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Author: Charles Martin Scanlan
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Author: Charles Martin Scanlan
Excerpt from The Clergyman's Handbook of Law: The Law of Church and Grave The three learned professions, medicine, law, and theology, overlap; and a man who does not know something of the other two can not be prominent in his own. Laws relating to Church matters are scattered through such a vast array of law books that it would be a burden for a clergyman to purchase them, and without special training he would not know where to look for the law. Therefore a law compendium covering those subjects relating to Church matters must be of great value to a clergyman. There is another view of this subject. When she was mistress of the world the laws of the Roman Empire were for the Roman citizens, particularly the patricians; the canon law was the law of the Christian people of conquered countries and the Christian plebeians of Rome. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
171 A faculty is required both for the acquisition of permanent or exclusive rights
to burial in any grave , grave space ... the Representative Body , is subject to
such conditions as to fees as may be prescribed in the rules of the Church in
Author: Norman Doe
A comprehensive and easy-to-read guide to all aspects of the law of the Church in Wales, as an organisational body and in terms of its ministry, doctrine and rites, by an author who has written extensively on the subject.
And Other Writings Illustrative of the Law of the Church Clement Y. Sturge. words
, “ And that no ... 7 and 31 ; and in Blunt's Church Law ( seventh edition ) , pp .
138-144 . Burial . BURIAL FEES . INCUMBENT's Power OVER CHURCHYARD .
Author: Clement Y. Sturge
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
"A word of explanation is due for what may seem the temerity of reprinting and publishing in a connected form matters so diverse and incongruous as have been brought together in this little volume. "The 'Points of Church Law' appeared, in answer to clerical correspondents, in the Guardian for the years 1900--1903. They deal, for the most part, with points of law in connection with parochial administration, which are continually arising, and causing doubt and difficulty to the clergy, churchwardens, and others in the performance of their duties. It is hoped that, collected under headings of the points that most frequently arise, they may be found serviceable to the clergy, and even to lawyers. They claim no higher merit than that of bringing together in a convenient form the principal authorities on each subject treated. The references to cases have been given in a more extended form than is usual, as the book is designed to meet the needs of persons who are unfamiliar with the abbreviations in use among lawyers. "The summary of the arguments in Dr. Gore's case in 1903 is also a reprint from the Guardian. The case will, of course, be found more fully reported in the pages of the Law Reports, and the columns of the Times. But it was thought that, in a case so complicated and certain to become historical, there might be room for a more popular account compiled at the time with considerable care from an official copy of the shorthand notes. The arguments have been closely followed, but for references to the authorities cited in the case the reader is referred to the reports above mentioned." --From the Preface
Re St Peter The Great , Chichester ( 1961 ] 2 513 , Con Ct . Prohibition of erection
of any buildings upon any disused burial ground - ExceptionEnlargement of the
church -- Building to be erected for parish purposes and joined to church - Hall ...
"All England law reports noted against Halsbury's Laws of England:" table pub. Oct. 23 and Dec. 4, 1952, and therafter in the 1st Report of each month. Cf. Announcement, Oct. 23, 1952.