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Code of Canon Law


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    Book,  Part, Can.
501 6, 1, 1314| law or an ecclesiastical law issued by a higher authority.~§ 502 6, 1, 1314| higher authority.~§2. The law itself can determine a penalty, 503 6, 1, 1314| a judge.~§3. Particular law also can add other penalties 504 6, 1, 1314| established by universal law for some delict; however, 505 6, 1, 1314| necessity. If universal law threatens an indeterminate 506 6, 1, 1314| facultative penalty, particular law can also establish a determinate 507 6, 1, 1316| ecclesiastical discipline. Particular law, however, cannot establish 508 6, 1, 1320| external violation of a law or precept, committed by 509 6, 1, 1320| penalty established by a law or precept binds the person 510 6, 1, 1320| deliberately violated the law or precept; however, a person 511 6, 1, 1320| a person who violated a law or precept by omitting necessary 512 6, 1, 1320| not punished unless the law or precept provides otherwise.~§ 513 6, 1, 1321| even if they violated a law or precept while seemingly 514 6, 1, 1322| when they have violated a law or precept:~1/ a person 515 6, 1, 1322| that he or she violated a law or precept; inadvertence 516 6, 1, 1323| the penalty established by law or precept must be tempered 517 6, 1, 1323| penalty was attached to a law or precept;~10/ by a person 518 6, 1, 1325| following more gravely than the law or precept has established:~ 519 6, 1, 1326| Can. 1327 Particular law can establish other exempting, 520 6, 1, 1327| completed delict unless the law or precept provides otherwise.~§ 521 6, 1, 1328| not expressly named in a law or precept are subject to 522 6, 1, 1328| Accomplices who are not named in a law or precept incur a latae 523 6, 1, 1332| attached to an office.~§2. A law or precept can establish 524 6, 1, 1333| preceding canon, either the law or precept itself or the 525 6, 1, 1333| extent of a suspension.~§2. A law, but not a precept, can 526 6, 1, 1335| other penalties which the law may have established, the 527 6, 1, 1341| penalties be so applied when the law or precept establishing 528 6, 1, 1341| application by decree.~§3. What a law or precept states about 529 6, 1, 1342| Can. 1343 If the law or precept gives the judge 530 6, 1, 1343| Can. 1344 Even if the law uses preceptive words, the 531 6, 1, 1348| is indeterminate and the law does not provide otherwise, 532 6, 1, 1353| who can dispense from a law which includes a penalty 533 6, 1, 1353| penalty.~§2. Moreover, a law or precept which establishes 534 6, 1, 1354| declared penalty established by law:~1/ the ordinary who initiated 535 6, 1, 1354| sententiae penalty established by law but not yet declared for 536 6, 1, 1361| not punished in the common law if particular law has established 537 6, 1, 1361| common law if particular law has established another 538 6, 2, 1388| privation of office, unless a law or precept has already established 539 6, 2, 1398| of a divine or canonical law can be punished by a just 540 7, 1, 1402| 1403 §1. Special pontifical law governs the causes of canonization 541 7, 1, 1402| whenever the special pontifical law refers to the universal 542 7, 1, 1402| refers to the universal law, or norms are involved which 543 7, 1, 1413| process unless a prescript of law prevents this.~ 544 7, 1, 1418| not expressly excepted by law, the judge of first instance 545 7, 1, 1419| least licensed in canon law, and not less than thirty 546 7, 1, 1420| least licensed in canon law.~ 547 7, 1, 1430| justice is prescribed by law or is clearly necessary 548 7, 1, 1433| expressly made:~1/ whenever the law requires the judge to hear 549 7, 1, 1434| doctors or licensed in canon law, and proven in prudence 550 7, 1, 1457| supporting prescript of law and adjudicate and decide 551 7, 1, 1457| decide cases, who violate the law of secrecy, or who inflict 552 7, 1, 1465| time limits established by law for extinguishing rights, 553 7, 1, 1466| Can. 1466 When the law in no way establishes time 554 7, 1, 1470| 1470 §1. Unless particular law provides otherwise, while 555 7, 1, 1470| present in court whom the law or the judge has established 556 7, 1, 1477| to the prescript of the law or of the judge.