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postulation 15
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15 legal
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15 makes
15 postulation
15 preside
15 propose
15 published
Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
postulation
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 147| authority if election or postulation preceded it; finally, through 2 1, 0 | Art. 4.~POSTULATION~ 3 1, 0, 181| votes are required for a postulation to have force.~§2. A vote 4 1, 0, 181| have force.~§2. A vote for postulation must be expressed by the 5 1, 0, 181| otherwise it is valid for postulation.~ 6 1, 0, 182| Can. 182 §1. A postulation must be sent within eight 7 1, 0, 182| confirmation is not required, a postulation must be sent to the authority 8 1, 0, 182| the dispensation.~§2. If a postulation has not been sent within 9 1, 0, 182| prevented from sending the postulation by a just impediment or 10 1, 0, 182| postulated acquires no right by postulation; the competent authority 11 1, 0, 182| not obliged to admit the postulation.~§4. Electors cannot revoke 12 1, 0, 182| Electors cannot revoke a postulation made to a competent authority 13 1, 0, 183| Can. 183 §1. If a postulation has not been admitted by 14 1, 0, 183| college or group.~§2. If a postulation has been admitted, however, 15 1, 0, 183| A person who accepts a postulation which has been admitted


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