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1 Intr | articles.~Case binding: isbn 0-943616-79-4~LC number 99- 2 Intr | 943616-79-4~LC number 99-093240~Canon Law Society of America~ 3 1, 0, 100| Can. 100 A person is said to be: 4 4, 1, 1000| Can. 1000 §1. The anointings with 5 4, 1, 1001| Can. 1001 Pastors of souls and those 6 4, 1, 1002| Can. 1002 The communal celebration 7 4, 1, 1004| Can. 1004 §1. The anointing of the 8 4, 1, 1005| Can. 1005 This sacrament is to be 9 4, 1, 1006| Can. 1006 This sacrament is to be 10 4, 1, 1007| Can. 1007 The anointing of the sick 11 4, 1, 1008| Can. 1008 By divine institution, the 12 4, 1, 1009| Can. 1009 §1. The orders are the episcopate, 13 1, 0, 101| Can. 101 §1. The place of origin 14 4, 1, 1010| Can. 1010 Ordination is to be celebrated 15 4, 1, 1011| Can. 1011 §1. Ordination generally 16 4, 1, 1012| Can. 1012 The minister of sacred ordination 17 4, 1, 1013| Can. 1013 No bishop is permitted to 18 4, 1, 1014| Can. 1014 Unless the Apostolic See 19 4, 1, 1017| Can. 1017 A bishop cannot confer orders 20 4, 1, 1018| Can. 1018 §1. The following can give 21 4, 1, 1020| Can. 1020 Dimissorial letters are 22 4, 1, 1021| Can. 1021 Dimissorial letters can 23 4, 1, 1022| Can. 1022 After the ordaining bishop 24 4, 1, 1023| Can. 1023 Dimissorial letters can 25 4, 1, 1026| Can. 1026 A person must possess due 26 4, 1, 1027| Can. 1027 Those aspiring to the diaconate 27 4, 1, 1028| Can. 1028 The diocesan bishop or the 28 4, 1, 1029| Can. 1029 Only those are to be promoted 29 4, 1, 1030| Can. 1030 Only for a canonical cause, 30 4, 1, 1031| Can. 1031 §1. The presbyterate is 31 4, 1, 1034| Can. 1034 §1. A person aspiring to 32 4, 1, 1037| Can. 1037 An unmarried candidate for 33 4, 1, 1038| Can. 1038 A deacon who refuses to 34 1, 0, 104| Can. 104 Spouses are to have a common 35 4, 1, 1040| Can. 1040 Those aVected by any impediment, 36 4, 1, 1043| Can. 1043 If the Christian faithful 37 4, 1, 1044| Can. 1044 §1. The following are irregular 38 4, 1, 1045| Can. 1045 Ignorance of the irregularities 39 4, 1, 1046| Can. 1046 Irregularities and impediments 40 4, 1, 1047| Can. 1047 §1. Dispensation from all 41 4, 1, 1048| Can. 1048 In more urgent occult cases, 42 4, 1, 1049| Can. 1049 §1. Petitions to obtain 43 4, 1, 1052| Can. 1052 §1. For a bishop conferring 44 4, 1, 1053| Can. 1053 §1. After an ordination 45 4, 1, 1054| Can. 1054 The local ordinary if it 46 4, 1, 1055| Can. 1055 §1. The matrimonial covenant, 47 4, 1, 1056| Can. 1056 The essential properties 48 4, 1, 1057| Can. 1057 §1. The consent of the parties, 49 4, 1, 1058| Can. 1058 All persons who are not 50 4, 1, 1059| Can. 1059 Even if only one party is 51 1, 0, 106| Can. 106 Domicile and quasi-domicile 52 4, 1, 1061| Can. 1061 §1. A valid marriage between 53 4, 1, 1062| Can. 1062 §1. A promise of marriage, 54 4, 1, 1063| Can. 1063 Pastors of souls are obliged 55 4, 1, 1064| Can. 1064 It is for the local ordinary 56 4, 1, 1065| Can. 1065 §1. Catholics who have not 57 4, 1, 1066| Can. 1066 Before a marriage is celebrated, 58 4, 1, 1067| Can. 1067 The conference of bishops 59 4, 1, 1068| Can. 1068 In danger of death and if 60 4, 1, 1069| Can. 1069 All the faithful are obliged 61 1, 0, 107| Can. 107 §1. Through both domicile 62 4, 1, 1070| Can. 1070 If someone other than the 63 4, 1, 1071| Can. 