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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
penalties
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | renounce penal law. However, penalties are generally to be ferendae 2 Intr | forum. Latae sententiae penalties are to be reduced to a few 3 1, 0, 36| threatening or inflicting penalties, restrict the rights of 4 2, 1, 221| punished with canonical penalties except according to the 5 6, 1 | PART I.~DELICTS AND PENALTIES IN GENERAL~ 6 6, 1, 1311| the Church:~1/ medicinal penalties, or censures, which are 7 6, 1, 1311| 1331-1333;~2/ expiatory penalties mentioned in can. 1336.~§ 8 6, 1, 1311| establish other expiatory penalties which deprive a member of 9 6, 1, 1314| Particular law also can add other penalties to those established by 10 6, 1, 1316| Can. 1317 Penalties are to be established only 11 6, 1, 1317| threaten latae sententiae penalties except possibly for certain 12 6, 1, 1317| effectively by ferendae sententiae penalties; he is not, however, to 13 6, 1, 1318| also threaten determinate penalties by precept, except perpetual 14 6, 1, 1318| except perpetual expiatory penalties.~§2. A penal precept is 15 6, 1, 1319| can coerce religious with penalties in all those matters in 16 6, 1, 1328| If ferendae sententiae penalties are established for the 17 6, 1, 1328| are subject to the same penalties or to others of the same 18 6, 1, 1328| punished by ferendae sententiae penalties.~ 19 6, 1 | TITLE IV.~PENALTIES AND OTHER PUNISHMENTS (Cann. 20 6, 1 | CHAPTER II.~EXPIATORY PENALTIES~ 21 6, 1, 1335| 1. In addition to other penalties which the law may have established, 22 6, 1, 1335| following are expiatory penalties which can affect an offender 23 6, 1, 1335| 2. Only those expiatory penalties listed in §1, n. 3 can be 24 6, 1 | TITLE V.~THE APPLICATION OF PENALTIES (Cann. 1341 - 1353)~ 25 6, 1, 1340| process to impose or declare penalties only after he has ascertained 26 6, 1, 1341| whatsoever.~§2. Perpetual penalties cannot be imposed or declared 27 6, 1, 1341| declared by decree, nor can penalties be so applied when the law 28 6, 1, 1345| the judge to moderate the penalties within equitable limits 29 6, 1, 1345| the feren dae sententiae penalties appears excessive.~ 30 6, 1, 1348| is not to impose graver penalties, especially censures, unless 31 6, 1, 1348| however, impose perpetual penalties.~ 32 6, 1, 1349| the clerical state, when penalties are imposed on a cleric, 33 6, 1 | TITLE VI.~THE CESSATION OF PENALTIES (Cann. 1354 - 1363)~ 34 6, 1, 1358| Can. 1359 If several penalties bind a person, a remission 35 6, 1, 1358| remission is valid only for the penalties expressed in it; a general 36 6, 1, 1358| however, takes away all penalties except those which the offender 37 6, 2 | PART II.~PENALTIES FOR INDIVIDUAL DELICTS~ 38 6, 2, 1363| can be punished with the penalties mentioned in can. 1336, § 39 6, 2, 1363| scandal demands it, other penalties can be added, including 40 6, 2, 1372| interdict or other just penalties.~ 41 6, 2, 1377| cases mentioned in §2, other penalties, not excluding excommunication, 42 6, 2, 1394| delict after a warning, other penalties can gradually be added, 43 6, 2, 1394| to be punished with just penalties, not excluding dismissal 44 6, 2, 1396| is to be punished by the penalties established there.~ 45 7, 1, 1400| imposition of ecclesiastical penalties.~ 46 7, 1, 1457| can punish with fitting penalties, not excluding privation 47 7, 1, 1470| process.~§2. With appropriate penalties, the judge can call to task 48 7, 1, 1489| a fine or other suitable penalties.~


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