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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
force
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | thereby exclude the binding force of the Decalogue (cf. Rom. 2 Intr | future it is to have the force of law for the whole Latin 3 Intr | they have juridical binding force, I declare and order that 4 Intr | that they will have the force of law beginning from the 5 1, 0, 2| Therefore, liturgical laws in force until now retain their force 6 1, 0, 2| force until now retain their force unless one of them is contrary 7 1, 0, 3| agreements therefore continue in force exactly as at present, notwithstanding 8 1, 0, 5| particular customs presently in force which are contrary to the 9 1, 0, 5| praeter ius) which are in force until now are preserved.~ 10 1, 0, 6| 1. When this Code takes force, the following are abrogated:~ 11 1, 0, 8| particular cases. They take force only after three months 12 1, 0, 12| universal laws which are not in force in that territory.~§3. Laws 13 1, 0, 13| particular laws which are in force in the place where they 14 1, 0, 16| form of law has the same force as the law itself and must 15 1, 0, 16| however, does not have the force of law and only binds the 16 1, 0, 23| following canons has the force of law.~ 17 1, 0, 24| divine law can obtain the force of law.~§2. A custom contrary 18 1, 0, 24| canonicum) cannot obtain the force of law unless it is reasonable; 19 1, 0, 25| 25 No custom obtains the force of law unless it has been 20 1, 0, 26| to the canon law now in force or one beyond a canonical 21 1, 0, 26| legem canonicam) obtains the force of law only if it has been 22 1, 0, 33| contrary to laws lack all force.~§2. Such decrees cease 23 1, 0, 33| Such decrees cease to have force by explicit or implicit 24 1, 0, 34| prescripts of laws, they lack all force.~§3. Instructions cease 25 1, 0, 34| Instructions cease to have force not only by explicit or 26 1, 0, 52| 52 A singular decree has force only in respect to the matters 27 1, 0, 58| singular decree ceases to have force through legitimate revocation 28 1, 0, 61| person’s assent and has force before the person’s acceptance, 29 1, 0, 119| of those present has the force of law; after two indecisive 30 1, 0, 119| of those present has the force of law; if after two ballots 31 1, 0, 125| 1. An act placed out of force inflicted on a person from 32 1, 0, 181| for a postulation to have force.~§2. A vote for postulation 33 1, 0, 189| requires acceptance lacks all force if it is not accepted within 34 2, 2, 341| council do not have obligatory force unless they have been approved 35 2, 2, 341| 2. To have obligatory force, decrees which the college 36 2, 2, 417| episcopal vicar does has force until they have received 37 2, 2, 417| episcopal vicar does has force until they have received 38 2, 2, 455| They do not obtain binding force unless they have been legitimately 39 2, 3, 643| the institute induced by force, grave fear, or malice, 40 2, 3, 656| expressed and made without force, grave fear, or malice;~ 41 4, 1, 952| such decree, the custom in force in the diocese is to be 42 4, 1, 1026| absolutely forbidden to force anyone in any way or for 43 4, 1, 1103| entered into because of force or grave fear from without, 44 4, 2, 1200| oath extorted by malice, force, or grave fear is null by 45 6, 1, 1322| who acted due to physical force or a chance occurrence which 46 6, 2, 1369| person who uses physical force against the Roman Pontiff 47 6, 2, 1369| person who uses physical force against a cleric or religious 48 6, 2, 1394| delict was committed by force or threats or publicly or 49 6, 2, 1396| gravely wounds a person by force or fraud is to be punished 50 7, 1, 1433| in the trial has the same force.~ 51 7, 1, 1469| 1. A judge expelled by force from his territory or impeded 52 7, 1, 1484| act, however, lacks any force if the procurator does not 53 7, 1, 1500| regarding the nature and force of a possessory action.~ 54 7, 2, 1522| these acts can also have force in another trial provided 55 7, 2, 1522| however, the acts have no force other than that of documents.~ 56 7, 2, 1536| confessions can have a probative force which the judge must evaluate 57 7, 2, 1536| circumstances of the case; the force of full proof cannot be 58 7, 2, 1538| declaration of a party lacks any force if it is shown that it was 59 7, 2, 1538| error of fact or extorted by force or grave fear.~ 60 7, 2, 1542| the judge, has the same force of proof against the author 61 7, 2, 1542| confession. It has the same force against those who are not 62 7, 2, 1544| Documents do not have probative force in a trial unless they are 63 7, 2, 1614| be challenged. It has no force before publication even 64 7, 2, 1617| are decrees, which have no force if they are not merely procedural 65 7, 2, 1618| sentence or a decree has the force of a definitive sentence 66 7, 2, 1620| rendered a sentence coerced by force or grave fear;~4/ the trial 67 7, 2, 1629| which does not have the force of a definitive sentence, 68 7, 2, 1654| concerning the manner and force of the execution but not 69 7, 3, 1714| law, or the civil law in force in the place where the agreement 70 7, 3, 1716| law does not recognize the force of an arbitrated sentence 71 7, 3, 1716| controversy, in order to have force in the canonical forum,


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