Canonum De Ius Positivum
Canons of Positive Law

one heaven iconI.   Introductory Provisions

1.1 Introductory Provisions

Article 2 - Positive Law

Canon 1416 (link)

No law may exist, be written or enforced unless it conforms to body of Canon laws preceding this Canon known as Astrum Iuris Divini Canonum in accordance with Pactum De Singularis Caelum.

Canon 1417 (link)

Positive Law is the laws that are enacted by men and women through proper authority in accordance with these canons for the government of a society. As Positive Law ultimately refers to physical objects and living beings, all valid Positive Law may be said to be derived from Natural Law.

Canon 1418 (link)

A Positive Law cannot abrogate, suspend, nor change a Natural Law. Nor is it possible for a Positive Law or Natural Law to abrogate, suspend or change a Divine Law.

Canon 1419 (link)

All Positive Law established in accordance with these canons are by Statutes of Juridic Persons within the limits of their established authority. No valid Positive Law issued in accordance with these canons may create or alter Divine, Natural or Original Positive Law.

Canon 1420 (link)

A Positive Law is established and takes force when it is promulgated in accordance with these canons.

Canon 1421 (link)

All Positive Law may be defined by four (4) Foundations including: Concepts, Principles, Operation and Result and nineteen (19) Primary Systems including Ecclesiastical Law, Administrative Law, Life & Ethics, Food & Drugs, Knowledge, Obligation & Agreement, Property & Succession, Money & Trade, Language, Civilizations, Entities, Religion, Sacred Texts, Treaties, Rites and Customs, Sacred Office, Divine Sacraments and Time/Places.

Canon 1422 (link)

When anyone references, writes or speaks of Positive Law it shall mean these canons and no other.