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Code of Canon Law
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TITLE IV: PROOFS (Cann. 1526 - 1586)
§2 The following matters do not require proof:
1° matters which are presumed by the law itself;
2° facts alleged by one of the litigants and admitted by the other, unless their proof is nevertheless required either by law or by the judge.
§2 If a party submits that proof, which has been rejected by the judge, should be admitted, the judge is to determine the matter with maximum expedition.
Can. 1528 If a party or a witness refuses to testify before the judge, that person may lawfully be heard by another, even a lay person, appointed by the judge, or asked to make a declaration either before a public notary or in any other lawful manner.
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