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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
transfer
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 174| unanimous and written consent, transfer the right to elect on that 2 1, 0, 184| law, by resignation, by transfer, by removal, and by privation.~§ 3 1, 0 | Art. 2.~TRANSFER~ 4 1, 0, 190| Can. 190 §1. A transfer can be made only by a person 5 1, 0, 190| which is conferred.~§2. If a transfer is made when the officeholder 6 1, 0, 190| arguments.~§3. To take effect a transfer must be communicated in 7 1, 0, 191| Can. 191 §1. In a transfer, the prior office becomes 8 2, 2, 338| personally or through others, transfer, suspend, or dissolve a 9 2, 2, 350| the presbyteral order can transfer to another title, and cardinals 10 2, 2, 362| right to appoint, send, transfer, and recall his own legates 11 2, 2, 416| accepted by the Roman Pontiff, transfer, or privation made known 12 2, 2, 418| Upon certain notice of transfer, a bishop must claim the 13 2, 2, 418| Upon certain notice of transfer until the canonical possession 14 2, 2, 441| duration of a plenary council, transfer, extend, and dissolve it.~ 15 2, 2, 442| the provincial council, transfer, extend, and dissolve it.~§ 16 2, 2, 538| from office by removal or transfer carried out by the diocesan 17 2, 3, 647| Can. 647 §1. The erection, transfer, and suppression of a novitiate 18 2, 3 | Art. 1.~TRANSFER TO ANOTHER INSTITUTE~ 19 2, 3, 684| in perpetual vows cannot transfer from one religious institute 20 2, 3, 684| 3. For a religious to transfer from an autonomous monastery 21 2, 3, 684| new institute.~§5. For a transfer to be made to a secular 22 2, 3, 730| of a secular institute to transfer to another secular institute, 23 2, 3, 730| observed; moreover, for transfer to be made to a religious 24 2, 3, 744| definitively incorporated member to transfer to another society of apostolic 25 2, 3, 744| in the new society.~§2. Transfer to an institute of consecrated 26 4, 1, 951| offering for only one Mass and transfer the others to the purposes 27 4, 1, 955| above suspicion.~He must transfer the entire offering received 28 4, 3, 1244| authority to establish, transfer, and suppress feast days 29 4, 3, 1246| holy days of obligation or transfer them to a Sunday.~ 30 5, 0, 1308| 1308 also have the power to transfer, for an appropriate cause, 31 6, 1, 1335| pain of nullity;~4/ a penal transfer to another office;~5/ dismissal 32 7, 5 | RECOURSE AND IN THE REMOVAL OR TRANSFER OF PASTORS ~ 33 7, 5 | PROCEDURE IN THE REMOVAL OR TRANSFER OF PASTORS (Cann. 1740 - 34 7, 5 | MANNER OF PROCEEDING IN THE TRANSFER OF PASTORS~ 35 7, 5, 1748| bishop is to propose the transfer to him in writing and persuade 36 7, 5, 1750| which favor or oppose the transfer with two pastors selected 37 7, 5, 1750| decides to implement the transfer, however, he is to repeat 38 7, 5, 1751| the bishop thinks that the transfer must be made, he is to issue 39 7, 5, 1751| is to issue a decree of transfer, establishing that the parish 40 7, 5, 1752| Can. 1752 In cases of transfer the prescripts of can. 1747


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