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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
possesses
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 30| Can. 30 A person who possesses only executive power is 2 1, 0, 35| can be issued by one who possesses executive power within the 3 1, 0, 91| outside his territory, one who possesses the power to dispense is 4 1, 0, 121| is constituted which also possesses juridic personality, this 5 1, 0, 122| aggregate (universitas) which possesses public juridic personality 6 1, 0, 135| below the supreme authority possesses in the Church cannot be 7 1, 0, 160| 160 §1. The person who possesses the right of presentation 8 2, 1, 220| reputation which a person possesses nor to injure the right 9 2, 1, 319| administers the goods which it possesses according to the norm of 10 2, 1, 325| administers those goods it possesses according to the prescripts 11 2, 2, 331| virtue of his office he possesses supreme, full, immediate, 12 2, 2, 333| the Roman Pontiff not only possesses power offer the universal 13 2, 2, 351| bound by the same duties and possesses the same rights; he possesses 14 2, 2, 351| possesses the same rights; he possesses the right of precedence, 15 2, 2, 352| dean nor the assistant dean possesses any power of governance 16 2, 2, 359| the college of cardinals possesses only that power in the Church 17 2, 2, 403| faculties. A coadjutor bishop possesses the right of succession.~ 18 2, 2, 414| bound by the obligations and possesses the power in the exercise 19 2, 2, 426| a diocesan administrator possesses the power which the law 20 2, 2, 427| bound by the obligations and possesses the power of a diocesan 21 2, 2, 432| ecclesiastical province possesses juridic personality by the 22 2, 2, 445| of the people of God and possesses the power of governance, 23 2, 2, 449| erected conference of bishops possesses juridic personality by the 24 2, 2, 500| The presbyteral council possesses only a consultative vote; 25 2, 2, 510| bound by all the duties and possesses the rights and faculties 26 2, 2, 514| 514 §1. A pastoral council possesses only a consultative vote. 27 2, 2, 515| legitimately erected parish possesses juridic personality by the 28 2, 2, 536| 2. A pastoral council possesses a consultative vote only 29 2, 2, 540| bound by the same duties and possesses the same rights as a pastor 30 2, 2, 550| done.~§3. A parochial vicar possesses the same right as a pastor 31 2, 2, 566| special delegation, a chaplain possesses by virtue of office the 32 2, 3, 615| the superior of the latter possesses true power over such a monastery 33 2, 3, 690| the consent of the council possesses the same faculty.~ 34 2, 3, 700| right which the dismissed possesses to make recourse to the 35 3, 0, 749| office, the Supreme Pontiff possesses infallibility in teaching 36 3, 0, 749| college of bishops also possesses infallibility in teaching 37 4, 1, 885| it.~§2. A presbyter who possesses this faculty must use it 38 4, 1, 887| Can. 887 A presbyter who possesses the faculty of administering 39 4, 1, 1015| orders personally if he possesses the episcopal character.~ 40 4, 1, 1060| Can. 1060 Marriage possesses the favor of law; therefore, 41 4, 1, 1079| danger of death a confessor possesses the power of dispensing 42 4, 1, 1150| matter the privilege of faith possesses the favor of the law.~ ~ 43 4, 3, 1227| chapel for themselves which possesses the same rights as an oratory.~ 44 5, 0, 1307| institute of pontifical right possesses the same powers mentioned 45 7, 2, 1642| 1642 §1. A res iudicata possesses the stability of law and 46 7, 3, 1711| the defender of the bond possesses the same rights and is bound


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