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Code of Canon Law

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  • BOOK VII : PROCESSES
    • PART III : CERTAIN SPECIAL PROCESSES
        • TITLE I: MATRIMONIAL PROCESSES (Cann. 1671 - 1707)
          • CHAPTER I : CASES CONCERNING THE DECLARATION OF NULLITY OF MARRIAGE
            • ARTICLE 7: GENERAL NORMS
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ARTICLE 7: GENERAL NORMS

Can. 1689 In the judgement the parties are to be reminded of the moral, and also the civil, obligations by which they may be bound, both towards one another and in regard to the support and upbringing of their children.

Can. 1690 Cases for the declaration of nullity of marriage cannot be dealt with by the oral contentious process.

Can. 1691 In other matters concerning the conduct of the process, the canons concerning judicial powers in general and concerning the ordinary contentious process are to be applied, unless the nature of the case demands otherwise; the special norms concerning cases dealing with the status of persons and cases pertaining to the public good are also to be observed.




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