Corpus Juris Canonici


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Corpus Juris Canonici

(kəˈnɒnɪˌsaɪ)
n
(Roman Catholic Church) RC Church the official compilation of canon law published by authority of Gregory XIII in 1582, superseded by the Codex Juris Canonici in 1918. See also Clementines, Decretals, Decretum, Extravagantes, Sext, Codex Juris Canonici
[Medieval Latin, literally: body of canon law]
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Aunque sucintamente, plantea cuestiones redaccionales, textuales, contextuales y recorridos posteriores de la obra de Alfonso el Sabio, y sus relaciones tanto con el Derecho Comun (Corpus Juris Civiles y Corpus Juris Canonici son sus respectivas glosas), como con los Codigos Espanoles (Fuero Juzgo, Ordenamiento de Alcala, Ordenanzas Reales, entre otros) y el ambito foral.
Professors of law made detailed examination of the Corpus juris civilis and Corpus juris canonici.
Caffarra was referring to the Corpus Juris Canonici, which only said that "those who afflict men or women with magical means or poison so that they become unable to procreate, to conceive or to give birth to a child, and do so inspired by hate or enmity, should be considered murderers.