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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
resignation
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 142| the delegate as well as by resignation of the delegate made known 2 1, 0, 184| age determined by law, by resignation, by transfer, by removal, 3 1, 0, 185| office by reason of age or of resignation which has been accepted.~ 4 1, 0 | Art. 1.~RESIGNATION~ 5 1, 0, 188| Can. 188 A resignation made out of grave fear that 6 1, 0, 189| 189 §1. To be valid, a resignation, whether it requires acceptance 7 1, 0, 189| authority is not to accept a resignation which is not based on a 8 1, 0, 189| proportionate cause.~§3. A resignation which requires acceptance 9 1, 0, 189| to the norm of law.~§4. A resignation can be revoked by the one 10 2, 2, 332| required for validity that the resignation is made freely and properly 11 2, 2, 354| are asked to submit their resignation from office to the Roman 12 2, 2, 367| Pontiff accepts the legate’s resignation.~ 13 2, 2, 401| requested to present his resignation from office to the Supreme 14 2, 2, 401| requested to present his resignation from office.~ 15 2, 2, 402| 402 §1. A bishop whose resignation from office has been accepted 16 2, 2, 411| cann. 401 and 402, §2 on resignation from office apply to a coadjutor 17 2, 2, 416| death of a diocesan bishop, resignation accepted by the Roman Pontiff, 18 2, 2, 430| administrator resigns, the resignation must be presented in authentic 19 2, 2, 481| time of the mandate, by resignation, by removal made known to 20 2, 2, 538| according to the norm of law, by resignation made by the pastor himself 21 2, 2, 538| requested to submit his resignation from office to the diocesan 22 7, 5, 1743| 1743 A pastor can submit a resignation not only purely and simply


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