1071 §1. Except in a case of 64 4, 1, 1072| Can. 1072 Pastors of souls are to 65 4, 1, 1073| Can. 1073 A diriment impediment renders 66 4, 1, 1074| Can. 1074 An impediment which can 67 4, 1, 1075| Can. 1075 §1. It is only for the supreme 68 4, 1, 1076| Can. 1076 A custom which introduces 69 4, 1, 1077| Can. 1077 §1. In a special case, the 70 1, 0, 108| Can. 108 §1. Consanguinity is computed 71 4, 1, 1080| Can. 1080 §1. Whenever an impediment 72 4, 1, 1081| Can. 1081 The pastor or the priest 73 4, 1, 1082| Can. 1082 Unless a rescript of the 74 4, 1, 1083| Can. 1083 §1. A man before he has 75 4, 1, 1084| Can. 1084 §1. Antecedent and perpetual 76 4, 1, 1085| Can. 1085 §1. A person bound by the 77 4, 1, 1087| Can. 1087 Those in sacred orders invalidly 78 4, 1, 1088| Can. 1088 Those bound by a public 79 4, 1, 1089| Can. 1089 No marriage can exist between 80 1, 0, 109| Can. 109 §1. Affinity arises from 81 4, 1, 1091| Can. 1091 §1. In the direct line of 82 4, 1, 1092| Can. 1092 Affinity in the direct line 83 4, 1, 1093| Can. 1093 The impediment of public 84 4, 1, 1094| Can. 1094 Those who are related in 85 4, 1, 1095| Can. 1095 The following are incapable 86 4, 1, 1096| Can. 1096 §1. For matrimonial consent 87 4, 1, 1097| Can. 1097 §1. Error concerning the 88 4, 1, 1099| Can. 1099 Error concerning the unity 89 1, 0, 110| Can. 110 Children who have been adopted 90 4, 1, 1100| Can. 1100 The knowledge or opinion 91 4, 1, 1101| Can. 1101 §1. The internal consent 92 4, 1, 1102| Can. 1102 §1. A marriage subject to 93 4, 1, 1103| Can. 1103 A marriage is invalid if 94 4, 1, 1104| Can. 1104 §1. To contract a marriage 95 4, 1, 1106| Can. 1106 A marriage can be contracted 96 4, 1, 1107| Can. 1107 Even if a marriage was entered 97 4, 1, 1109| Can. 1109 Unless the local ordinary 98 1, 0, 111| Can. 111 §1. Through the reception 99 4, 1, 1110| Can. 1110 By virtue of office, a personal 100 4, 1, 1113| Can. 1113 Before special delegation 101 4, 1, 1114| Can. 1114 The person assisting at 102 4, 1, 1117| Can. 1117 The form established above 103 4, 1, 1118| Can. 1118 §1. A marriage between Catholics 104 4, 1, 1119| Can. 1119 Outside the case of necessity, 105 4, 1, 1120| Can. 1120 The conference of bishops 106 4, 1, 1121| Can. 1121 §1. After a marriage has 107 4, 1, 1122| Can. 1122 §1. The contracted marriage 108 4, 1, 1123| Can. 1123 Whenever a marriage is either 109 4, 1, 1124| Can. 1124 Without express permission 110 4, 1, 1129| Can. 1129 The prescripts of cann. 111 1, 0, 113| Can. 113 §1. The Catholic Church 112 4, 1, 1130| Can. 1130 For a grave and urgent cause, 113 4, 1, 1132| Can. 1132 The obligation of observing 114 4, 1, 1134| Can. 1134 From a valid marriage there 115 4, 1, 1135| Can. 1135 Each spouse has an equal 116 4, 1, 1136| Can. 1136 Parents have the most grave 117 4, 1, 1137| Can. 1137 The children conceived or 118 4, 1, 1138| Can. 1138 §1. The father is he whom 119 4, 1, 1139| Can. 1139 Illegitimate children are 120 4, 1, 1140| Can. 1140 As regards canonical effects, 121 4, 1, 1142| Can. 1142 For a just cause, the Roman 122 4, 1, 1143| Can. 1143 §1. A marriage entered into 123 4, 1, 1146| Can. 1146 The baptized party has the 124 4, 1, 1147| Can. 1147 For a grave cause, however, 125 4, 1, 1148| Can. 1148 §1. When he receives baptism 126 4, 1, 1149| Can. 1149 A non-baptized