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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
elected
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 119| senior in age is considered elected;~2/ if it concerns other 2 1, 0, 147| and acceptance by the one elected if the election does not 3 1, 0, 171| vote subtracted, the one elected did not receive the required 4 1, 0, 176| 119, n. 1 is considered elected and is to be announced as 5 1, 0, 177| immediately to the person elected who must inform the one 6 1, 0, 177| no effect.~§2. If the one elected has not accepted, the person 7 1, 0, 177| subsequent acceptance but can be elected again. A college or group, 8 1, 0, 178| Can. 178 The person elected who has accepted an election 9 1, 0, 179| confirmation, the person elected must personally or through 10 1, 0, 179| confirmation if the person elected has been found suitable 11 1, 0, 179| confirmation, the person elected is not permitted to become 12 1, 0, 179| the confirmation, the one elected obtains the office in full 13 2, 1, 317| of a public association elected by the public association 14 2, 2, 332| consecration. Therefore, a person elected to the supreme pontificate 15 2, 2, 332| acceptance. If the person elected lacks episcopal character, 16 2, 2, 344| election of members who must be elected according to the norm of 17 2, 2, 346| greater part are bishops elected for each session by the 18 2, 2, 346| clerical religious institutes elected according to the norm of 19 2, 2, 346| clerical religious institutes elected according to the norm of 20 2, 2, 348| bishops, some of whom are elected by the synod of bishops 21 2, 2, 352| submit the name of the person elected to the Roman Pontiff who 22 2, 2, 352| 3. The assistant dean is elected in the same manner as that 23 2, 2, 355| ordain as a bishop the one elected as Roman Pontiff if he needs 24 2, 2, 355| announces the name of the newly elected Supreme Pontiff to the people; 25 2, 2, 377| confirms those legitimately elected.~§2. At least every three 26 2, 2, 421| administrator has not been elected legitimately within the 27 2, 2, 422| soon as possible. The one elected as diocesan administrator 28 2, 2, 423| of the diocese has been elected as administrator, the Finance 29 2, 2, 424| diocesan administrator is to be elected according to the norm of 30 2, 2, 425| and has not already been elected, appointed, or presented 31 2, 2, 425| doctrine and prudence is to be elected as diocesan administrator.~§ 32 2, 2, 425| acts of the one who was elected contrary to the prescripts 33 2, 2, 430| diocesan administrator is to be elected according to the norm of 34 2, 2, 442| impeded, a suffragan bishop elected by the other sufuffagan 35 2, 2, 443| these superiors are to be elected respectively by all the 36 2, 2, 443| rectors of major seminaries elected by the rectors of the seminaries 37 2, 2, 509| bishop to confirm the person elected by the chapter to preside 38 2, 2, 525| legitimately presented or elected for a parish;~2/ to appoint 39 2, 2, 563| office, even if he had been elected or presented by others.~ ~ 40 2, 2, 565| presented or to confirm the one elected.~ 41 2, 3, 623| members to be appointed or elected validly to the function 42 2, 3, 625| a way that, if they are elected, they need the confirmation 43 6, 2, 1374| intimidate an elector, one elected, or one who exercises ecclesiastical


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