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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
association
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 120| is extinguished if the association is dissolved according to 2 2, 1, 245| relationships of friendship and of association cultivated with others, 3 2, 1, 299| associations.~§3. No private association of the Christian faithful 4 2, 1, 300| Can. 300 No association is to assume the name Catholic 5 2, 1, 304| social objective of the association, its seat, government, and 6 2, 1, 306| rights and privileges of an association and the indulgences and 7 2, 1, 306| favors granted to the same association, it is necessary and sufficient 8 2, 1, 306| the proper statutes of the association.~ 9 2, 1, 307| and the statutes of each association.~§2. The same person can 10 2, 1, 308| to be dismissed from an association except for a just cause 11 2, 1, 309| particular norms respecting the association itself, to hold meetings, 12 2, 1, 310| Can. 310 A private association which has not been established 13 2, 1, 312| the valid erection of an association or section of an association 14 2, 1, 312| association or section of an association in a diocese even if it 15 2, 1, 312| church attached to it of an association which is proper to that 16 2, 1, 313| 312 erects it, a public association and even a confederation 17 2, 1, 314| statutes of each public association and their revision or change 18 2, 1, 314| authority competent to erect the association according to the norm of 19 2, 1, 316| to be dismissed from the association, with due regard for its 20 2, 1, 317| the moderator of a public association elected by the public association 21 2, 1, 317| association elected by the public association itself, install the one 22 2, 1, 317| the major officials of the association, when it is expedient.~§ 23 2, 1, 318| trustee who is to direct the association for a time in its name.~§ 24 2, 1, 318| the moderator of a public association can remove the moderator 25 2, 1, 318| the major officials of the association according to the norm of 26 2, 1, 319| legitimately erected public association administers the goods which 27 2, 1, 320| not to suppress a public association unless the authority has 28 2, 1, 322| Can. 322 §1. A private association of the Christian faithful 29 2, 1, 322| can. 312.~§2. No private association of the Christian faithful 30 2, 1, 322| the private nature of the association.~ 31 2, 1, 324| Can. 324 §1. A private association of the Christian faithful 32 2, 1, 324| statutes.~§2. A private association of the Christian faithful 33 2, 1, 325| Can. 325 §1. A private association of the Christian faithful 34 2, 1, 325| for the purposes of the association.~§2. A private association 35 2, 1, 325| association.~§2. A private association is subject to the authority 36 2, 1, 326| Can. 326 §1. A private association of the Christian faithful 37 2, 1, 326| allocation of the goods of an association which has ceased to exist 38 2, 1, 329| that the members of the association are duly formed to exercise 39 2, 3, 614| spiritual good can come from the association.~ 40 5, 0, 1273| even through an appropriate association established for various 41 6, 2, 1373| 1374 A person who joins an association which plots against the 42 6, 2, 1373| who promotes or directs an association of this kind is to be punished


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