person who, 127 1, 0, 115| Can. 115 §1. Juridic persons in the 128 4, 1, 1150| Can. 1150 In a doubtful matter the 129 4, 1, 1151| Can. 1151 Spouses have the duty and 130 4, 1, 1152| Can. 1152 §1. Although it is earnestly 131 4, 1, 1153| Can. 1153 §1. If either of the spouses 132 4, 1, 1154| Can. 1154 After the separation of 133 4, 1, 1155| Can. 1155 The innocent spouse laudably 134 4, 1, 1156| Can. 1156 §1. To convalidate a marriage 135 4, 1, 1157| Can. 1157 The renewal of consent must 136 4, 1, 1158| Can. 1158 §1. If the impediment is 137 4, 1, 1159| Can. 1159 §1. A marriage which is 138 1, 0, 116| Can. 116 §1. Public juridic persons 139 4, 1, 1160| Can. 1160 A marriage which is null 140 4, 1, 1161| Can. 1161 §1. The radical sanation 141 4, 1, 1162| Can. 1162 §1. A marriage cannot be 142 4, 1, 1163| Can. 1163 §1. A marriage which is 143 4, 1, 1164| Can. 1164 A sanation can be granted 144 4, 1, 1165| Can. 1165 §1. The Apostolic See can 145 4, 2, 1166| Can. 1166 Sacramentals are sacred 146 4, 2, 1167| Can. 1167 §1. The Apostolic See alone 147 4, 2, 1168| Can. 1168 The minister of sacramentals 148 4, 2, 1169| Can. 1169 §1. Those marked with the 149 4, 2, 1170| Can. 1170 Blessings, which are to 150 4, 2, 1171| Can. 1171 Sacred objects, which are 151 4, 2, 1172| Can. 1172 §1. No one can perform exorcisms 152 4, 2, 1173| Can. 1173 Fulfilling the priestly 153 4, 2, 1174| Can. 1174 §1. Clerics are obliged 154 4, 2, 1175| Can. 1175 In carrying out the liturgy 155 4, 2, 1176| Can. 1176 §1. Deceased members of 156 4, 2, 1177| Can. 1177 §1. A funeral for any deceased 157 4, 2, 1178| Can. 1178 The funeral of a diocesan 158 4, 2, 1179| Can. 1179 The funerals of religious 159 1, 0, 118| Can. 118 Representing a public juridic 160 4, 2, 1180| Can. 1180 §1. If a parish has its 161 4, 2, 1181| Can. 1181 Regarding offerings on the 162 4, 2, 1182| Can. 1182 When the burial has been 163 4, 2, 1183| Can. 1183 §1. When it concerns funerals, 164 4, 2, 1184| Can. 1184 §1. Unless they gave some 165 4, 2, 1185| Can. 1185 Any funeral Mass must also 166 4, 2, 1186| Can. 1186 To foster the sanctification 167 4, 2, 1187| Can. 1187 It is permitted to reverence 168 4, 2, 1188| Can. 1188 The practice of displaying 169 4, 2, 1189| Can. 1189 If they are in need of repair, 170 4, 2, 1190| Can. 1190 §1. It is absolutely forbidden 171 4, 2, 1191| Can. 1191 §1. A vow, that is, a deliberate 172 4, 2, 1192| Can. 1192 §1. A vow is public if a 173 4, 2, 1193| Can. 1193 By its nature a vow obliges 174 4, 2, 1194| Can. 1194 A vow ceases by the lapse 175 4, 2, 1195| Can. 1195 The person who has power 176 4, 2, 1197| Can. 1197 The person who makes a private 177 4, 2, 1198| Can. 1198 Vows made before religious 178 4, 2, 1199| Can. 1199 §1. An oath, that is, the 179 4, 2, 1200| Can. 1200 §1. A person who freely 180 4, 2, 1201| Can. 1201 §1. A promissory oath follows 181 4, 2, 1202| Can. 1202 The obligation arising from 182 4, 2, 1204| Can. 1204 An oath must be interpreted 183 4, 3, 1205| Can. 1205 Sacred places are those 184 4, 3, 1206| Can. 1206 The dedication of any place 185 4, 3, 1207| Can. 1207 Sacred places are blessed 186 4, 3, 1208| Can. 1208 When the dedication or blessing 187 4, 3, 1209| Can. 1209 The dedication or blessing 188 1, 0, 121| Can. 121 If aggregates of persons ( 189 4, 3, 1210| Can. 1210 Only