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1 6,168 | council of hierarchs, if they judge it to be expedient, can 2 10,391 | the eparchial bishop to~judge authentically concerning 3 15,633 | bishop has the right to judge any school whatever and 4 16,781 | Canon 781~If the Church must judge the validity of a marriage 5 19,932 | rescinded by the sentence of a judge, either~at the instance 6 24,1059| since he is the~supreme judge for the entire Catholic 7 24,1059| the exercise of power by a~judge who has already begun to 8 24,1059| appeal; for this reason, the judge can pursue judgment~up to 9 24,1060| himself alone has the right to judge: (1) ~patriarchs; (2) bishops 10 24,1060| regard for can. 1066, 2. 3. A judge cannot review an act or~ 11 24,1062| 3. This tribunal is to judge the contentious~cases either 12 24,1062| objections are raised against a judge~of an ordinary tribunal 13 24,1063| tribunal is competent to judge in first and in~succeeding 14 24,1066| eparchial bishop is the judge of first instance in each~ 15 24,1069| are to be heard~before the judge or the tribunal determined 16 24,1072| the incompetence of the judge is also absolute if competency 17 24,1073| instance except~before a judge who is competent in virtue 18 24,1073| 2. The incompetence of a judge who~possesses none of these 19 24,1080| Canon 1080~If a judge is not competent in virtue 20 24,1082| respondent has the right to judge the case.~ 21 24,1083| appellate tribunal of~that judge before whom the action was 22 24,1084| are to be heard by a sole judge,~unless the eparchial bishop 23 24,1084| cases to a~single clerical judge who, if possible, is to 24 24,1085| decree of the presiding judge; (3) the handing down of 25 24,1085| carried out by the presiding~judge, unless the college has 26 24,1085| judges; if, however, a single judge gave~the decision in first 27 24,1085| decided in~appeal by a single judge, except in the case mentioned 28 24,1086| eparchial bishop, but he cannot judge cases which~the eparchial 29 24,1089| 1089~In any trial a single judge can make use of two assessors 30 24,1090| together with the presiding~judge shall constitute the college. 31 24,1092| Canon 1092~A single judge has all the rights of the 32 24,1092| tribunal and of the~presiding judge.~ 33 24,1093| Canon 1093~1. A judge or the president of a collegiate 34 24,1093| according~to the mandate of the judge and to present them to him; 35 24,1093| unless~the mandate of the judge states otherwise, the auditor 36 24,1095| the eparchial bishop~to judge whether or not the public 37 24,1098| as~the law requires the judge to hear the parties or one 38 24,1098| court; (2) as often as~the judge is required to decide something 39 24,1102| states otherwise, a delegated judge may utilize the assistance 40 24,1103| outcome is perceived, the judge is not to neglect to encourage~ 41 24,1103| good of the parties, the judge should find~out whether 42 24,1104| Canon 1104~1. A competent judge is to offer his ministry 43 24,1104| legitimately requesting it. 2. A judge cannot adjudicate any~case 44 24,1105| taken part in a case as a judge, promoter of~justice, defender 45 24,1105| resolve the~same case as a judge or act as an assessor in 46 24,1106| Canon 1106~1. A judge is not to undertake the 47 24,1106| adjudication of a case in~which the judge may have some interest due 48 24,1107| objection is lodged against the judge of either an ordinary or 49 24,1107| eparchial bishop is the judge and an objection is lodged~ 50 24,1107| collegiate tribunal or the single judge~deals with this exception.~ 51 24,1109| 2. The acts posited by a judge~prior to an objection are 52 24,1110| private individuals only, a judge~can proceed only at the 53 24,1110| legitimately introduced, however, a judge can and must proceed,~even 54 24,1110| souls. 2. ~Furthermore, a judge can supply for the negligence 55 24,1113| this kind might arise, the judge can bind the witnesses, 56 24,1114| Canon 1114~The judge and all tribunal officers 57 24,1115| their office as~above; the judge can also punish all of them.~ 58 24,1116| Canon 1116~If the judge foresees that the petitioner 59 24,1118| stage or grade of a trial; a~judge can likewise declare them 60 24,1119| against the competence of the~judge, the same judge must deal 61 24,1119| competence of the~judge, the same judge must deal with the matter. 62 24,1119| relative incompetence, if the judge finds~for competence, the 63 24,1119| third party. 3. But if the judge finds~for incompetence, 64 24,1120| Canon 1120~A judge who becomes aware of his 65 24,1122| try them separately or the~judge deems it more appropriate 66 24,1124| limits can be extended by the judge for a just cause after hearing 67 24,1124| parties agree. 