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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
accepted
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 80| competent authority has accepted the renunciation.~§2. Any 2 1, 0, 142| delegate made known to and accepted by the one delegating. It 3 1, 0, 163| found suitable and who has accepted. If several persons legitimately 4 1, 0, 177| the one elected has not accepted, the person loses every 5 1, 0, 178| The person elected who has accepted an election which does not 6 1, 0, 185| resignation which has been accepted.~ 7 1, 0, 189| lacks all force if it is not accepted within three months; one 8 2, 1, 225| salvation is made known and accepted by all persons everywhere 9 2, 1, 241| intention.~§2. Before they are accepted, they must submit documents 10 2, 1, 279| predecessors, and commonly accepted by the Church, as set out 11 2, 2, 332| manifested but not that it is accepted by anyone.~ 12 2, 2, 337| publicly declared or freely accepted as such so that it becomes 13 2, 2, 341| way initiated or freely accepted by the Roman Pontiff need 14 2, 2, 402| resignation from office has been accepted retains the title of emeritus 15 2, 2, 416| diocesan bishop, resignation accepted by the Roman Pontiff, transfer, 16 2, 2, 427| itself.~§2. When he has accepted election, the diocesan administrator 17 2, 2, 527| is to observe the method accepted by particular law or legitimate 18 2, 2, 538| himself for a just cause and accepted by the same bishop for validity, 19 4, 1, 948| small, has been given and accepted.~ 20 4, 1, 955| the obligation has been accepted and the offering received.~§ 21 4, 1, 955| accurately the Masses which he accepted to celebrate and those which 22 4, 1, 1034| his own hand, signed, and accepted in writing by the same authority.~§ 23 4, 1, 1072| marriage according to the accepted practices of the region.~ 24 4, 1, 1095| mutually to be handed over and accepted;~3/ those who are not able 25 5, 0, 1299| Can. 1300 The legitimately accepted wills of the faithful who 26 5, 0, 1301| 1302 §1. A person who has accepted goods in trust for pious 27 7, 1, 1450| 1450 If the objection is accepted, the persons must be changed 28 7, 2, 1506| libellus is to be considered as accepted.~ 29 7, 2, 1507| libellus is considered as accepted according to the norm of 30 7, 2, 1524| communicated to the other party, accepted or at least not challenged 31 7, 2, 1524| challenged by that party, and accepted by the judge.~ 32 7, 2, 1525| Can. 1525 A renunciation accepted by the judge has the same 33 7, 2, 1527| proof rejected by a judge be accepted, the judge is to decide 34 7, 2, 1550| of confession cannot be accepted even as an indication of 35 7, 3, 1677| When the libellus has been accepted, the presiding judge or


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