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Code of Canon Law


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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | Therefore during the preparatory period prior to the First Vatican 2 1, 0, 8| shorter or longer suspensive period (vacatio).~§2. Particular 3 1, 0, 8| establishes another time period.~ 4 1, 0, 31| promulgation and suspensive period (vacatio) of the decrees 5 1, 0, 57| prescribes some other time period.~§2. When this time period 6 1, 0, 57| period.~§2. When this time period has passed, if the decree 7 1, 0, 83| through the lapse of the time period or through the completion 8 1, 0, 153| conferred for a determined period of time, provision can be 9 1, 0, 193| conferred for an indefinite period of time except for grave 10 1, 0, 193| conferred for a definite period of time before this time 11 1, 0, 195| provided for a suitable period, unless other provision 12 1, 0, 202| a day is understood as a period consisting of 24 continuous 13 1, 0, 202| expressly made; a week is a period of 7 days; a month is a 14 1, 0, 202| of 7 days; a month is a period of 30 days, and a year is 15 1, 0, 202| 30 days, and a year is a period of 365 days unless a month 16 2, 1, 283| their diocese for a notable period of time, to be determined 17 2, 2, 414| temporarily and only for the period in which the see is impeded 18 2, 2, 492| but at the end of this period they can be appointed for 19 2, 2, 494| terms at the end of this period. The finance officer is 20 2, 2, 513| council is constituted for a period of time according to the 21 2, 2, 522| appointed for an indefinite period of time. The diocesan bishop 22 2, 2, 522| him only for a specific period if the conference of bishops 23 2, 2, 538| appointed for a definite period according to the prescripts 24 2, 2, 554| appointed for a certain period of time determined by particular 25 2, 3, 607| renewed, however, when the period of time has elapsed, and 26 2, 3, 624| certain and appropriate period of time according to the 27 2, 3, 639| legitimate amortization within a period that is not too long.~ 28 2, 3, 647| to reside for a certain period of time in another house 29 2, 3, 648| novices, in addition to the period mentioned in §1, the constitutions 30 2, 3, 655| profession is to be made for a period defined in proper law; it 31 2, 3, 657| Can. 657 §1. When the period for which profession was 32 2, 3, 657| superior can extend the period of temporary profession 33 2, 3, 657| such a way that the total period in which the member is bound 34 2, 3, 663| observe faithfully an annual period of sacred retreat.~ 35 2, 3, 667| it for a truly necessary period of time.~ 36 2, 3, 689| subsequent profession when the period of temporary profession 37 2, 3, 689| becomes insane during the period of temporary vows, even 38 2, 3, 719| scripture, to observe an annual period of spiritual retreat, and 39 2, 3, 723| Can. 723 §1. When the period of initial probation has 40 2, 3, 723| five years.~§3. When the period of this incorporation has 41 2, 3, 726| Can. 726 §1. When the period of temporary incorporation 42 3, 0, 777| imparted for an appropriate period of time children are prepared 43 3, 0, 788| Can. 788 §1. When the period of the precatechumenate 44 4, 1, 942| held for an appropriate period of time, even if not continuous, 45 4, 1, 961| properly within a suitable period of time in such a way that 46 4, 1, 962| confess within a suitable period of time each grave sin which 47 4, 1, 972| indefinite or a definite period of time.~ 48 4, 1, 1025| candidate, having completed the period of probation according to 49 4, 1, 1035| exercised them for a suitable period of time.~§2. There is to 50 4, 1, 1145| grant the other spouse a period of time to respond if the 51 4, 1, 1145| negative response if the period passes without effect.~§ 52 5, 0, 1269| actions are prescribed by a period of a hundred years; if they 53 5, 0, 1269| they are prescribed by a period of thirty years.~ 54 6, 1, 1361| has established another period for prescription.~§2. Prescription 55 7, 2, 1519| so within the brief time period established by the judge.~ 56 7, 2, 1552| presented within the time period set by the judge; otherwise, 57 7, 2, 1596| with a brief and peremptory period of time assigned to the 58 7, 2, 1596| has reached the probatory period.~ 59 7, 2, 1601| to determine a suitable period of time to present defense 60 7, 2, 1603| responses within the brief time period established by the judge.~§ 61 7, 2, 1610| the judges set a longer period for a grave reason.~ 62 7, 2, 1630| sentence within the peremptory period of fifteen useful days from 63 7, 2, 1633| has established a longer period for a party to pursue it.~ 64 7, 2, 1637| grounds within the peremptory period of fifteen days from the 65 7, 5, 1734| made within the peremptory period of ten useful days from 66 7, 5, 1751| a set time.~§2. If this period of time has passed without


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