those things which 190 4, 3, 1211| Can. 1211 Sacred places are violated 191 4, 3, 1213| Can. 1213 The ecclesiastical authority 192 4, 3, 1214| Can. 1214 By the term church is understood 193 4, 3, 1216| Can. 1216 In the building and repair 194 4, 3, 1217| Can. 1217 §1. After construction has 195 4, 3, 1218| Can. 1218 Each church is to have its 196 4, 3, 1219| Can. 1219 In a church that has legitimately 197 1, 0, 122| Can. 122 If an aggregate (universitas) 198 4, 3, 1220| Can. 1220 §1. All those responsible 199 4, 3, 1221| Can. 1221 Entry to a church is to 200 4, 3, 1222| Can. 1222 §1. If a church cannot be 201 4, 3, 1223| Can. 1223 By the term oratory is understood 202 4, 3, 1224| Can. 1224 §1. The ordinary is not 203 4, 3, 1225| Can. 1225 All sacred celebrations 204 4, 3, 1226| Can. 1226 By the term private chapel 205 4, 3, 1228| Can. 1228 Without prejudice to the 206 4, 3, 1229| Can. 1229 It is fitting for oratories 207 1, 0, 123| Can. 123 Upon the extinction of a 208 4, 3, 1230| Can. 1230 By the term shrine is understood 209 4, 3, 1231| Can. 1231 For a shrine to be called 210 4, 3, 1232| Can. 1232 §1. The local ordinary is 211 4, 3, 1233| Can. 1233 Certain privileges can be 212 4, 3, 1234| Can. 1234 §1. At shrines the means 213 4, 3, 1235| Can. 1235 §1. An altar, or a table 214 4, 3, 1236| Can. 1236 §1. According to the traditional 215 4, 3, 1237| Can. 1237 §1. Fixed altars must be 216 4, 3, 1238| Can. 1238 §1. An altar loses its dedication 217 4, 3, 1239| Can. 1239 §1. An altar, whether fixed 218 4, 3, 1240| Can. 1240 §1. Where possible, the 219 4, 3, 1241| Can. 1241 §1. Parishes and religious 220 4, 3, 1242| Can. 1242 Bodies are not to be buried 221 4, 3, 1243| Can. 1243 Particular law is to establish 222 4, 3, 1244| Can. 1244 §1. It is only for the supreme 223 4, 3, 1245| Can. 1245 Without prejudice to the 224 4, 3, 1247| Can. 1247 On Sundays and other holy 225 4, 3, 1248| Can. 1248 §1. A person who assists 226 4, 3, 1249| Can. 1249 The divine law binds all 227 1, 0, 125| Can. 125 §1. An act placed out of 228 4, 3, 1250| Can. 1250 The penitential days and 229 4, 3, 1251| Can. 1251 Abstinence from eating meat 230 4, 3, 1252| Can. 1253 The conference of bishops 231 5, 0, 1253| Can. 1254 §1. To pursue its proper 232 5, 0, 1254| Can. 1255 The universal Church and 233 5, 0, 1255| Can. 1256 Under the supreme authority 234 5, 0, 1256| Can. 1257 §1. All temporal goods which 235 5, 0, 1257| Can. 1258 In the following canons, 236 5, 0, 1258| Can. 1259 The Church can acquire temporal 237 1, 0, 126| Can. 126 An act placed out of ignorance 238 5, 0, 1259| Can. 1260 The Church has an innate 239 5, 0, 1260| Can. 1261 §1. The Christian faithful 240 5, 0, 1261| Can. 1262 The faithful are to give 241 5, 0, 1262| Can. 1263 After the diocesan bishop 242 5, 0, 1264| Can. 1265 §1. Without prejudice to 243 5, 0, 1266| Can. 1267 §1. Unless the contrary 244 5, 0, 1267| Can. 1268 The Church recognizes prescription 245 5, 0, 1268| Can. 1269 If sacred objects are privately 246 5, 0, 1269| Can. 1270 If they belong to the Apostolic 247 5, 0, 1270| Can. 1271 By reason of the bond of 248 5, 0, 1271| Can. 1272 In regions where benefices 249 5, 0, 1272| Can. 1273 By virtue of his primacy 250 5, 0, 1274| Can. 1275 An aggregate of goods which 251 5, 0, 1277| Can. 1278 In addition to the functions 