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Code of Canon Law


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determined
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | ecclesiastical laws and determined that the enterprise be carried 2 Intr | decisions and principles to be determined by that same Council. Meanwhile 3 Intr | to be governed are to be determined territorially; however, 4 Intr | but cannot be de-fined and determined precisely. Therefore the 5 Intr | issues at meetings in Rome at determined times, or in examining the 6 Intr | the Supreme Pontiff, who determined whether they were to be 7 Intr | opinion within a prudently determined time frame—not less than 8 Intr | general principles already determined by the central committee, 9 Intr | process, the Supreme Pontiff determined that other members be added 10 1, 0, 8| promulgated in the manner determined by the legislator and begin 11 1, 0, 122| each, in due proportion determined in equity and justice.~ 12 1, 0, 130| the law establishes it in determined cases.~ 13 1, 0, 133| some manner other than that determined in the mandate is not considered 14 1, 0, 137| for a single act or for determined acts, however, it cannot 15 1, 0, 153| by law is conferred for a determined period of time, provision 16 1, 0, 167| the day and at the place determined in the same notice have 17 1, 0, 172| secret, certain, absolute, determined.~§2. Conditions attached 18 1, 0, 184| time, by reaching the age determined by law, by resignation, 19 2, 1, 258| appropriate activities, determined by judgment of the ordinary, 20 2, 1, 263| bishops involved in a way determined by them through common counsel 21 2, 1, 264| who are subject to it, and determined according to the needs of 22 2, 1, 271| duties of these clerics are determined through a written agreement 23 2, 1, 283| notable period of time, to be determined by particular law, without 24 2, 1, 283| of vacation each year as determined by universal or particular 25 2, 1, 326| ceased to exist must be determined according to the norm of 26 2, 2, 346| according to the method determined by the special law of the 27 2, 2, 399| according to the form and time determined by the Apostolic See.~§2. 28 2, 2, 399| Apostolic See.~§2. If the year determined for submitting a report 29 2, 2, 405| obligations and rights which are determined in the prescripts of the 30 2, 2, 435| joined with an episcopal see determined or approved by the Roman 31 2, 2, 436| functions and power to be determined in particular law.~§3. The 32 2, 2, 443| territory, in a number to be determined as in n. 2.~§4. Presbyters 33 2, 2, 463| manner and number to be determined by the diocesan bishop or, 34 2, 2, 463| does not exist, in a manner determined by the diocesan bishop;~ 35 2, 2, 463| chosen in a number and manner determined by the diocesan bishop.~§ 36 2, 2, 471| according to the manner determined by law or by the bishop;~ 37 2, 2, 471| according to the manner determined by law or by the bishop.~ 38 2, 2, 477| appointed only for a time to be determined in the act of appointment.~§ 39 2, 2, 494| in accord with the budget determined by the Finance council and, 40 2, 2, 499| presbyteral council must be determined in the statutes in such 41 2, 2, 501| be designated for a time determined in the statutes, in such 42 2, 2, 502| which belongs the functions determined by law. When the five years 43 2, 2, 512| are designated in a manner determined by the diocesan bishop.~§ 44 2, 2, 518| parishes are to be established determined by reason of the rite, language, 45 2, 2, 521| clearly evident by some means determined by the diocesan bishop, 46 2, 2, 541| are no vicars, a pastor determined by particular law assumes 47 2, 2, 545| for the whole parish, a determined part of the parish, or a 48 2, 2, 548| bishop, are more specifically determined in the mandate of the pastor.~§ 49 2, 2, 554| a certain period of time determined by particular law.~§3. The 50 2, 2, 557| the diocesan bishop has determined otherwise.~ 51 2, 3, 615| over such a monastery as determined by the constitutions is 52 2, 3, 623| definitive profession, to be determined by proper law, or if it 53 2, 3, 631| According to the norms determined in proper law, not only 54 2, 3, 725| associate to itself by some bond determined in the constitutions other 55 4, 1, 891| conference of bishops has determined another age, or there is 56 4, 1, 1016| to which the candidate is determined to devote himself. As regards 57 4, 1, 1039| days in a place and manner determined by the ordinary. Before 58 4, 3, 1215| church in a certain and determined place.~ 59 5, 0, 1286| According to norms to be determined by particular law, administrators 60 5, 0, 1291| the competent authority is determined by the statutes of juridic 61 5, 0, 1302| obligation for a long time, to be determined by particular law, of celebrating 62 5, 0, 1303| before he has legitimately determined that the juridic person 63 5, 0, 1308| altars different from those determined in the foundations.~ 64 6, 1, 1343| offense again within the time determined by the judge, the person 65 7, 1, 1406| reason of one of the titles determined in cann. 1408-1414.~§2. 66 7, 2, 1586| directly based on a certain and determined fact connected with the 67 7, 2, 1610| the judges have already determined the reasons to be presented. 68 7, 5, 1733| solutions according to the norms determined by the conference. If the


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