3. ~But the judge is to see to it that the 68 24,1125| of procedural acts, the judge must determine them taking 69 24,1128| Canon 1128~1. A judge who has been forcibly expelled 70 24,1128| informed of this fact by the judge. 2. Besides the case mentioned 71 24,1128| after hearing the parties, a~judge can travel outside his own 72 24,1129| court whom the law or the~judge decides are necessary to 73 24,1129| giving a warning in vain, a judge can punish with appropriate~ 74 24,1129| obedience owed the tribunal; the judge can~also suspend advocates 75 24,1130| which is not~known by the judge or the parties, a sworn 76 24,1130| interpreter designated~by the judge is to be employed; their 77 24,1130| interrogated, unless the judge perhaps prefers that the 78 24,1132| noted in the acts; both the judge and~the notary are to attest 79 24,1133| without a mandate from the judge. 3. ~Anonymous letters are 80 24,1135| trial when the law or the judge prescribes it.~ 81 24,1136| guardians or curators. 2. If the~judge decides that their rights 82 24,1136| curator appointed~by the judge. 3. But in spiritual cases 83 24,1136| curator appointed by the judge. 4. Those deprived of the 84 24,1136| the prescription of the judge; in all other cases they 85 24,1137| admitted by an ecclesiastical judge~after having heard the eparchial 86 24,1137| not appear admissible,~the judge shall designate a guardian 87 24,1139| respond personally unless the judge has decided that the services 88 24,1139| accused or given by the judge. 3. In a contentious trial 89 24,1139| for marriage cases, the judge is to appoint ex~officio 90 24,1142| of a right, however, the judge can admit a~procurator without 91 24,1142| peremptory time limits set by the judge.~ 92 24,1144| be informed and that the judge and the~opposing party be 93 24,1145| expelled~from the trial by the judge by means of a decree either 94 24,1146| agreement is null and the judge can~punish them with a fine; 95 24,1153| not been notified of the judge's~decree of execution within 96 24,1156| petitioner before the same judge in the same trial either 97 24,1157| is to be presented to the judge before~whom the first action 98 24,1158| its sequestration from the judge. 2. In similar circumstances 99 24,1161| Canon 1161~The judge, in granting sequestration 100 24,1163| support of a person, the judge, having heard the parties, 101 24,1163| obtain this decree, the judge, after having heard the 102 24,1163| such authority is not the~judge himself, or, if a person 103 24,1163| prefers, to the appellate judge~who likewise shall determine 104 24,1167| on a regular basis, the judge is not to carry out the~ 105 24,1177| received a sentence from the judge and notified the arbitrators 106 24,1182| to be lodged before~the judge who issued the decree of 107 24,1182| notification; if, however, another judge is competent to~receive 108 24,1183| sentence is evident, the~judge who issued the decree of 109 25,1185| libellus to a competent judge, which explains the object 110 25,1185| requests the services of the judge.~ 111 25,1186| Canon 1186~1. The judge may accept an oral petition 112 25,1186| in either situation the judge is to require the notary 113 25,1187| 1) express before~which judge the case is being introduced, 114 25,1188| 1188~1. After the single judge or the president of a collegiate 115 25,1188| rejected only if: (1) the judge or~the tribunal is incompetent; ( 116 25,1188| again present it to the same judge. 4. A party is~always free 117 25,1189| presentation of the libellus the judge~has not issued a decree 118 25,1189| party can insist that the judge fulfill his~duty; but if 119 25,1189| fulfill his~duty; but if the judge, nevertheless, remains silent 120 25,1190| libellus of the~petitioner the judge or president must either 121 25,1190| themselves personally before the judge in order to join the~issues. 122 25,1190| the written responses the judge perceives~that it is necessary 123 25,1190| present themselves before the judge in order to proceed with~ 124 25,1191| for serious reasons the judge determines that the~libellus 125 25,1194| have~appeared before the judge to pursue the case: (1) 126 25,1194| case becomes proper to that~judge or tribunal before whom 127 25,1194| jurisdiction of a delegated~judge is firmly established so 128 25,1195| specified by the decree of the judge. 2. The~petitions and responses 129 25,1195| declaration made orally before the~judge; in more difficult cases, 130 25,1195| be~called together by the judge to specify the question 131 25,1195| sentence. 