252 5, 0, 1279| Can. 1280 Each juridic person is to 253 5, 0, 1281| Can. 1282 All clerics or lay persons 254 5, 0, 1282| Can. 1283 Before administrators begin 255 5, 0, 1283| Can. 1284 §1. All administrators are 256 5, 0, 1284| Can. 1285 Within the limits of ordinary 257 5, 0, 1285| Can. 1286 Administrators of goods:~ 258 5, 0, 1288| Can. 1289 Even if not bound to administration 259 1, 0, 129| Can. 129 §1. Those who have received 260 5, 0, 1289| Can. 1290 The general and particular 261 5, 0, 1291| Can. 1292 §1. Without prejudice to 262 5, 0, 1292| Can. 1293 §1. The alienation of goods 263 5, 0, 1295| Can. 1296 Whenever ecclesiastical 264 5, 0, 1296| Can. 1297 Attentive to local circumstances, 265 5, 0, 1297| Can. 1298 Unless an asset is of little 266 5, 0, 1298| Can. 1299 §1. A person who by natural 267 1, 0, 130| Can. 130 Of itself, the power of 268 5, 0, 1302| Can. 1303 §1. In law, the term pious 269 5, 0, 1303| Can. 1304 §1. For a juridic person 270 5, 0, 1304| Can. 1305 Money and movable goods 271 5, 0, 1305| Can. 1306 §1. Foundations, even if 272 5, 0, 1306| Can. 1307 §1. A list of the obligations 273 5, 0, 1308| Can. 1309 The authorities mentioned 274 5, 0, 1309| Can. 1310 §1. The ordinary, only for 275 6, 1, 1310| Can. 1311 The Church has the innate 276 6, 1, 1311| Can. 1312 §1. The following are penal 277 6, 1, 1312| Can. 1313 §1. If a law is changed 278 6, 1, 1313| Can. 1314 Generally, a penalty is 279 6, 1, 1314| Can. 1315 §1. A person who has legislative 280 6, 1, 1315| Can. 1316 Insofar as possible, diocesan 281 6, 1, 1318| Can. 1319 §1. Insofar as a person 282 1, 0, 132| Can. 132 §1. Habitual faculties are 283 6, 1, 1319| Can. 1320 The local ordinary can coerce 284 6, 1, 1320| Can. 1321 §1. No one is punished unless 285 6, 1, 1321| Can. 1322 Those who habitually lack 286 6, 1, 1326| Can. 1327 Particular law can establish 287 6, 1, 1327| Can. 1328 §1. A person who has done 288 6, 1, 1328| Can. 1329 §1. If ferendae sententiae 289 6, 1, 1329| Can. 1330 A delict which consists 290 6, 1, 1331| Can. 1332 The prohibitions mentioned 291 6, 1, 1333| Can. 1334 §1. Within the limits established 292 6, 1, 1336| Can. 1337 §1. A prohibition against 293 6, 1, 1337| Can. 1338 §1. The privations and prohibitions 294 6, 1, 1338| Can. 1339 §1. An ordinary, personally 295 1, 0, 134| Can. 134 §1. In addition to the Roman 296 6, 1, 1342| Can. 1343 If the law or precept gives 297 6, 1, 1345| Can. 1346 Whenever the offender has 298 6, 1, 1348| Can. 1349 If a penalty is indeterminate 299 1, 0, 135| Can. 135 §1. The power of governance 300 6, 1, 1350| Can. 1351 Unless other provision is 301 6, 1, 1351| Can. 1352 §1. If a penalty prohibits 302 6, 1, 1352| Can. 1353 An appeal or recourse from 303 6, 1, 1353| Can. 1354 §1. In addition to the persons 304 6, 1, 1356| Can. 1357 §1. Without prejudice to 305 6, 1, 1357| Can. 1358 §1. Remission of a censure 306 6, 1, 1358| Can. 1359 If several penalties bind 307 1, 0, 136| Can. 136 Unless the nature of the 308 6, 1, 1359| Can. 1360 The remission of a penalty 309 6, 1, 1360| Can. 1361 §1. A remission can also 310 6, 1, 1362| Can. 1363 §1. Prescription extinguishes 311 6, 2, 1364| Can. 1365 A person guilty of prohibited 312 6, 2, 1365| Can. 1366 Parents or those who take 313 6, 2, 1366| Can. 1367 A person who throws away 314 6, 2, 1367| Can. 