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Code of Canon Law
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TITLE IV: THE OFFENCE OF FALSEHOOD (Cann. 1390 - 1391)
Can. 1390 §1 A person who falsely denounces a confessor of the offence mentioned in can. 1387 to an ecclesiastical Superior, incurs a latae sententiae interdict and, if a cleric, he incurs also a suspension.
§2 A person who calumniously denounces an offence to an ecclesiastical Superior, or otherwise injures the good name of another, can be punished with a just penalty, not excluding a censure.
§3 The calumniator can also be compelled to make appropriate amends.
1° a person who composes a false public ecclesiastical document, or who changes or conceals a genuine one, or who uses a false or altered one
2° a person who in an ecclesiastical matter uses some other false oraltered document;
3° a person who, in a public ecclesiastical document, asserts something false.
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