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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
expedient
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | order of the Church, it is expedient that the rights of persons 2 2, 1, 234| diocesan bishop judges it expedient, he is to erect a minor 3 2, 1, 237| Where it is possible and expedient, there is to be a major 4 2, 1, 301| authority, if it has judged it expedient, can also erect associations 5 2, 1, 317| association, when it is expedient.~§2. The norm stated in § 6 2, 1, 328| Christian faithful where it is expedient and willingly assist various 7 2, 2, 377| chapter and, if he judges it expedient, is also to seek individually 8 2, 2, 443| particular councils, if it is expedient in the judgment of the conference 9 2, 2, 473| episcopal vicars. Where it is expedient, a moderator of the curia 10 2, 2, 473| the bishop has judged it expedient, he can establish an episcopal 11 2, 2, 518| certain territory. When it is expedient, however, personal parishes 12 3, 0, 802| established.~§2. Where it is expedient, the diocesan bishop is 13 3, 0, 809| 809 If it is possible and expedient, conferences of bishops 14 4, 1, 863| administers it if he has judged it Expedient.~ 15 7, 2, 1550| declares such a hearing expedient.~§2. The following are considered 16 7, 3, 1674| marriage is not possible or expedient.~ 17 7, 4, 1718| attentive to can. 1341, this is expedient;~3/ whether a judicial process 18 7, 4, 1718| carefully whether it is expedient for him or the investigator, 19 7, 5, 1739| it or, if it seems more expedient to the superior, to emend,


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