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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | decision to reform the Code was taken together with two other 2 Intr | care has therefore been taken to ensure that in the lengthy 3 Intr | Pontiffs as well as other norms taken from lesser sources. In 4 Intr | rather recourse is to be taken to exhortations and persuasions 5 Intr | the subsequent steps to be taken in continuing the work. 6 1, 0, 119| ballots, a vote is to be taken on the two candidates who 7 1, 0, 122| needs of each have been taken into account;~2/ that the 8 1, 0, 125| considered as never to have taken place.~§2. An act placed 9 1, 0, 175| group before any action was taken;~2/ if some condition attached 10 1, 0, 184| Loss of an office which has taken effect is to be made known 11 1, 0, 189| resigning as long as it has not taken effect; once it has taken 12 1, 0, 189| taken effect; once it has taken effect it cannot be revoked, 13 1, 0, 191| office until the person has taken canonical possession of 14 1, 0, 202| and a year are said to be taken as they are in the calendar.~§ 15 1, 0, 202| and a year must always be taken as they are in the calendar.~ 16 2, 1, 253| Holy See.~§2. Care is to be taken that diVerent teachers are 17 2, 2, 357| patronage after they have taken possession of them.~Nevertheless, 18 2, 2, 382| entrusted to him before he has taken canonical possession of 19 2, 2, 388| the diocesan bishop has taken possession of the diocese, 20 2, 2, 409| that he has legitimately taken possession of it.~§2. When 21 2, 2, 409| filled until a new bishop has taken possession of the see. If 22 2, 2, 420| the vicar or prefect has taken possession of the vicariate 23 2, 2, 430| when the new bishop has taken possession of the diocese.~§ 24 2, 2, 484| faithfully in writing what has taken place and to sign it with 25 2, 2, 507| prevailing in the region has been taken into consideration.~§2. 26 2, 2, 527| possession of a parish must be taken. When this has elapsed without 27 2, 2, 534| 534 §1. After a pastor has taken possession of his parish, 28 2, 3, 595| which the Apostolic See has taken in hand, and also to treat 29 3, 0, 764| ordinary has restricted or taken away the faculty or particular 30 3, 0, 786| groups where it has not yet taken root especially by sending 31 4, 1, 874| with the function to be taken on;~4/ not be bound by any 32 4, 1, 1053| After an ordination has taken place, the names of those 33 4, 1, 1154| separation of the spouses has taken place, the adequate support 34 4, 2, 1199| to the truth, cannot be taken unless in truth, in judgment, 35 4, 2, 1199| require or permit cannot be taken validly through a proxy.~ 36 4, 2, 1202| which the oath may have been taken ceases;~4/ by dispensation 37 4, 3, 1216| advice of experts has been taken into account.~ 38 6, 1, 1360| otherwise.~§3. Care is to be taken that the petition of remission 39 7, 1, 1447| Can. 1447 A person who has taken part in a case as a judge, 40 7, 1, 1466| define them after having taken into consideration the nature 41 7, 1, 1474| tribunal, with due precautions taken that the translation is 42 7, 2, 1518| virtue of which action is taken:~1/ if the case has not 43 7, 2, 1568| of whether the oath was taken, excused, or refused, of 44 7, 4, 1717| superfluous.~§2. Care must be taken so that the good name of


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