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Contracts Between Ecclesiastical Entities According to Canon Law

Author: Joseph Clifford N Ndi
Publisher: Berlin : Logos, [2018]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Within ecclesiastical circles, both from the perspective of legal practice and ordinary relational matters between ecclesiastical entities, the theme of contract very scarcely occupies a place of prominence. It is a situation that is due on the one hand, and to a large extent, to the fact that the canonisation of civil law on contracts (c. 1290 CIC/1983) has had the consequence of transferring the preoccupation of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Ndi, Joseph Clifford N.
Contracts Between Ecclesiastical Entities According to Canon Law.
Berlin : Logos Verlag Berlin, ©2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Clifford N Ndi
ISBN: 3832590595 9783832590598
OCLC Number: 1055047748
Description: 1 online resource (334 pages)
Contents: Intro; GENERAL INTRODUCTION; A. Purpose and Goal of the Research; B. The Status Quaestionis --
Previous Research on this Topic; C. Methodology; D. Structural Set-up of the Work; CHAPTER ONE: THE NOTION OF CONTRACTS IN GENERAL; I. Unravelling the Terminological Semantics; II. Types of Contracts; III. The Form of a Contract; IV. Contracts and Juridic Acts; CHAPTER TWO: NORMS ON CONTRACT IN ECCLESIASTICAL LAW: LEGISLATIVE HISTORY; I. Pre-1917 Codification; II. CIC/ 1917; III. The Eastern Catholic Church before Vatican II; IV. The Second Vatican Council. V. Codex Iuris Canonici --
CIC/1983: Revision ExerciseCHAPTER THREE: NORMS ON CONTRACT IN ECCLESIASTICAL LAW: PRESENT FORMULATIONS; I. Codex Iuris Canonici (CIC/1983); II. CCEO/1990 on Contracts and Agreements; CHAPTER FOUR: THE ELEMENTS OF A CONTRACT; I. The Parties to a Contract; II. Consensus, Causa, l'Objet and Consideration; III. Ecclesiastical law Concerning the Contents of the Contract; CHAPTER FIVE: PROCEDURAL QUESTIONS: TOWARDS THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A CONTRACT; I. Secular Law Procedures; II. Canon Law Procedures; CHAPTER SIX: RESOLVING CONTRACTUAL CONTROVERSIES. I. Reasons for ControversiesII. Types of Controversies Related to Contracts; III. Resolution of Contract-based Conflicts and Controversies; IV. A Closer Examination of the Controversies; V.A Brief Note on Canon Law Jurisprudence and Equity; GENERAL CONCLUSION; A. Contracts, Ecclesiastical Entities and Canon Law; B. Contracts, the Ecclesiastical Entity and Civil Law; C. Resolution of Conflicts; D. Final Remarks; APPENDIX; I. Grant of Civil Legal Personality of the Diocese of Kumbo; II. Authorisation for the Creation and Opening of Catholic Health Centre, Tabenken; III. Questionnaire --
English. IV. Questionnaire --
French.
Responsibility: Joseph Clifford N. Ndi.

Abstract:

Within ecclesiastical circles, both from the perspective of legal practice and ordinary relational matters between ecclesiastical entities, the theme of contract very scarcely occupies a place of prominence. It is a situation that is due on the one hand, and to a large extent, to the fact that the canonisation of civil law on contracts (c. 1290 CIC/1983) has had the consequence of transferring the preoccupation of the entities on this matter to the domain of civil law. Besides, and still connected to the above, is the tendency to attribute a merely pastoral relevance to their relationships, with little or no reference to the juridic aspects inherent in these relationships. It is a situation that is largely responsible for the crisis which do not uncommonly characterise some of these relationships as verified over the centuries; particularly in the relationship between dioceses and religious institutes. The issuance of various papal and conciliar exhortations before and after Vatican II, as well as the normative instructions and legal provisions contained in various juridic documents, most prominently cc. 271, 520, 681 and 790 of CIC/1983, has gone a long way to dissipate some of the tensions of the past. However, the true nature of how the contractual relationship between ecclesiastical entities, including the attendant issues of conceptual understanding, civil status of ecclesiastical entities, resolution of contractual disputes, etc., remains a matter of investigative interest for the canonist. This is, in a nutshell, the substance of this research work. The conclusions arrived at offer the reader an insight into the available untapped resources within the ecclesiastical legal system, as well as some considerable possibilities which remain to be explored to the benefit of the subjects of canon law.

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