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Code of Canon Law


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administrator
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 2, 1, 272| Can. 272 A diocesan administrator cannot grant excardination 2 2, 1, 312| territory, but not a diocesan administrator, for diocesan associations, 3 2, 2, 371| entrusted to an apostolic administrator who governs it in the name 4 2, 2, 409| the function of diocesan administrator, he is to exercise this 5 2, 2, 409| authority of the diocesan administrator who presides offer the governance 6 2, 2, 414| diocese which a diocesan administrator has by law.~ 7 2, 2, 418| the power of a diocesan administrator and is bound by the obligations 8 2, 2, 419| designation of a diocesan administrator, the governance of a diocese 9 2, 2, 419| to designate a diocesan administrator.~ 10 2, 2, 421| consultors must elect a diocesan administrator, namely the one who is to 11 2, 2, 421| 502, §3.~§2. If a diocesan administrator has not been elected legitimately 12 2, 2, 422| one elected as diocesan administrator is to do the same concerning 13 2, 2, 423| Can. 423 §1. One diocesan administrator is to be designated; any 14 2, 2, 423| invalid.~§2. A diocesan administrator is not to be the finance 15 2, 2, 423| diocese has been elected as administrator, the Finance council is 16 2, 2, 424| Can. 424 A diocesan administrator is to be elected according 17 2, 2, 425| the function of diocesan administrator.~§2. A priest who is outstanding 18 2, 2, 425| to be elected as diocesan administrator.~§3. If the conditions previously 19 2, 2, 425| matter, is to designate an administrator in his place. The acts of 20 2, 2, 426| designation of a diocesan administrator possesses the power which 21 2, 2, 427| Can. 427 §1. A diocesan administrator is bound by the obligations 22 2, 2, 427| accepted election, the diocesan administrator obtains power and no other 23 2, 2, 429| Can. 429 A diocesan administrator is obliged to reside in 24 2, 2, 430| The function of a diocesan administrator ceases when the new bishop 25 2, 2, 430| The removal of a diocesan administrator is reserved to the Holy 26 2, 2, 430| reserved to the Holy See. If an administrator resigns, the resignation 27 2, 2, 430| acceptance.~If a diocesan administrator has been removed, resigns, 28 2, 2, 430| or dies, another diocesan administrator is to be elected according 29 2, 2, 436| to designate a diocesan administrator according to the norm of 30 2, 2, 461| bishop but of another as administrator, he can convoke one diocesan 31 2, 2, 485| bishop, but not by a diocesan administrator except with the consent 32 2, 2, 490| necessity by the diocesan administrator himself.~§3. Documents are 33 2, 2, 509| bishop, but not a diocesan administrator, to confer each and every 34 2, 2, 520| bishop, but not a diocesan administrator, can entrust a parish to 35 2, 2, 525| belongs to the diocesan administrator or another who governs the 36 2, 2, 539| as possible a parochial administrator, that is, a priest who takes 37 2, 2, 540| Can. 540 §1. A parochial administrator is bound by the same duties 38 2, 2, 540| otherwise.~§2. A parochial administrator is not permitted to do anything 39 2, 2, 540| his function, a parochial administrator is to render an account 40 2, 2, 541| appointment of a parochial administrator, the parochial vicar is 41 2, 2, 549| 3 and unless a parochial administrator has been appointed, the 42 2, 2, 552| diocesan bishop or diocesan administrator can remove a parochial vicar 43 3, 0, 833| consultors, the diocesan administrator;~5/ in the presence of the 44 4, 1, 956| Can. 956 Each and every administrator of pious causes or those 45 4, 1, 1018| can. 1016;~2/ an apostolic administrator and, with the consent of 46 4, 1, 1018| of consultors, a diocesan administrator; with the consent of the 47 4, 1, 1018| pro-prefect.~§2. A diocesan administrator, apostolic pro-vicar, and 48 5, 0, 1272| Roman Pontiff is the supreme administrator and steward of all ecclesiastical 49 5, 0, 1278| case of negligence by an administrator.~§2. In the administration 50 5, 0, 1279| statutes, are to assist the administrator in ful-filling his or her 51 7, 1, 1419| removed by the diocesan administrator; when the new bishop arrives, 52 7, 5, 1747| is to provide a parochial administrator in the meantime.~


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