Condizione esplicita e consenso implicitamente condizionato nel matrimonio canonico

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Nel CIC 1983 e stato introdotto per diritto positivo il capo di nullita per apposizione di una condizione del futuro, mentre e stata soppressa nel can. 1102 la categoria tradizionale delle condizioni contra substantiam matrimonii, ritenendola compresa nel can. 1101 sulle esclusioni per atto positivo di volonta... Questo studio ricerca il punto di convergenza che dia unita alle alle diverse fattispecie nel cui fondo si puo individuare sempre un consenso condizionato. Myriam Tinti, 1952, ha conseguito il dottorato con la presente tesi sotto la direzione del P. Urbano Navarrete presso la Pontificia Universita Gregoriana
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What should be done in a vacant diocese, and what should be left for the next bishop? Fortunately, legal questions about the administration of a vacant diocese have clear answers. This dissertation answers questions about the diocesan administrator’s power to ordain deacons, to approve the alienation of parish goods, to grant permissions to religious, and to continue initiatives begun by the former bishop. The work also explains to what extent the diocesan administrator can prosecute delicts, change the diocesan curia, take out loans, and represent the diocese in a trial.The clear answers come from four principles foundational to the law of the vacant see, principles inherent in the canonical tradition and in a vacant diocese’s basic situation. In this light, canon 428 §1,sede vacante nihil innovetur, has a clear interpretation and a legal effect distinct from §2 of the same canon. Together, §1 and §2 of canon 428 give firm answers for diocesan administrators, but answers which also respect different questions’ unique features. Also considered are differences between apostolic administrators sede vacante and diocesan administrators. An analysis of over 30 recent decrees from the Roman Curia shows that most apostolic administrators can do what diocesan administrators cannot. Finally, the dissertation gives guidelines for prudent sede vacante administration. Since a sociological study has uncovered patterns in how long dioceses in the United States of America remain vacant, sede vacante law suggests that one should administer vacant archdioceses differently than vacant dioceses. 
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