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Code of Canon Law


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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | of the faithful. On the contrary, its purpose is rather to 2 Intr | this notwithstanding any contrary ordinances, constitutions, 3 1, 0, 2| force unless one of them is contrary to the canons of the Code.~ 4 1, 0, 3| present, notwithstanding contrary prescripts of this Code.~ 5 1, 0, 5| presently in force which are contrary to the prescripts of these 6 1, 0, 5| revive in the future. Other contrary customs are also considered 7 1, 0, 6| universal or particular laws contrary to the prescripts of this 8 1, 0, 15| not notorious until the contrary is proven.~ 9 1, 0, 20| so expressly, is directly contrary to it, or completely reorders 10 1, 0, 22| insofar as they are not contrary to divine law and unless 11 1, 0, 24| 24 §1. No custom which is contrary to divine law can obtain 12 1, 0, 24| force of law.~§2. A custom contrary to or beyond canon law ( 13 1, 0, 26| specifically approved it, a custom contrary to the canon law now in 14 1, 0, 28| the prescript of can. 5, a contrary custom or law revokes a 15 1, 0, 28| revokes a custom which is contrary to or beyond the law (praeter 16 1, 0, 33| their prescripts which are contrary to laws lack all force.~§ 17 1, 0, 33| them expires unless the contrary is expressly provided.~ 18 1, 0, 36| rights of others, or are contrary to a law which benefits 19 1, 0, 38| acquired right of another or is contrary to a law or approved custom, 20 1, 0, 53| Can. 53 If decrees are contrary to one another, a particular 21 1, 0, 53| extent that the later one is contrary to it.~ 22 1, 0, 61| acceptance, without prejudice to contrary clauses.~ 23 1, 0, 67| If it happens that two contrary rescripts are obtained for 24 1, 0, 73| Rescripts are not revoked by a contrary law unless the law itself 25 1, 0, 78| be perpetual unless the contrary is proved.~§2. A personal 26 1, 0, 82| cease through non-use or contrary use. If it is to the disadvantage 27 1, 0, 91| territory, and, unless the contrary is expressly established, 28 1, 0, 127| those persons or who acts contrary to the opinion of all or 29 1, 0, 127| is nonetheless not to act contrary to that opinion, especially 30 1, 0, 135| cannot validly issue a law contrary to higher law.~§3. Judicial 31 1, 0, 174| agreement which are not contrary to the law; conditions contrary 32 1, 0, 174| contrary to the law; conditions contrary to the law, however, are 33 1, 0, 190| to the right of proposing contrary arguments.~§3. To take effect 34 1, 0, 203| otherwise.~§2. Unless the contrary is established, the final 35 2, 2, 396| assistants on a visitation; any contrary privilege or custom is reprobated.~ 36 2, 2, 423| is to be designated; any contrary custom is reprobated. Otherwise, 37 2, 2, 425| the one who was elected contrary to the prescripts of §1, 38 2, 2, 438| unless in some matters the contrary is clear from apostolic 39 2, 2, 480| and they are never to act contrary to the intention and mind 40 2, 2, 509| collegial church; every contrary privilege is revoked.~It 41 2, 2, 526| norm of can. 517, §1; any contrary custom is reprobated and 42 2, 2, 526| custom is reprobated and any contrary privilege whatsoever is 43 2, 2, 531| of voluntary openings the contrary intention of the donor is 44 2, 2, 533| is a grave reason to the contrary, a pastor is permitted to 45 2, 3, 668| therefore invalidly places acts contrary to the vow of poverty. Moreover, 46 3, 0, 750| any doctrines whatsoever contrary to them.~§2. Each and every 47 4, 1, 866| is a grave reason to the contrary, an adult who is baptized 48 4, 1, 937| is a grave reason to the contrary, the church in which the 49 4, 1, 954| have expressly indicated a contrary intention.~ 50 4, 1, 1060| must be upheld until the contrary is proven.~ 51 4, 1, 1061| consummation is presumed until the contrary is proven.~§3. An invalid 52 4, 1, 1068| there are indications to the contrary.~ 53 4, 1, 1076| introduces a new impediment or is contrary to existing impediments 54 4, 1, 1138| clear evidence proves the contrary.~§2. Children born at least 55 4, 2, 1170| prohibition of the Church to the contrary.~ 56 4, 2, 1176| it was chosen for reasons contrary to Christian doctrine.~ 57 4, 2, 1183| intention is evidently to the contrary and provided that their 58 4, 2, 1184| their bodies for reasons contrary to Christian faith;~3/ other 59 4, 3, 1210| other uses which are not contrary to the holiness of the place.~ 60 4, 3, 1211| ordinary, are so grave and contrary to the holiness of the place 61 5, 0, 1266| Can. 1267 §1. Unless the contrary is established, offerings 62 5, 0, 1286| the finance council; any contrary custom is reprobated.~§2. 63 5, 0, 1289| unless the provisions are contrary to divine law or canon law 64 5, 0, 1300| function.~§3. Stipulations contrary to this right of an ordinary 65 6, 1, 1327| commit a delict and yet, contrary to his or her intent, did 66 6, 2, 1382| Can. 1383 A bishop who, contrary to the prescript of can. 67 6, 2, 1391| exercise a trade or business contrary to the prescripts of the 68 7, 1, 1424| Can. 1425 §1. With every contrary custom reprobated, the following 69 7, 2, 1541| Can. 1541 Unless contrary and evident arguments prove 70 7, 2, 1622| illegitimate number of judges contrary to the prescript of can. 71 7, 2, 1645| prove new facts and demand a contrary decision;~3/ the sentence 72 7, 2, 1645| neglected;~5/ the sentence is contrary to a previous decision which 73 7, 3, 1692| a civil sentence is not contrary to divine law, the bishop 74 7, 5, 1745| any proofs he has to the contrary;~2/ when any necessary instruction


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