3. The decree of the judge is~to be made known to the 132 25,1195| days make recourse to that~judge that it be changed; however, 133 25,1195| expeditiously by a decree of that judge.~ 134 25,1198| litis) has occurred, the~judge is to furnish the parties 135 25,1199| the case is concluded, the judge must~proceed to the final 136 25,1200| interim. 2. However, the judge is to appoint another guardian 137 25,1200| as soon~as possible; the judge can appoint a procurator 138 25,1200| time period~stated by the judge.~ 139 25,1205| party, and admitted~by the judge.~ 140 25,1206| renunciation admitted by the judge has the same effects concerning 141 25,1207| demanded by the law or by the judge.~ 142 25,1208| a proof rejected by the judge be admitted, the judge~is 143 25,1208| the judge be admitted, the judge~is to determine the matter 144 25,1209| refuses to appear before the judge to~testify, it is permitted 145 25,1209| a person assigned by the judge or to seek the person's 146 25,1210| for a serious cause, the judge is not to proceed to gather~ 147 25,1211| Canon 1211~The judge can always interrogate the 148 25,1211| effectively; in fact the judge must do so at the request 149 25,1212| to~answer, it is for the judge to evaluate what can be 150 25,1213| persuades otherwise, the judge is to administer an oath 151 25,1213| public~good is at stake; the judge, in accord with prudential 152 25,1214| bond~can present to the judge items on which a party is 153 25,1216| made before a competent judge, whether spontaneously or 154 25,1216| upon~interrogation by the judge.~ 155 25,1217| force to be evaluated by the judge along with~the other circumstances 156 25,1218| circumstances, it is for the judge to~evaluate the worth of 157 25,1223| party or recognized~by the judge has the same probative force 158 25,1223| is to be evaluated by the~judge together with other aspects 159 25,1224| such defect, it is for the judge~to assess whether such documents 160 25,1225| they may be examined by the~judge and the opposing party.~ 161 25,1226| Canon 1226~The judge can order that a document 162 25,1227| above-mentioned hazards~the judge can decree that it be produced.~ 163 25,1228| under the supervision of the judge.~ 164 25,1229| Canon 1229~1. When the judge legitimately interrogates 165 25,1231| reason of a decree of the judge which declares such a~hearing 166 25,1231| parties in the trial; the judge and assistants,~the advocate 167 25,1233| the time limit set by the~judge; otherwise the petition 168 25,1234| Canon 1234~It is the judge's responsibility to curb 169 25,1235| prudent assessment of the~judge, that cannot be done without 170 25,1237| done by a decree of the judge made~known to the witness 171 25,1238| to appear or inform the~judge of the reason for the absence.~ 172 25,1239| otherwise appropriate to the judge. 2. Bishops and those~who, 173 25,1239| themselves select. 3. The judge is~to decide where those 174 25,1240| of witnesses unless~the judge believes that they must 175 25,1240| procurators may assist unless the judge believes that the process 176 25,1241| in a~serious matter the judge can bring them together 177 25,1242| witness is conducted by the judge, a delegate or an auditor, 178 25,1242| to the witness but to the judge or~the person taking the 179 25,1242| or~the person taking the judge's place who is to ask them, 180 25,1243| Canon 1243~1. The judge is to call to the attention 181 25,1243| only the truth. ~2. The judge is to administer the oath 182 25,1244| Canon 1244~The judge, first of all, is to establish 183 25,1244| identity of the~witness; the judge should seek out what is 184 25,1244| regarding the case, the judge is also to~inquire about 185 25,1246| affirmed with certainty, the~judge may advise the witness of 186 25,1250| signed by the witness, the judge and the notary.~ 187 25,1251| published;~this is true if the judge believes such a reexamination 188 25,1252| equitable assessment of the judge, witnesses~must be compensated 189 25,1253| letters if need be, the judge should consider: (1) the 190 25,1255| prescription of the law or a judge.~ 191 25,1256| the responsibility of the judge either to name experts after 192 25,1258| forward by the litigants, the judge is to specify by a~decree 193 25,1258| hearing~the expert, the judge should fix the time within 194 25,1259| from~the others unless the judge orders that one report be 195 25,1259| expert can~be summoned by the judge to supply further explanations 196 25,1260| Canon 1260~1. The judge is to weigh attentively 197 25,1260| reasons for the~decision, the judge must express what considerations 198 25,1261| justly and equitably by the judge with~due regard for particular 199 25,1262| must be approved by the judge. 