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  • BOOK VII : PROCESSES
    • PART II : THE CONTENTIOUS TRIAL
      • SECTION I: THE ORDINARY CONTENTIOUS TRIAL
        • TITLE X : JUDICIAL EXPENSES AND FREE LEGAL AID (Can. 1649)
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TITLE X : JUDICIAL EXPENSES AND FREE LEGAL AID (Can. 1649)

Can. 1649 §1 The Bishop who is responsible for governing the tribunal is to establish norms concerning:

declarations that parties are liable for the payment or reimbursement of judicial expenses;

the honorariums for advocates, experts and interpreters, and the expenses of witnesses;

the granting of free legal aid and the reduction of expenses;

the payment of damages owed by a person who not merely lost the case, but was rash in having recourse to litigation;

the money to be deposited, or the guarantee to be given, for the payment of expenses and the compensation of damages.

§2 No distinct appeal exists from a pronouncement concerning expenses, honorariums and damages. The parties can, however, have recourse within ten days to the same judge, who can change the sum involved.




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