1368 A person who commits perjury 315 6, 2, 1368| Can. 1369 A person who in a public 316 6, 2, 1370| Can. 1371 The following are to be 317 6, 2, 1371| Can. 1372 A person who makes recourse 318 6, 2, 1372| Can. 1373 A person who publicly incites 319 6, 2, 1373| Can. 1374 A person who joins an association 320 6, 2, 1374| Can. 1375 Those who impede the freedom 321 6, 2, 1375| Can. 1376 A person who profanes a 322 6, 2, 1376| Can. 1377 A person who alienates ecclesiastical 323 6, 2, 1378| Can. 1379 In addition to the cases 324 6, 2, 1379| Can. 1380 A person who celebrates 325 6, 2, 1380| Can. 1381 §1. Whoever usurps an ecclesiastical 326 6, 2, 1381| Can. 1382 A bishop who consecrates 327 6, 2, 1383| Can. 1384 In addition to the cases 328 6, 2, 1384| Can. 1385 A person who illegitimately 329 6, 2, 1385| Can. 1386 A person who gives or promises 330 6, 2, 1387| Can. 1388 §1. A confessor who directly 331 6, 2, 1388| Can. 1389 §1. A person who abuses 332 1, 0, 139| Can. 139 §1. Unless the law determines 333 6, 2, 1389| Can. 1390 §1. A person who falsely 334 6, 2, 1390| Can. 1391 The following can be punished 335 6, 2, 1391| Can. 1392 Clerics or religious who 336 6, 2, 1392| Can. 1393 A person who violates obligations 337 6, 2, 1395| Can. 1396 A person who gravely violates 338 6, 2, 1398| Can. 1399 In addition to the cases 339 1, 0, 140| Can. 140 §1. When several persons 340 7, 1, 1399| Can. 1400 §1. The object of a trial 341 7, 1, 1401| Can. 1402 The following canons govern 342 7, 1, 1402| Can. 1403 §1. Special pontifical law 343 7, 1, 1405| Can. 1406 §1. If the prescript of 344 7, 1, 1406| Can. 1407 §1. No one can be brought 345 1, 0, 141| Can. 141 When several persons have 346 7, 1, 1409| Can. 1410 By reason of the location 347 7, 1, 1410| Can. 1411 §1. By reason of a contract, 348 7, 1, 1411| Can. 1412 In penal cases the accused, 349 7, 1, 1412| Can. 1413 A party can be brought to 350 7, 1, 1416| Can. 1417 §1. By reason of the primacy 351 7, 1, 1421| Can. 1422 The judicial vicar, adjutant 352 7, 1, 1425| Can. 1426 §1. A collegiate tribunal 353 7, 1, 1426| Can. 1427 §1. If there is a controversy 354 7, 1, 1427| Can. 1428 §1. The judge or the president 355 7, 1, 1428| Can. 1429 The president of a collegiate 356 1, 0, 143| Can. 143 §1. Ordinary power ceases 357 7, 1, 1429| Can. 1430 A promoter of justice is 358 7, 1, 1430| Can. 1431 §1. In contentious cases, 359 7, 1, 1431| Can. 1432 A defender of the bond is 360 7, 1, 1433| Can. 1434 Unless other provision is 361 7, 1, 1434| Can. 1435 It is for the bishop to 362 7, 1, 1435| Can. 1436 §1. The same person can 363 7, 1, 1436| Can. 1437 §1. A notary is to take 364 7, 1, 1440| Can. 1440 If competence by reason 365 7, 1, 1441| Can. 1441 The tribunal of second instance 366 7, 1, 1442| Can. 1442 The Roman Pontiff is the 367 7, 1, 1443| Can. 1443 The Roman Rota is the ordinary 368 7, 1, 1445| Can. 1445 §1. The supreme tribunal 369 7, 1, 1447| Can. 1447 A person who has taken part 370 7, 1, 1449| Can. 1449 §1. If in the cases mentioned 371 7, 1, 1451| Can. 1451 §1. The question of an objection 372 7, 1, 1453| Can. 1453 Without prejudice to justice, 373 7, 1, 1454| Can. 1454 All who constitute a tribunal 374 7, 1, 1455| Can. 1455 §1. Judges and tribunal 375 7, 1, 1456| Can. 1456 The judge and all officials 376 7, 1, 1457| Can. 1457 §1. The competent authority 377 7, 1, 1458| Can. 1458 Cases are to be adjudicated 378 1, 0, 146| Can. 146 An ecclesiastical office 379 7, 1, 1460| Can. 1460 §1. If an exception is proposed 380 7, 1, 1461| Can. 1461 A judge who becomes aware 381 7, 1, 1463| Can. 1463 §1. Counterclaims cannot 382 7, 1, 1465| Can. 1465 §1. Fatalia legis, that 383 7, 1, 1466| Can. 1466 When the law in no way establishes 384 7, 1, 1467| Can. 1467 If the tribunal is closed 385 7, 1, 1468| Can. 1468 Insofar as possible, every 386 1, 0, 147| Can. 147 The provision of an ecclesiastical 387 7, 1, 1470| Can. 1470 §1. Unless particular law 388 7, 1, 1471| Can. 1471 If a person to be questioned 389 7, 1, 1472| Can. 1472 §1. The judicial acts, both 390 7, 1, 1473| Can. 1473 Whenever judicial acts require 391 7, 1, 1475| Can. 1475 §1. When the trial has been 392 7, 1, 1476| Can. 1476 Anyone, whether baptized 393 7, 1, 1477| Can. 1477 Even if the petitioner or 394 7, 1, 1478| Can. 1478 §1. Minors and those who 395 7, 1, 1479| Can. 1479 Whenever a guardian or curator 396 1, 0, 148| Can. 148 The provision of offices 397 7, 1, 1480| Can. 1480 §1. Juridic persons stand 398 7, 1, 1482| Can. 1482 §1. A person can appoint 399 7, 1, 1483| Can. 1483 The procurator and advocate 400 7, 1, 1484| Can. 1484 §1. Before the procurator 401 7, 1, 1485| Can. 1485 Without a special mandate, 402 7, 1, 1486| Can. 1486 §1. For the removal of a 403 7, 1, 1487| Can. 1487 For a grave cause, the judge 404 7, 1, 1488| Can. 1488 §1. Both the procurator 405 7, 1, 1489| Can. 1489 Advocates and procurators 406 7, 1, 1490| Can. 1490 As far as possible, legal 407 7, 1, 1491| Can. 1491 Every right is protected 408 7, 1, 1492| Can. 1492 §1. Every action is extinguished 409 7, 1, 1493| Can. 1493 A petitioner can bring a 410 7, 1, 1494| Can. 1494 §1. The respondent can file 411 7, 1, 1495| Can. 1495 The counterclaim must be 412 7, 1, 1496| Can. 1496 §1. A person, who through 413 7, 1, 1497| Can. 1497 §1. Sequestration of a thing 414 7, 1, 1498| Can. 1498 Sequestration of a thing 415 7, 1, 1499| Can. 1499 A judge who grants the sequestration 416 1, 0, 150| Can. 150 An office which entails 417 7, 1, 1500| Can. 1500 The prescripts of the civil 418 7, 2, 1503| Can. 1503 §1. The judge can accept 419 1, 0, 151| Can. 151 The provision of an office 420 7, 2, 1510| Can. 1510 A respondent who refuses 421 7, 2, 1511| Can. 1511 If the citation was not 422 7, 2, 1514| Can. 1514 Once established, the terms 423 7, 2, 1515| Can. 1515 After the issue has been 424 7, 2, 1516| Can. 1516 After the issue has been 425 7, 2, 1517| Can. 1517 A trial begins with the 426 7, 2, 1519| Can. 1519 §1. If the guardian, curator, 427 1, 0, 152| Can. 152 Two or more incompatible 428 7, 2, 1520| Can. 1520 If the parties, without 429 7, 2, 1521| Can. 1521 Abatement takes effect by 430 7, 2, 1522| Can. 1522 Abatement extinguishes the 431 7, 2, 1523| Can. 1523 Each litigant is to bear 432 7, 2, 1526| Can. 1526 §1. The burden of proof 433 7, 2, 1527| Can. 1527 §1. Proofs of any kind which 434 7, 2, 1528| Can. 1528 If a party or a witness 435 7, 2, 1529| Can. 1529 Except for a grave cause, 436 1, 0, 153| Can. 153 §1. The provision of an 437 7, 2, 1530| Can. 1530 The judge can always question 438 7, 2, 1531| Can. 1531 §1. A party legitimately 439 7, 2, 1533| Can. 1533 The