~ 557 7, 1, 1483| otherwise, a doctor in canon law or otherwise truly expert, 558 7, 1, 1485| those things for which the law requires a special mandate.~ 559 7, 1, 1488| way if in deceit of the law they withdraw cases from 560 7, 1, 1492| according to the norm of law or by some other legitimate 561 7, 1, 1500| prescripts of the civil law of the place where the object 562 7, 2, 1508| according to the norm of law.~ 563 7, 2, 1509| established in particular law.~§2. The fact of notification 564 7, 2, 1517| other methods defined by law.~ 565 7, 2, 1520| trial is abated.~Particular law can establish other terms 566 7, 2, 1521| Abatement takes effect by the law itself against all persons, 567 7, 2, 1526| matters presumed by the law itself;~2/ facts alleged 568 7, 2, 1526| by the other unless the law or the judge nevertheless 569 7, 2, 1540| solemnities prescribed by law have been observed.~§2. 570 7, 2, 1549| be witnesses unless the law expressly excludes them 571 7, 2, 1558| a similar favor by civil law are to be heard in the place 572 7, 2, 1561| questions, unless particular law provides otherwise.~ 573 7, 2, 1574| whenever the prescript of a law or of the judge requires 574 7, 2, 1580| due regard for particular law.~ 575 7, 2, 1584| matter; a presumption of law is one which the law itself 576 7, 2, 1584| of law is one which the law itself establishes; a human 577 7, 2, 1585| favorable presumption of law is freed from the burden 578 7, 2, 1586| which are not established by law unless they are directly 579 7, 2, 1608| prejudice to the prescripts of law concerning the efficacy 580 7, 2, 1608| case which has the favor of law, in which case the judge 581 7, 2, 1609| case with the reasons in law and in fact which led them 582 7, 2, 1611| the reasons or motives in law and in fact on which the 583 7, 2, 1619| established by positive law which were not declared 584 7, 2, 1622| signatures prescribed by law;~4/ it does not indicate 585 7, 2, 1629| decree in a case where the law requires the matter to be 586 7, 2, 1636| renounce it, unless the law provides otherwise.~ 587 7, 2, 1642| possesses the stability of law and cannot be challenged 588 7, 2, 1644| sentence unless either the law provides otherwise or the 589 7, 2, 1645| party;~4/ a prescript of the law which is not merely procedural 590 7, 2, 1653| 1653 §1. Unless particular law establishes otherwise, the 591 7, 2, 1656| All cases not excluded by law can be treated in the oral 592 7, 2, 1656| of the cases permitted in law, the judicial acts are null.~ 593 7, 2, 1669| trial in cases excluded by law, it is to declare the nullity 594 7, 3, 1672| magistrate unless particular law establishes that an ecclesiastical 595 7, 3, 1688| to the ordinary method of law; in the latter event the 596 7, 3, 1692| is not contrary to divine law, the bishop of the diocese 597 7, 3, 1709| to exercise orders by the law itself.~ 598 7, 3, 1714| have selected none, the law laid down by the conference 599 7, 3, 1714| bishops, if there is such a law, or the civil law in force 600 7, 3, 1714| such a law, or the civil law in force in the place where 601 7, 3, 1715| formalities established by law for the alienation of ecclesiastical 602 7, 3, 1716| Can. 1716 §1. If the civil law does not recognize the force 603 7, 3, 1716| was rendered.~§2. If civil law permits the challenge of 604 7, 4, 1718| must be used or, unless the law forbids it, whether the 605 7, 4, 1718| or other experts of the law if he considers it prudent.~§ 606 7, 4, 1720| setting forth the reasons in law and in fact at least briefly.~ 607 7, 4, 1722| revoked; they also end by the law itself when the penal process 608 7, 5, 1737| execution of the decree by the law itself and suspension has 609 7, 5, 1752| must always be the supreme law in the Church, is to be


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