2. If the judge admits 200 25,1262| by the judge. 2. If the judge admits them, private~experts 201 25,1263| order to settle a case the judge considers it opportune to~ 202 25,1265| to a just sentence, the judge can formulate presumptions~ 203 25,1268| writing or orally before the~judge who in competent to settle 204 25,1269| Canon 1269~1. The judge, having received the petition 205 25,1269| On the other hand, if the judge decides that the incidental~ 206 25,1269| definitive sentence,~the judge is to decree that it will 207 25,1270| be observed, unless the judge decides otherwise given 208 25,1271| there is just cause, the~judge or the tribunal can revoke 209 25,1272| accordance with can. 1190, 1, the judge is to declare~the respondent 210 25,1272| issuing the decree, the judge must have proof that~the 211 25,1273| of can.~1283; however the judge is to take care that the 212 25,1274| suitable excuse: (1) the judge is to cite the petitioner~ 213 25,1276| case must present to the judge a libellus briefly~demonstrating 214 25,1277| hearing the parties, the judge must summon to the trial 215 25,1278| against another or by a~judge against one of the parties 216 25,1279| law itself, therefore the judge must~decide on its revocation; 217 25,1279| question is not proposed to the judge.~ 218 25,1280| expeditiously before~the same judge of the main case if the 219 25,1280| if it is introduced by a~judge.~ 220 25,1281| have been collected the judge by a decree~must, under 221 25,1281| very serious dangers, the judge can decree that a given 222 25,1281| additional proofs to the judge; when these have been collected 223 25,1281| decree mentioned in 1~if the judge thinks it necessary.~ 224 25,1282| or the time set by the judge for proposing proofs has 225 25,1282| proofs has expired, or the judge declares that the case is~ 226 25,1282| sufficiently instructed. 3. The judge is to issue a decree~that 227 25,1283| conclusion of the case, the judge can still call~the same 228 25,1283| admitted. 2. However, the judge~can order or allow that 229 25,1284| conclusion of the case, the judge is to determine an~appropriate 230 25,1285| be in writing~unless the judge with the consent of the 231 25,1285| prior authorization of the judge is required but~with the 232 25,1286| period of time set by the judge. 2. This~right is granted 233 25,1286| once unless it seems to the~judge that it must be granted 234 25,1287| information given to the~judge by the parties or the advocates 235 25,1287| been done in writing, the judge can determine that moderate~ 236 25,1288| 1287, 2, so that, if the judge orders it or if a~party 237 25,1288| party requests it and the judge consents, the notary can 238 25,1289| and the conscience of the judge, the judge can pronounce 239 25,1289| conscience of the judge, the judge can pronounce sentence~at 240 25,1290| case, it is settled by the judge by a definitive sentence; 241 25,1291| must be~in the mind of the judge moral certitude regarding 242 25,1291| by the sentence. 2. The judge must derive this certitude 243 25,1291| proofs. 3. However, the judge~must evaluate the proofs 244 25,1291| of certain~proofs. 4. A judge who cannot arrive at this 245 25,1292| collegiate, the presiding judge of the~college is to determine 246 25,1292| conclusions of the individual judge are to be made known~in 247 25,1292| leadership of the presiding judge, especially in order to 248 25,1292| discussion, however, each judge has the right~to retract 249 25,1292| conclusions; on the other hand, a~judge who does not wish to accede 250 25,1293| 1. If there is only one judge, that judge will write the 251 25,1293| is only one judge, that judge will write the sentence. 252 25,1295| express in sequence who is the judge or the tribunal; who is 253 25,1295| with~the signature of the judge or, if it is a collegiate 254 25,1297| with the permission of~the judge.~ 255 25,1300| other pronouncements of a judge, over and above the sentence,~ 256 25,1302| not been denounced to the judge before the sentence, are 257 25,1303| 1) it~was rendered by a judge who is absolutely incompetent; ( 258 25,1303| case was settled; (3) the judge passed the~sentence under 259 25,1303| way of action before the judge who pronounced the~sentence 260 25,1305| Canon 1305~The judge who pronounced the sentence 261 25,1305| the party fears that the judge who pronounced the~sentence 262 25,1305| can demand that another judge be substituted according 263 25,1307| right to intervene. ~2. A judge himself can ex officio retract 264 25,1309| from a~sentence to a higher judge, with due regard for the 265 25,1310| 4) from the decree of a judge or~an interlocutory sentence 266 25,1311| must be filed before the judge who pronounced the~sentence 267 25,1314| its being filed~before the judge to whom it is directed, 268 25,1314| is directed, unless the judge from~whom appeal is made 269 25,1315| the services of the higher judge for the~emendation of the 270 25,1315| appeal. 