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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
presumed
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 13| Particular laws are not presumed to be personal but territorial 2 1, 0, 15| concerning another is not presumed; it is presumed about a 3 1, 0, 15| another is not presumed; it is presumed about a fact concerning 4 1, 0, 21| pre-existing law is not presumed, but later laws must be 5 1, 0, 57| been given, the response is presumed to be negative with respect 6 1, 0, 57| further recourse.~§3. A presumed negative response does not 7 1, 0, 78| Can. 78 §1. A privilege is presumed to be perpetual unless the 8 1, 0, 97| year, however, a minor is presumed to have the use of reason.~ 9 1, 0, 124| its external elements is presumed valid.~ 10 1, 0, 140| delegated to several persons is presumed to be delegated to them 11 2, 1, 283| law, without at least the presumed permission of their proper 12 2, 2, 390| or at least reasonably presumed, consent of the local ordinary.~ 13 2, 2, 510| parochial and capitular are presumed given to the parish unless 14 3, 0, 764| exercised with at least the presumed consent of the rector of 15 4, 1, 886| at least the reasonably presumed permission of the diocesan 16 4, 1, 911| necessity or with at least the presumed permission of the pastor, 17 4, 1, 950| intention of the donor must be presumed legitimately to have been 18 4, 1, 969| faculty without at least the presumed permission of their superior.~§ 19 4, 1, 1003| sacrament with at least the presumed consent of the priest mentioned 20 4, 1, 1061| together consummation is presumed until the contrary is proven.~§ 21 4, 1, 1086| of the marriage must be presumed according to the norm of 22 4, 1, 1096| 2. This ignorance is not presumed after puberty.~ 23 4, 1, 1101| internal consent of the mind is presumed to conform to the words 24 4, 1, 1107| form, the consent given is presumed to persist until its revocation 25 4, 1, 1138| dissolution of conjugal life are presumed to be legitimate.~ 26 4, 1, 1152| certain of the adultery. It is presumed, moreover, if the spouse 27 5, 0, 1266| even a private one, are presumed given to the juridic person 28 6, 1, 1320| occurred, imputability is presumed unless it is otherwise apparent.~ 29 7, 1, 1430| instance, such intervention is presumed necessary in a further instance.~ 30 7, 2, 1526| not need proof:~1/ matters presumed by the law itself;~2/ facts 31 7, 2, 1594| citation, the petitioner is presumed to have renounced the trial 32 7, 2, 1632| which it is directed, it is presumed to be made to the tribunal 33 7, 2, 1637| otherwise evident, an appeal is presumed to be made against all the 34 7, 3 | CHAPTER IV.~PROCESS IN THE PRESUMED DEATH OF A SPOUSE~ 35 7, 3, 1707| issued a declaration of presumed death.~§2. The diocesan


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