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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
nature
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | pass on to consider the nature of the work which preceded 2 Intr | arises concerning the very nature of the Code of Canon Law.~ 3 Intr | fully corresponds to the nature of the Church, especially 4 Intr | insofar as it can by its very nature.~From this, certain fundamental 5 Intr | Finally, by their very nature canonical laws are to be 6 Intr | canon law flows from the nature of the Church, that it is 7 Intr | new Code, which the social nature of the Church requires, 8 1, 0, 8| immediately from the very nature of the matter, or the law 9 1, 0, 48| the norms of law. Of their nature, these decisions or provisions 10 1, 0, 59| executive authority; of its very nature, a rescript grants a privilege, 11 1, 0, 113| which correspond to their nature.~ 12 1, 0, 120| person is perpetual by its nature; nevertheless, it is extinguished 13 1, 0, 136| Can. 136 Unless the nature of the matter or a prescript 14 2, 1, 281| taking into account the nature of their function and the 15 2, 1, 301| whose pursuit is of its nature reserved to the same ecclesiastical 16 2, 1, 322| does not change the private nature of the association.~ 17 2, 2, 361| otherwise apparent from the nature of the matter or the context 18 2, 2, 375| and governing; by their nature, however, these can only 19 2, 2, 381| otherwise apparent from the nature of the matter or from a 20 2, 2, 403| circumstances, even of a personal nature, an auxiliary bishop provided 21 2, 2, 427| which are excepted by their nature or by the law itself.~§2. 22 2, 2, 487| documents which by their nature are public and which pertain 23 2, 3, 578| the founders regarding the nature, purpose, spirit, and character 24 2, 3, 588| Can. 588 §1. By its very nature, the state of consecrated 25 2, 3, 588| Church, has by virtue of its nature, character, and purpose 26 2, 3, 606| context of the wording or the nature of the matter.~ ~ 27 2, 3, 624| of time according to the nature and need of the institute, 28 2, 3, 632| what pertains to their nature, authority, composition, 29 2, 3, 668| or her goods due to the nature of the institute is to make 30 2, 3, 668| her goods fully due to the nature of the institute loses the 31 2, 3, 675| action belongs to the very nature of institutes dedicated 32 2, 3, 732| prejudice, however, to the nature of each society; moreover, 33 2, 3, 734| observed according to the nature of each society.~ 34 2, 3, 739| otherwise evident from the nature of the thing or the context.~ 35 3, 0, 781| the whole Church is by its nature missionary and the work 36 4, 0, 837| liturgical actions by their nature entail a common celebration, 37 4, 1, 1055| which is ordered by its nature to the good of the spouses 38 4, 1, 1061| marriage is ordered by its nature and by which the spouses 39 4, 1, 1084| nullifies marriage by its very nature.~§2. If the impediment of 40 4, 1, 1095| for causes of a psychic nature.~ 41 4, 1, 1098| partner which by its very nature can gravely disturb the 42 4, 1, 1134| spouses a bond which by its nature is perpetual and exclusive. 43 4, 2, 1192| mixed if it shares the nature of a personal and a real 44 4, 2, 1193| Can. 1193 By its nature a vow obliges only the person 45 4, 2, 1201| promissory oath follows the nature and conditions of the act 46 5, 0, 1257| from the context or the nature of the matter.~ ~ 47 6, 1, 1327| or omissions are by their nature conducive to the execution 48 6, 1, 1328| the penalty is of such a nature that it can affect them; 49 7, 1, 1402| these causes by the very nature of the matter.~ ~ 50 7, 1, 1430| clearly necessary from the nature of the matter.~§2. If the 51 7, 1, 1455| 1609, §4.~§3. Whenever the nature of the case or the proofs 52 7, 1, 1466| taken into consideration the nature of each act.~ 53 7, 1, 1492| is perpetual by its very nature.~ 54 7, 1, 1500| be observed regarding the nature and force of a possessory 55 7, 2 | Art. 1.~THE NATURE AND TRUSTWORTHINESS OF DOCUMENTS~ 56 7, 2, 1574| fact or to discern the true nature of some matter.~ 57 7, 2, 1651| according to the particular nature of the cases.~ 58 7, 3, 1691| must be applied unless the nature of the matter precludes 59 7, 3, 1710| to be observed unless the nature of the matter precludes 60 7, 4, 1728| this title and unless the nature of the matter precludes


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