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Robert Laczko wrote:

Hi Everyone!

I need some help. I study canonical law and need a book I can't buy because it's too expensive for me. If anyone could help me find a copy in scanned form, I would be very grateful. This is the book:

Many thanks for reading my message.

Robert L.

  { Can you help me find a scanned form of this book on Canon Law, it's too expensive to buy? }

Mike replied:

Dear Robert,

Your e-mail falls outside the scope of our work of clarifying misperceptions about the Church but our priest helper, Fr. Jonathan, who is a canon lawyer maybe able to make some suggestions.

I noticed your e-mail is from Hungary. I don't know much about the Catholic Church in Hungary but, again, maybe Fr. Jonathan has some ideas.

I personally think it will be hard, if not impossible, to find a scanned PDF document covering eight volumes of Canon law, unless you find a company that would be willing to scan a physical copy for you. Touch base with your local diocese.

Maybe you can e-mail Amazon and ask them what is possible.

Mike

Fr. Jonathan replied:

Hi, Robert —

I have that in my library but I do not know if there is an on-line version. It is published jointly by Wilson and Lafleur in Canada and the Midwest Theological Forum in Chicago.

It is essentially a translation of an earlier Spanish commentary done by the University of Navarra in Spain.

That is the best I can do.

Fr. Jonathan

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