2. Meanwhile~the judge from whom the appeal is 271 25,1316| appeal either before the judge from whom the~appeal is 272 25,1316| being made or before the judge to whom the appeal is~directed 273 25,1323| res iudicata, which the judge can declare ex officio to 274 25,1327| must be sought from the judge who issued the~sentence, 275 25,1328| execution of the~sentence, the judge can decree that the sentence 276 25,1329| integrum is granted, the judge must pronounce on~the merits 277 25,1336| fifteen days to the same judge who can adjust the~assessment.~ 278 25,1337| prescription of can. 1328. 2. The~judge who rendered the sentence 279 25,1337| sentence and also the appellate judge if~an appeal has been filed, 280 25,1337| is challenged and if the judge who must take~cognizance 281 25,1337| execution of the sentence, the judge can suspend its execution 282 25,1338| executory~decree of the judge in which it is stated that 283 25,1339| which must be decided by~the judge who passed the sentence 284 25,1342| to do something else, the judge in the text of the~sentence, 285 25,1344| gathered at~once by the judge. 2. The documents on which 286 25,1345| has been fruitless, the judge, if he believes that~the 287 25,1346| respondent demand it, that judge is to~set a time limit for 288 25,1347| and 1346~have expired, the judge, after having examined the 289 25,1347| of the doubt; next, the judge is to~cite to a hearing, 290 25,1347| must be~present at it; the judge is to attach the formulation 291 25,1351| norm of can. 1110 can the judge admit~proofs which have 292 25,1351| witness has been~heard, the judge can decree new proofs only 293 25,1354| pronouncement of the sentence,~the judge immediately decides the 294 26,1358| decided by the ecclesiastical judge when they arise as incidental 295 26,1362| successful outcome, the judge is to use pastoral means 296 26,1363| accepted,~the presiding judge or the ponens is to proceed 297 26,1363| communication, the presiding judge or~the ponens is to determine 298 26,1363| the decree, the presiding judge or the ponens is to arrange~ 299 26,1365| accordance with can. 1217, 2,~the judge is to use witnesses regarding 300 26,1366| due to mental illness,~the judge is to use the services of 301 26,1369| tribunal can admit it and judge it as if in first~instance.~ 302 26,1372| the judicial vicar or a~judge designated by him, omitting 303 26,1373| this declaration to the judge of second instance, to whom 304 26,1374| Canon 1374~The judge in second instance, with 305 26,1374| law; and in that~case the judge remands it to the tribunal 306 26,1378| bishop, or by a sentence of a judge. 2. Where an~ecclesiastical 307 26,1378| effects of marriage, the judge~can determine if is sufficient, 308 26,1381| successful outcome, the judge is to use pastoral~means 309 27,1402| the coercive power of the judge in the~instances mentioned 310 27,1409| in preceptive terms, the judge, in accord with his own~ 311 27,1409| within~the time set by the judge; otherwise such a one shall 312 27,1409| not provide otherwise, the judge cannot impose the penalties 313 27,1413| eparchial bishop or the judge decides in~special cases 314 27,1415| extenuating circumstance, the judge must~mitigate the penalty 315 27,1416| aggravating circumstance, the judge can punish the offender 316 27,1417| according to the prudence of the judge, by other penalties of the 317 27,1444| oath lied knowingly to a judge who~lawfully questioned 318 28,1468| this person cannot act as a judge in the matter,~if a penal 319 28,1472| libellus of accusation to~the judge according to the norms of 320 28,1474| Canon 1474~The judge must invite the accused, 321 28,1474| without result, the same judge is to appoint ex officio 322 28,1481| propose an appeal even if the judge dismisses him as absolved, 323 28,1481| facultative~or because the judge used the power mentioned 324 28,1482| perpetrated by the accused, the~judge must declare this in a sentence 325 28,1484| delays in a penal trial, the judge can~postpone a trial for 326 28,1484| the penal trial. 2. The judge who does this must~take

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