Ff Marriage Agreement Part 7

2.to consider that laws, regulations, safety rules, collective agreements and works contracts have effects in favour of the workers referred to in Article 60(1); CAN. 1091§ 1. In the direct line of consanguinity, marriage between all ancestors and descendants, both legitimate and natural, is invalid. 2/ Personal preparation for entry into marriage, which the spouses get rid of for the sanctity and duties of their new state; 3/ Both parties must be instructed on the purposes and essential characteristics of the marriage that neither party must exclude. § 3. A marriage between a Catholic party and an unbaptized party may be celebrated in a church or other appropriate place. CAN. 1121§ 1. After the celebration of a marriage, the parish priest of the place of celebration or the person who takes his place, even if he has not assisted in the marriage, must indicate as soon as possible the names of the spouses, the person who helped and the witnesses, as well as the place and date of the celebration of the marriage according to the method prescribed by the Episcopal Conference or the diocese. The bishop.

1. The employer shall inform the works council fully and in good time of matters relating to staff planning, including in particular current and future staffing needs and the resulting staffing measures, including the intended employment of persons who do not have an employment relationship with the employer, as well as vocational training measures on the basis of documents. It shall consult the works council on the nature and extent of the measures and means necessary to avoid harshness. § 2. Those who have caused the death of a spouse by mutual physical or moral collaboration also try to marry out of nowhere. 4. Company agreements are binding and directly applicable. The rights conferred on employees under a company agreement may only be abandoned with the agreement of the works council. Such rights cannot expire. Any time limits for the exercise of these rights shall apply only in so far as they are fixed by collective agreement or by contract of undertaking; The same applies to the reduction of the time limits for the extinguishment of rights. 1.

The central works council shall convene at least once a calendar year a meeting of the chairors and vice-chaires of the works councils and all other members of the works councils. Works councils may appoint other members not covered by the first sentence as delegates to that meeting, provided that the total number of participants allocated to it pursuant to the first sentence is not exceeded. 2. the publication or expression of opinions within the meaning of the second sentence of Article 5(1) of the MA, in so far as their application does not correspond to the particular nature of the company or establishment. In these cases, §106 to 110 and §111 to 113 apply only to the extent that they provide for total or partial remuneration of workers for financial damage resulting from modifications. § 3. Sterility does not prohibit or nullify marriage, without prejudice to the prescription of the box. .

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