience and is not bound by obligations which he himself prudently 44 2, 3, 712| institute and are to define the obligations which these same bonds bring 45 2, 3, 718| proper law is to define the obligations of the institute, especially 46 2, 3, 728| as well as the rights and obligations deriving from incorporation 47 2, 3, 737| part of the members the obligations and rights defined in the 48 2, 3, 739| 739 In addition to the obligations to which members as members 49 2, 3, 739| are bound by the common obligations of clerics unless it is 50 2, 3, 743| the indult, the rights and obligations deriving from incorporation 51 2, 3, 744| apostolic life; the rights and obligations proper to the society are 52 2, 3, 745| three years; the rights and obligations which cannot be reconciled 53 3, 0, 768| family and its duties, the obligations which people have from being 54 4, 1, 851| of this sacrament and the obligations attached to it. The pastor 55 4, 1, 865| the faith and Christian obligations, and have been tested in 56 4, 1, 872| to fulfill faithfully the obligations inherent in it.~ 57 4, 1, 892| faithfully fulfills the obligations inherent in this sacrament.~ 58 4, 1, 956| defined by the latter the Mass obligations which have not been satisfied 59 4, 1, 957| exercising vigilance that Mass obligations are fulfilled belong to 60 4, 1, 1028| belong to the order and its obligations.~ 61 4, 1, 1071| who is bound by natural obligations toward another party or 62 4, 1, 1095| to assume the essential obligations of marriage for causes of 63 4, 1, 1128| spiritual help to fulfill their obligations and are to help spouses 64 4, 3, 1249| by fulfilling their own obligations more faithfully and especially 65 5, 0, 1273| bishops are able to satisfy obligations towards other persons who 66 5, 0, 1301| immovable goods with the obligations attached to them. If the 67 5, 0, 1303| respond to the attached obligations, according to the practice 68 5, 0, 1306| 1307 §1. A list of the obligations incumbent upon pious foundations 69 5, 0, 1306| accessible place so that the obligations to be fulfilled are not 70 5, 0, 1306| in which the individual obligations, their fulfillment, and 71 5, 0, 1307| 1308 §1. A reduction of the obligations of Masses, to be made only 72 5, 0, 1307| able to reduce the Mass obligations because of diminished revenues.~§ 73 5, 0, 1307| cause exists, to reduce the obligations to the level of offering 74 5, 0, 1307| the power to reduce the obligations or legacies of Masses binding 75 5, 0, 1308| an appropriate cause, the obligations of Masses to days, churches, 76 5, 0, 1309| fulfillment of the imposed obligations has become impossible because 77 5, 0, 1309| can equitably lessen these obligations, after having heard those 78 6, 2 | DELICTS AGAINST SPECIAL OBLIGATIONS (Cann. 1392 - 1396)~ 79 6, 2, 1392| 1393 A person who violates obligations imposed by a penalty can 80 7, 1, 1410| 2. If the case concerns obligations which originate from another 81 7, 2, 1611| doubts;~2/ determine what obligations have arisen for the parties 82 7, 3, 1689| the moral and even civil obligations which may bind them both 83 7, 3, 1712| state and is freed from all obligations.~ ~ 84 7, 4, 1717| has the same powers and obligations as an auditor in the process;


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