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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
considered
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | If we ask why John XXIII considered it necessary to reform the 2 Intr | the council, it should be considered as the fruit of a collegial 3 Intr | questions and opinions were considered until a text of canons was 4 Intr | general ones on the schemata considered as a whole or particular 5 Intr | Every animadversion was considered with the utmost care and 6 1, 0, 5| contrary customs are also considered suppressed unless the Code 7 1, 0, 10| Only those laws must be considered invalidating or disqualifying 8 1, 0, 17| proper meaning of the words considered in their text and context. 9 1, 0, 39| an administrative act are considered added for validity only 10 1, 0, 55| a decree, the decree is considered to have been made known 11 1, 0, 56| Can. 56 A decree is considered to have been made known 12 1, 0, 97| called an infant and is considered not responsible for oneself ( 13 1, 0, 99| lacks the use of reason is considered not responsible for oneself ( 14 1, 0, 110| the norm of civil law are considered the children of the person 15 1, 0, 114| purpose and, all things considered, possess the means which 16 1, 0, 119| who is senior in age is considered elected;~2/ if it concerns 17 1, 0, 125| to resist in any way, is considered as never to have taken place.~§ 18 1, 0, 133| determined in the mandate is not considered to exceed the limits of 19 1, 0, 172| before the election are to be considered as not having been added.~ 20 1, 0, 174| law, however, are to be considered as not having been attached.~ 21 1, 0, 176| norm of can. 119, n. 1 is considered elected and is to be announced 22 2, 2, 352| the other cardinals but is considered as first among equals.~§ 23 2, 2, 538| or defer it after he has considered all the circumstances of 24 2, 2, 554| judged suitable, after he has considered the circumstances of place 25 2, 3, 687| exclaustrated member is considered freed from the obligations 26 2, 3, 691| for the gravest of causes considered before the Lord. The religious 27 2, 3, 727| Can. 727 §1. After having considered the matter seriously before 28 4, 1, 961| Sufficient necessity is not considered to exist when confessors 29 4, 1, 1025| it is required that he is considered in the judgment of the same 30 4, 1, 1029| major superior, all things considered, have integral faith, are 31 4, 1, 1062| of bishops, after it has considered any existing customs and 32 4, 1, 1074| in the external forum is considered to be public; otherwise 33 4, 1, 1079| the local ordinary is not considered accessible if he can be 34 4, 1, 1143| The non-baptized party is considered to depart if he or she does 35 4, 1, 1145| his or her silence will be considered a negative response if the 36 5, 0, 1276| define which acts are to be considered of extraordinary administration.~ 37 5, 0, 1295| authority, after having considered everything thoroughly, to 38 5, 0, 1300| and testaments are to be considered non-existent.~ 39 6, 1, 1318| unless the matter has been considered thoroughly and those things 40 6, 1, 1321| lack the use of reason are considered to be incapable of a delict, 41 6, 1, 1324| affected ignorance can never be considered in applying the prescripts 42 6, 1, 1324| disturbances of mind cannot be considered if they are sought deliberately 43 6, 1, 1329| or knowledge must not be considered completed if no one perceives 44 6, 1, 1346| promised to do so must be considered to have withdrawn from contumacy.~ 45 7, 1, 1405| the acts and decisions are considered as not to have been placed.~§ 46 7, 2, 1506| then the libellus is to be considered as accepted.~ 47 7, 2, 1507| 2. If the libellus is considered as accepted according to 48 7, 2, 1510| prevents its delivery is considered to be legitimately cited.~ 49 7, 2, 1514| heard and their arguments considered.~ 50 7, 2, 1550| expedient.~§2. The following are considered incapable:~1/ the parties 51 7, 2, 1552| otherwise, the request is to be considered as abandoned.~ 52 7, 2, 1589| that the question will be considered when the principal case 53 7, 2, 1603| grant made to one party is considered as given to the other also.~§ 54 7, 2, 1635| appellate judge, the appeal is considered abandoned.~ 55 7, 2, 1637| of them, the challenge is considered to be made by all of them 56 7, 2, 1645| Injustice, however, is not considered to be established clearly 57 7, 3, 1707| the other spouse is not considered free from the bond of marriage


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