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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 12| actually present in a certain territory, however, are exempted from 2 1, 0, 12| are not in force in that territory.~§3. Laws established for 3 1, 0, 12| established for a particular territory bind those for whom they 4 1, 0, 13| particular laws of their own territory as long as they are absent 5 1, 0, 13| causes harm in their own territory or the laws are personal;~ 6 1, 0, 13| personal;~2/ by the laws of the territory in which they are present, 7 1, 0, 13| immovable goods located in the territory.~§3. Transients are bound 8 1, 0, 87| disciplinary laws issued for his territory or his subjects by the supreme 9 1, 0, 91| 91 Even when outside his territory, one who possesses the power 10 1, 0, 91| they are absent from the territory, and, unless the contrary 11 1, 0, 91| actually present in the territory, as well as with respect 12 1, 0, 102| that residence within the territory of a certain parish or at 13 1, 0, 102| by residence within the territory of a certain parish or at 14 1, 0, 102| quasi-domicile within the territory of a parish is called parochial; 15 1, 0, 102| called parochial; within the territory of a diocese, even though 16 1, 0, 136| or they are outside his territory; he is also able to exercise 17 1, 0, 136| actually present in the territory if it concerns granting 18 2, 1, 237| seminary is for its entire territory, or the bishops involved 19 2, 1, 271| further residence in his territory.~ 20 2, 1, 312| conference of bishops in its own territory for national associations, 21 2, 1, 312| diocesan bishop in his own territory, but not a diocesan administrator, 22 2, 1, 328| especially those in the same territory.~ 23 2, 2, 372| is limited to a definite territory so that it includes all 24 2, 2, 372| the faithful living in the territory.~§2. Nevertheless, where 25 2, 2, 372| can be erected in the same territory.~ 26 2, 2, 383| are, whether living in the territory or staying there temporarily; 27 2, 2, 431| provinces limited to a certain territory.~§2. As a rule, exempt dioceses 28 2, 2, 431| particular churches within the territory of some ecclesiastical province 29 2, 2, 439| boundaries coincide with the territory of a nation.~ 30 2, 2, 441| celebrate the council within the territory of the conference of bishops;~ 31 2, 2, 442| provincial council within the territory of the province;~3/ to determine 32 2, 2, 443| bishops who perform in the territory a special function committed 33 2, 2, 443| retired ones, living in the territory can be called to particular 34 2, 2, 443| particular churches in the territory;~2/ major superiors of religious 35 2, 2, 443| which have a seat in the territory;~3/ rectors of ecclesiastical 36 2, 2, 443| which have a seat in the territory;~4/ some rectors of major 37 2, 2, 443| which are located in the territory, in a number to be determined 38 2, 2, 445| particular council, for its own territory, takes care that provision 39 2, 2, 447| of some nation or certain territory who jointly exercise certain 40 2, 2, 447| Christian faithful of their territory in order to promote the 41 2, 2, 448| bishops can be erected for a territory of lesser or greater area, 42 2, 2, 448| constituted in a certain territory or those who preside offer 43 2, 2, 450| diocesan bishops in the territory, those equivalent to them 44 2, 2, 450| who perform in the same territory a special function entrusted 45 2, 2, 479| the specific part of the territory or the type of affairs or 46 2, 2, 491| and other churches in his territory are also diligently preserved 47 2, 2, 508| diocese even outside the territory of the diocese from undeclared 48 2, 2, 518| Christian faithful of a certain territory. When it is expedient, however, 49 2, 2, 518| Christian faithful of some territory, or even for some other 50 2, 3, 579| bishops, each in his own territory, can erect institutes of 51 2, 3, 628| right located in his own territory.~§3. Members are to act 52 3, 0, 771| non-believers living in the territory since the care of souls 53 3, 0, 775| catechisms are issued for its territory, with the previous approval 54 3, 0, 792| those who come to their territory from mission lands for the 55 3, 0, 806| Catholic schools in his territory, even those which members 56 3, 0, 809| suitably spread through their territory, in which the various disciplines 57 4, 1, 862| to confer baptism in the territory of another without the required 58 4, 1, 887| licitly on externs in the territory assigned to him unless their 59 4, 1, 887| validly on anyone in another territory, without prejudice to the 60 4, 1, 888| Can. 888 Within the territory in which they are able to 61 4, 1, 974| presbyter loses it only in the territory of the one who revokes it.~§ 62 4, 1, 1077| actually present in his own territory but only for a time, for 63 4, 1, 1078| actually present in his own territory from all impediments of 64 4, 1, 1079| actually present in his territory both from the form to be 65 4, 1, 1109| within the confines of their territory they assist validly at the 66 4, 1, 1111| within the limits of their territory.~§2. To be valid, the delegation 67 4, 3, 1206| out a dedication in their territory to any bishop or, in exceptional 68 5, 0, 1273| dioceses or for the entire territory of the conference of bishops.~§ 69 5, 0, 1289| which the civil law in a territory has established for contracts 70 6, 1, 1314| competence by reason of territory or of persons, moreover, 71 6, 1, 1335| residence in a certain place or territory;~2/ privation of a power, 72 6, 1, 1336| residing in a certain place or territory can affect both clerics 73 6, 1, 1336| reside in a certain place or territory can affect secular clerics 74 6, 1, 1336| reside in a certain place or territory requires the consent of 75 6, 1, 1354| those who are present in his territory or who committed the offense 76 7, 1, 1469| expelled by force from his territory or impeded from the exercise 77 7, 1, 1469| a sentence outside that territory; the diocesan bishop, however, 78 7, 1, 1469| can also go outside the territory to acquire proofs. This 79 7, 3, 1673| both parties live in the territory of the same conference of 80 7, 4, 1722| residence in some place or territory, or even can prohibit public


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