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Code of Canon Law

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  • BOOK VII : PROCESSES
    • PART II : THE CONTENTIOUS TRIAL
      • SECTION I: THE ORDINARY CONTENTIOUS TRIAL
        • TITLE V: INCIDENTAL MATTERS (Cann. 1587 - 1597)
          • CHAPTER II : THE INTERVENTION OF A THIRDPARTY IN A CASE
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CHAPTER II : THE INTERVENTION OF A THIRDPARTY IN A CASE

Can. 1596 §1 Any person with a legitimate interest can be allowed to intervene in a case in any instance of the suit, either as a party defending his or her own right or, in an accessory role, to help one of the litigants.

§2 To be admitted, however, the person must, before the conclusion of the case, produce to the judge a petition which briefly establishes the right to intervene.

§3 A person who intervenes in a case is to be admitted at that stage which the case has reached. If the case has reached the evidence stage, a brief and peremptory time-limit is to be assigned within which to bring forward evidence.

Can. 1597 A third party whose intervention is seen to be necessary must be called into the case by the judge, after he has consulted the parties.




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