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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
grant
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | the Latin Church.~May God grant that joy and peace with 2 Intr | May our most gracious God grant this through the intercession 3 1, 0, 30| stated in the act of the grant have been observed.~ 4 1, 0, 65| the ordinary is not to grant the favor unless he has 5 1, 0, 70| conscience of the executor to grant or deny the favor.~ 6 1, 0, 87| Holy See is accustomed to grant under the same circumstances, 7 1, 0, 114| prescript of law or by special grant of competent authority given 8 1, 0, 132| Nevertheless, unless the grant expressly provides otherwise 9 1, 0, 137| subdelegated except by express grant of the one delegating.~§ 10 1, 0, 142| of the time limit of the grant is valid.~ 11 1, 0, 182| to whom it pertains to grant the dispensation from the 12 1, 0, 182| the authority competent to grant the dispensation.~§2. If 13 2, 1, 230| these ministries does not grant them the right to obtain 14 2, 1, 266| institute itself by virtue of a grant of the Apostolic See.~ 15 2, 1, 271| 2. A diocesan bishop can grant permission for his clerics 16 2, 1, 272| diocesan administrator cannot grant excardination or incardination 17 2, 1, 289| and agreements or customs grant in their favor unless their 18 2, 3, 595| 2. A diocesan bishop can grant dispensations from the constitutions 19 2, 3, 647| and as an exception, by grant of the supreme moderator 20 2, 3, 672| proper major superior can grant the permission mentioned 21 2, 3, 684| institute to another except by a grant of the supreme moderator 22 2, 3, 686| moderator for a grave cause can grant an indult of exclaustration 23 2, 3, 686| To extend an indult or to grant it for more than three years 24 2, 3, 686| for the Apostolic See to grant an indult of exclaustration 25 2, 3, 691| assignment is situated can also grant it.~ 26 2, 3, 744| consent of the council to grant permission for a definitively 27 2, 3, 745| consent of the council can grant an indult to live outside 28 3, 0, 830| prudent judgment, is to grant permission for publication 29 3, 0, 830| expressed. If he does not grant permission, the ordinary 30 4, 1, 882| universal law or the special grant of the competent authority 31 4, 1, 884| necessity requires it, he can grant the faculty to one or more 32 4, 1, 884| of the law or the special grant of the competent authority 33 4, 1, 966| by the law itself or by a grant made by the competent authority 34 4, 1, 967| office or by virtue of the grant of an ordinary of the place 35 4, 1, 967| confessions by reason of office or grant of a competent superior 36 4, 1, 971| local ordinary is not to grant the faculty of hearing confessions 37 4, 1, 972| mentioned in can. 969 can grant the faculty to hear confessions 38 4, 1, 996| according to the tenor of the grant.~ 39 4, 1, 1018| apostolic pro-prefect are not to grant dimissorial letters to those 40 4, 1, 1019| pontifical right is competent to grant dimissorial letters for 41 4, 1, 1071| local ordinary is not to grant permission to assist at 42 4, 1, 1125| 1125 The local ordinary can grant a permission of this kind 43 4, 1, 1125| reasonable cause. He is not to grant it unless the following 44 4, 1, 1145| party.~This ordinary must grant the other spouse a period 45 4, 1, 1165| 1. The Apostolic See can grant a radical sanation.~§2. 46 4, 1, 1165| The diocesan bishop can grant a radical sanation in individual 47 4, 1, 1165| been ful-filled. He cannot grant one, however, if there is 48 4, 2, 1169| permitted by law or legitimate grant can perform consecrations 49 4, 3, 1224| The ordinary is not to grant the permission required 50 4, 3, 1245| diocesan bishop, a pastor can grant in individual cases a dispensation 51 4, 3, 1245| a day of penance or can grant a commutation of the obligation 52 5, 0, 1303| is required. He is not to grant this permission before he 53 7, 1, 1464| for judicial expenses or a grant of gratuitous legal assistance 54 7, 2, 1603| cause; then, however, the grant made to one party is considered 55 7, 2, 1649| for the witnesses;~3/ the grant of gratuitous legal assistance 56 7, 3, 1692| special circumstances, can grant permission to approach the 57 7, 3, 1698| existence of a just cause to grant a dispensation.~§2. Only


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