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Code of Canon Law


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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | respective regions who in the judgment of the bishops were the 2 Intr | finitive examination and judgment. In order to highlight even 3 1, 0, 5| be tolerated if, in the judgment of the ordinary, they cannot 4 1, 0, 43| according to his or her prudent judgment, substitute another as executor 5 1, 0, 66| concerned, provided that, in the judgment of the ordinary, there is 6 1, 0, 70| it is up to the prudent judgment and conscience of the executor 7 1, 0, 83| It also ceases if, in the judgment of the competent authority, 8 1, 0, 120| its statutes or if, in the judgment of competent authority, 9 1, 0, 127| overriding in the superior’s judgment.~§3. All whose consent or 10 1, 0, 193| of the law can, upon the judgment of the same authority, be 11 2, 1, 235| formation or, if in the judgment of the diocesan bishop circumstances 12 2, 1, 258| activities, determined by judgment of the ordinary, adapted 13 2, 1, 277| this matter and to pass judgment in particular cases concerning 14 2, 1, 287| labor unions unless, in the judgment of competent ecclesiastical 15 2, 2, 372| Nevertheless, where in the judgment of the supreme authority 16 2, 2, 378| disciplines.~§2. The definitive judgment concerning the suitability 17 2, 2, 440| it seems opportune in the judgment of the majority of the diocesan 18 2, 2, 443| if it is expedient in the judgment of the conference of bishops 19 2, 2, 448| 2. If, however, in the judgment of the Apostolic See, having 20 2, 2, 451| commissions which, in the judgment of the conference, more 21 2, 2, 461| circumstances suggest it in the judgment of the diocesan bishop after 22 2, 2, 468| according to his prudent judgment.~§2. When an episcopal see 23 2, 2, 473| them.~§3. Unless in the judgment of the bishop local circumstances 24 2, 2, 524| any favoritism. To make a judgment about suitability, he is 25 2, 2, 553| according to his own prudent judgment.~ 26 2, 2, 554| accord with his own prudent judgment.~ 27 2, 2, 559| and provided that, in the judgment of the local ordinary, they 28 2, 2, 563| according to his own prudent judgment, can remove the rector of 29 2, 3, 689| profession, which in the judgment of experts renders the member 30 3, 0, 747| social order, and to render judgment concerning any human affairs 31 3, 0, 823| morals be submitted to their judgment and have the duty and right 32 3, 0, 827| morals are submitted to the judgment of the local ordinary.~§ 33 3, 0, 830| local ordinary to entrust judgment regarding books to persons 34 3, 0, 830| according to his own prudent judgment, is to grant permission 35 4, 1, 844| other Churches which in the judgment of the Apostolic See are 36 4, 1, 844| is present or if, in the judgment of the diocesan bishop or 37 4, 1, 891| danger of death, or in the judgment of the minister a grave 38 4, 1, 944| When it can be done in the judgment of the diocesan bishop, 39 4, 1, 1025| of law, is endowed in the judgment of his own bishop or of 40 4, 1, 1025| he is considered in the judgment of the same legitimate superior 41 4, 1, 1029| orders who, in the prudent judgment of their own bishop or of 42 4, 1, 1038| cause to be evaluated in the judgment of the diocesan bishop or 43 4, 1, 1042| proven sufficiently in the judgment of the ordinary.~ 44 4, 1, 1095| defect of discretion of judgment concerning the essential 45 4, 2, 1168| liturgical books and to the judgment of the local ordinary lay 46 4, 2, 1183| funerals.~§3. In the prudent judgment of the local ordinary, ecclesiastical 47 4, 2, 1184| to be consulted, and his judgment must be followed.~ 48 4, 2, 1199| taken unless in truth, in judgment, and in justice.~§2. An 49 4, 3, 1211| faithful, actions which, in the judgment of the local ordinary, are 50 4, 3, 1236| can also be used in the judgment of the conference of bishops. 51 4, 3, 1241| blessed according to the judgment of the local ordinary.~ 52 5, 0, 1304| according to the prudent judgment of the ordinary, after he 53 6, 1, 1339| According to his own prudent judgment, an ordinary can add penances 54 7, 1, 1404| he has called to his own judgment.~§2. A judge cannot review 55 7, 1, 1404| without his prior mandate.~§3. Judgment of the following is reserved 56 7, 1, 1424| greater importance to the judgment of three or five judges.~§ 57 7, 1, 1446| advantageously by an agreement or the judgment of arbitrators according 58 7, 1, 1452| to avoid a gravely unjust judgment, without prejudice to the 59 7, 1, 1457| judges who refuse to render a judgment when they are certainly 60 7, 2, 1554| parties; if in the prudent judgment of the judge, however, that 61 7, 2, 1654| sentence leaves it to the judgment of the executor, the executor 62 7, 2, 1655| according to his or her judgment and prudence is to establish 63 7, 3, 1705| instruction is required in the judgment of the Apostolic See, this 64 7, 3, 1713| can be committed to the judgment of one or more arbitrators.~ 65 7, 3, 1714| compromise, and an arbitrated judgment, the norms selected by the 66 7, 3, 1716| challenge of an arbitrated judgment before a civil judge, however, 67 7, 4, 1730| the judge can defer the judgment for damages until he has


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