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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
constitutions
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | with reference to the two constitutions, the dogmatic constitution 2 Intr | any contrary ordinances, constitutions, privileges (even worthy 3 2, 1, 266| the case of societies, the constitutions establish otherwise.~§3. 4 2, 3, 581| according to the norm of the constitutions.~ 5 2, 3, 587| the fundamental code or constitutions of every institute must 6 2, 3, 595| principal seat to approve the constitutions and confirm changes legitimately 7 2, 3, 595| grant dispensations from the constitutions in particular cases.~ 8 2, 3, 596| in universal law and the constitutions.~§2. In clerical religious 9 2, 3, 598| purposes, is to define in its constitutions the manner in which the 10 2, 3, 601| according to the proper constitutions.~ 11 2, 3, 609| competent according to the constitutions, with the previous written 12 2, 3, 613| is autonomous unless the constitutions state otherwise.~§2. The 13 2, 3, 614| governance according to the constitutions. Mutual rights and obligations 14 2, 3, 615| monastery as determined by the constitutions is entrusted to the special 15 2, 3, 616| according to the norm of the constitutions, after the diocesan bishop 16 2, 3, 616| general chapter, unless the constitutions state otherwise.~§4. To 17 2, 3, 616| to the prescripts of the constitutions concerning its goods.~ 18 2, 3, 623| major superiors, by the constitutions.~ 19 2, 3, 624| the institute, unless the constitutions determine otherwise for 20 2, 3, 625| according to the norm of the constitutions.~§2. The bishop of the principal 21 2, 3, 625| according to the norm of the constitutions, but in such a way that, 22 2, 3, 627| According to the norm of the constitutions, superiors are to have their 23 2, 3, 631| according to the norm of the constitutions, is to be composed in such 24 2, 3, 631| are bound to obey.~§2. The constitutions are to define the composition 25 2, 3, 634| excluded or restricted in the constitutions.~§2. Nevertheless, they 26 2, 3, 648| period mentioned in §1, the constitutions can establish one or more 27 2, 3, 662| gospel and expressed in the constitutions of their own institute.~ 28 2, 3, 667| character and defined in the constitutions.~§4. For a just cause, a 29 2, 3, 668| they prefer and, unless the constitutions state otherwise, are to 30 2, 3, 670| according to the norm of the constitutions.~ 31 2, 3, 712| prescripts of cann. 598-601, the constitutions are to establish the sacred 32 2, 3, 714| according to the norm of the constitutions, whether alone, or in their 33 2, 3, 717| Can. 717 §1. The constitutions are to prescribe the proper 34 2, 3, 720| according to the norm of the constitutions.~ 35 2, 3, 721| continues to exist.~§2. The constitutions can establish other impediments 36 2, 3, 722| of the institute.~§3. The constitutions are to define the manner 37 2, 3, 723| according to the norm of the constitutions; it is not to be less than 38 2, 3, 723| effects established in the constitutions.~ 39 2, 3, 724| interruption according to the constitutions.~§2. Members are to be formed 40 2, 3, 725| some bond determined in the constitutions other members of the Christian 41 2, 3, 727| as it is defined in the constitutions.~§2. If it concerns a cleric 42 2, 3, 729| 694 and 695; moreover, the constitutions are to determine other causes 43 2, 3, 731| through the observance of the constitutions.~§2. Among these are societies 44 2, 3, 731| some bond defined in the constitutions.~ 45 2, 3, 734| Can. 734 The constitutions determine the governance 46 2, 3, 736| society itself unless the constitutions establish otherwise.~§2. 47 2, 3, 737| and rights defined in the constitutions and on the part of the society 48 2, 3, 737| vocation according to the constitutions.~ 49 2, 3, 738| according to the norm of the constitutions in those matters which regard 50 2, 3, 738| to cann. 679-683.~§3. The constitutions or particular agreements 51 2, 3, 739| subject according to the constitutions, they are bound by the common 52 2, 3, 741| Societies and, unless the constitutions determine otherwise, their 53 2, 3, 742| Can. 742 The constitutions of each society govern the 54 2, 3, 743| Holy See according to the constitutions; with the indult, the rights 55 3, 0, 754| are obliged to observe the constitutions and decrees which the legitimate 56 3, 0, 765| according to the norm of the constitutions.~ 57 3, 0, 832| according to the norm of the constitutions in order to publish writings 58 3, 0, 833| according to the norm of the constitutions.~ 59 4, 1, 968| according to the norm of their constitutions, possess the faculty of 60 4, 1, 1019| society according to their constitutions.~§2. The law for secular 61 4, 2, 1174| according to the norm of their constitutions.~§2. Other members of the 62 6, 1, 1336| within the limits of the constitutions, religious.~§2. To impose 63 7, 1, 1426| provincial superior unless the constitutions provide otherwise; if it 64 7, 1, 1426| different prescript of the constitutions, if a contentious matter


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