parties, the promoter 440 7, 2, 1534| Can. 1534 The provisions of cann. 441 7, 2, 1535| Can. 1535 A judicial confession is 442 7, 2, 1537| Can. 1537 After considering all the 443 7, 2, 1538| Can. 1538 A confession or any other 444 7, 2, 1539| Can. 1539 In any kind of trial, proof 445 1, 0, 154| Can. 154 An office vacant by law, 446 7, 2, 1540| Can. 1540 §1. Public ecclesiastical 447 7, 2, 1541| Can. 1541 Unless contrary and evident 448 7, 2, 1542| Can. 1542 A private document, whether 449 7, 2, 1543| Can. 1543 If the documents are shown 450 7, 2, 1544| Can. 1544 Documents do not have probative 451 7, 2, 1545| Can. 1545 The judge can order a document 452 7, 2, 1546| Can. 1546 §1. Even if documents are 453 7, 2, 1549| Can. 1549 All persons can be witnesses 454 1, 0, 155| Can. 155 A person who confers an 455 7, 2, 1551| Can. 1551 The party who has introduced 456 7, 2, 1553| Can. 1553 It is for the judge to curb 457 7, 2, 1554| Can. 1554 Before the witnesses are 458 7, 2, 1555| Can. 1555 Without prejudice to the 459 7, 2, 1556| Can. 1556 The citation of a witness 460 7, 2, 1557| Can. 1557 A witness who has been cited 461 1, 0, 156| Can. 156 The provision of any office 462 7, 2, 1560| Can. 1560 §1. Each witness must be 463 7, 2, 1561| Can. 1561 The judge, the judge’s delegate, 464 7, 2, 1562| Can. 1562 §1. The judge is to call 465 7, 2, 1563| Can. 1563 The judge is first of all 466 7, 2, 1564| Can. 1564 The questions are to be 467 7, 2, 1566| Can. 1566 Witnesses are to give testimony 468 7, 2, 1567| Can. 1567 §1. The notary is to write 469 7, 2, 1568| Can. 1568 The notary is to make mention 470 7, 2, 1569| Can. 1569 §1. At the end of the examination, 471 7, 2, 1570| Can. 1570 Although already examined, 472 7, 2, 1571| Can. 1571 Both the expenses which 473 7, 2, 1572| Can. 1572 In evaluating testimony, 474 7, 2, 1573| Can. 1573 The testimony of one witness 475 7, 2, 1575| Can. 1575 After having heard the parties 476 7, 2, 1576| Can. 1576 Experts are excluded or 477 7, 2, 1577| Can. 1577 §1. Attentive to what the 478 7, 2, 1578| Can. 1578 §1. Each of the experts 479 7, 2, 1579| Can. 1579 §1. The judge is to weigh 480 7, 2, 1580| Can. 1580 The judge must justly and 481 7, 2, 1581| Can. 1581 §1. The parties can designate 482 7, 2, 1582| Can. 1582 If, in order to decide a 483 7, 2, 1583| Can. 1583 When the visit or inspection 484 7, 2, 1584| Can. 1584 A presumption is a probable 485 7, 2, 1585| Can. 1585 A person who has a favorable 486 7, 2, 1586| Can. 1586 The judge is not to formulate 487 7, 2, 1587| Can. 1587 An incidental case arises 488 7, 2, 1588| Can. 1588 An incidental case is proposed 489 1, 0, 159| Can. 159 No one is to be presented 490 7, 2, 1590| Can. 1590 §1. If the incidental question 491 7, 2, 1591| Can. 1591 Before the principal case 492 7, 2, 1592| Can. 1592 §1. If the cited respondent 493 7, 2, 1594| Can. 1594 If the petitioner has not 494 7, 2, 1595| Can. 1595 §1. A petitioner or respondent 495 7, 2, 1597| Can. 1597 After having heard the parties, 496 7, 2, 1599| Can. 1599 §1. When everything pertaining 497 1, 0, 160| Can. 160 §1. The person who possesses 498 7, 2, 1601| Can. 1601 After the conclusion of 499 7, 2, 1603| Can. 1603 §1. When the defense briefs 500 7, 2, 1605| Can. 1605 A notary is to be present


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