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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
personal
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | factors seem to recommend personal jurisdictional units. Therefore 2 1, 0, 13| laws are not presumed to be personal but territorial unless it 3 1, 0, 13| territory or the laws are personal;~2/ by the laws of the territory 4 1, 0, 43| executor has been chosen for personal qualifications, or a substitute 5 1, 0, 44| executor was chosen for personal qualifications.~ 6 1, 0, 78| contrary is proved.~§2. A personal privilege, namely one which 7 1, 0, 132| ordinary was chosen for personal qualifications, a habitual 8 1, 0, 137| delegate was chosen for personal qualifications or subdelegation 9 1, 0, 166| however, when it must be personal, is valid if it is given 10 2, 1, 265| in a particular church or personal prelature, or in an institute 11 2, 1, 266| the particular church or personal prelature for whose service 12 2, 1 | TITLE IV.~PERSONAL PRELATURES (Cann. 294 - 13 2, 1, 294| Apostolic See can erect personal prelatures, which consist 14 2, 1, 295| the Apostolic See govern a personal prelature, and a prelate 15 2, 1, 296| the apostolic works of a personal prelature by agreements 16 2, 1, 297| define the relations of the personal prelature with the local 17 2, 2, 333| determine the manner, whether personal or collegial, of exercising 18 2, 2, 395| he is bound by the law of personal residence in the diocese.~§ 19 2, 2, 403| circumstances, even of a personal nature, an auxiliary bishop 20 2, 2, 479| provided otherwise or the personal qualifications of the diocesan 21 2, 2, 487| and which pertain to their personal status.~ 22 2, 2, 518| it is expedient, however, personal parishes are to be established 23 2, 3, 619| institute; they are to meet the personal needs of the members appropriately, 24 2, 3, 668| religious acquires through personal effort or by reason of the 25 2, 3, 691| transmit it along with a personal opinion and the opinion 26 4, 1, 865| urged to have sorrow for personal sins.~§2. An adult in danger 27 4, 1, 1063| spouses and parents;~2/ personal preparation to enter marriage, 28 4, 1, 1110| 1110 By virtue of office, a personal ordinary and a personal 29 4, 1, 1110| personal ordinary and a personal pastor assist validly only 30 4, 2, 1192| is simple.~§3. A vow is personal if the person making the 31 4, 2, 1192| it shares the nature of a personal and a real vow.~ 32 5, 0, 1269| precious movable objects, and personal or real rights and actions 33 5, 0, 1295| type of action, namely, personal or real, is to be instituted 34 7, 2, 1505| does not lack legitimate personal standing in the trial, he 35 7, 2, 1505| petitioner lacks legitimate personal standing in the trial;~3/ 36 7, 2, 1572| the testimony derives from personal knowledge, especially from 37 7, 2, 1593| detained and there was no personal fault in its not being made 38 7, 2, 1655| is a res iudicata.~§2. In personal actions, when the guilty 39 7, 3, 1692| sentence can decide the personal separation of baptized spouses 40 7, 5, 1740| cause, even through no grave personal negligence, the diocesan


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