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  • BOOK VII : PROCESSES
    • PART I : TRIALS IN GENERAL (Cann. 1400 - 1403)
        • TITLE III : THE DISCIPLINE TO BE OBSERVED IN TRIBUNALS (Cann. 1446 - 1475)
          • CHAPTER IV : THE PLACE OF TRIAL
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CHAPTER IV : THE PLACE OF TRIAL

Can. 1468 As far as possible, the place where each tribunal sits is to be an established office which is open at stated times.

Can. 1469 §1 A judge who is forcibly expelled from his territory or prevented from exercising jurisdiction there, can exercise his jurisdiction and deliver judgement outside the territory. The diocesan Bishop is, however, to be informed of the matter.

§2 Apart from the circumstances mentioned in §1, the judge, for a just reason and after hearing the parties, can go outside his own territory to gather evidence. This is to be done with the permission of, and in a place designated by, the diocesan Bishop of the place to which he goes.




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