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    Title, Canon
1 4,110 | patriarchal Church is the tribunal in~the patriarchal Church 2 4,114 | patriarchal~curia, the ordinary tribunal of the patriarchal Church, 3 4,133 | to erect a metropolitan tribunal; (4) to oversee that~the 4 6,159 | to erect a metropolitan~tribunal; (4) to oversee that the 5 12,501 | it is to be done by the tribunal of the authority immediately 6 12,501 | collected in the matter to this~tribunal and the case shall be processed 7 24,1060| contentious~cases by the tribunal designated by the Roman 8 24,1062| constitutes the~highest tribunal within the territorial boundaries 9 24,1062| with him shall constitute a tribunal; if, however, one of the 10 24,1062| permanent synod. 3. This tribunal is to judge the contentious~ 11 24,1062| against a judge~of an ordinary tribunal of the patriarchal Church.~ 12 24,1063| to establish an ordinary tribunal for the~patriarchal Church, 13 24,1063| Church, distinct from the tribunal of the patriarch's~eparchy. 14 24,1063| patriarch's~eparchy. 2. This tribunal is to have its own president, 15 24,1063| resignation from office. 3. This tribunal is the appellate tribunal 16 24,1063| tribunal is the appellate tribunal in second and~further instances 17 24,1063| in lower tribunals; this tribunal has also the rights of a 18 24,1063| rights of a metropolitan tribunal in those parts~of the patriarchal 19 24,1063| been established. 4. This tribunal is competent to judge in 20 24,1063| other cases reserved to~this tribunal by a prescription of particular 21 24,1064| 1064~1. The metropolitan tribunal which is not distinct from 22 24,1064| is not distinct from the~tribunal of the eparchy of the metropolitan 23 24,1064| metropolitan is the appellate tribunal for sentences of the eparchial 24 24,1064| appeal is to be made to the tribunal which the~metropolitan or 25 24,1065| Canon 1065~The tribunal of third instance is the 26 24,1066| eparchial bishop, the appellate tribunal judges in first instance, 27 24,1067| Canon 1067~1. A tribunal of first instance for several 28 24,1067| the Apostolic See. 2. This tribunal should be established if~ 29 24,1067| reasons to~establish his own tribunal; within the territorial 30 24,1067| if such is the case, this tribunal is to~be established by 31 24,1067| eparchies for which such a tribunal has been established,~a 32 24,1067| a collegiate eparchial tribunal cannot be established validly. ~ 33 24,1067| consented to having such~a tribunal, or an eparchial bishop 34 24,1067| bishop has over his own tribunal; if,~however, the tribunal 35 24,1067| tribunal; if,~however, the tribunal was established by the synod 36 24,1067| Church,~an appeal from this tribunal is made to the ordinary 37 24,1067| is made to the ordinary tribunal of~the patriarchal Church; 38 24,1067| cases, it is made to~the tribunal designated in a stable manner 39 24,1067| Apostolic See,~or to the tribunal designated by the Apostolic 40 24,1068| themselves to establish a common tribunal to adjudicate contentious~ 41 24,1068| suitable judges and other~tribunal officers are lacking, the 42 24,1068| they establish a common tribunal. 3. The eparchial~bishops 43 24,1068| consent to having a common tribunal are to designate~one of 44 24,1068| bishop~has over his own tribunal. 4. Appeals from sentences 45 24,1068| first instance by a common tribunal are to be made to the tribunal 46 24,1068| tribunal are to be made to the tribunal designated in a stable manner 47 24,1069| before the judge or the tribunal determined in the typicon 48 24,1069| juridic person, the eparchial tribunal~judges in first instance.~ 49 24,1070| authority establishing a tribunal shall see that the tribunal~ 50 24,1070| tribunal shall see that the tribunal~has its own statutes approved 51 24,1070| and other officers of the tribunal, the duration of their appointment, 52 24,1071| Canon 1071~Every tribunal has the right to call upon 53 24,1071| the assistance of another tribunal of any Church in order to 54 24,1074| brought into court before the tribunal of one's own~domicile or 55 24,1076| brought into court before the tribunal of the place where the~litigated 56 24,1077| brought into court before the tribunal of the place in which the 57 24,1077| agree to choose another~tribunal. 2. If the case revolves 58 24,1077| brought into court before the tribunal of the place where the obligation 59 24,1078| can be cited before~the tribunal of the place where the offense 60 24,1079| administration before the tribunal of the place where the administration 61 24,1079| pious legacies before the tribunal of the last domicile,~quasi-domicile 62 24,1080| the authority to whom the tribunal is subject consent.~ 63 24,1081| tried by one and~the same tribunal and in the same procedure.~ 64 24,1082| are equally~competent, the tribunal which first legitimately 65 24,1083| decided by the appellate tribunal of~that judge before whom 66 24,1083| If, however, the other tribunal is the appeal tribunal of 67 24,1083| other tribunal is the appeal tribunal of the first one, the controversy 68 24,1083| is~to be decided by the tribunal of the third instance for 69 24,1083| the third instance for the tribunal before which the action 70 24,1084| reserved to a collegiate tribunal of~three judges: (1) cases 71 24,1084| happens that a collegiate tribunal~cannot be established for 72 24,1085| Canon 1085~1. A collegiate tribunal must proceed as a collegial 73 24,1085| for validity. 3. If the tribunal of first instance decided 74 24,1086| judicial vicar constitutes one tribunal with the eparchial bishop, 75 24,1087| employed to form a collegiate tribunal; in other cases, the matter 76 24,1091| presides~over a collegiate tribunal insofar as this is possible. 77 24,1091| president of a collegiate tribunal must assign one of the collegiate 78 24,1092| has all the rights of the tribunal and of the~presiding judge.~ 79 24,1093| president of a collegiate tribunal can designate an auditor 80 24,1093| among the judges of the tribunal or from~among the Christian 81 24,1099| be named according to the tribunal's statutes unless the law 82 24,1107| an ordinary or delegated tribunal, even if he is competent, 83 24,1107| the authority to which the tribunal is immediately subject, 84 24,1107| against other officers of the tribunal,~the president of the collegiate 85 24,1107| president of the collegiate tribunal or the single judge~deals 86 24,1112| persons who constitute a tribunal or assist it must make a~ 87 24,1113| Canon 1113~1. Judges and tribunal personnel are always bound 88 24,1113| the judges in a~collegiate tribunal before passing the sentence 89 24,1114| Canon 1114~The judge and all tribunal officers are forbidden to 90 24,1115| Other officers of the tribunal and auditors also can be 91 24,1119| appeal to the~appellate tribunal within fifteen available 92 24,1126| Canon 1126~If the tribunal is closed on the day scheduled 93 24,1127| that it is possible, the tribunal is to be in a~permanent 94 24,1129| are being tried before a tribunal only~those persons are to 95 24,1129| respect and obedience owed the tribunal; the judge can~also suspend 96 24,1141| the authority to which the tribunal is~immediately subject permits 97 24,1142| authentic mandate to the tribunal. 2. To~prevent the extinction 98 24,1145| always be made to~the appeal tribunal.~ 99 24,1146| the authority to whom the tribunal is immediately subject if~ 100 24,1148| to be appointed in every tribunal and receive remuneration 101 24,1148| receive remuneration from that tribunal~to exercise the function 102 24,1155| exceed the competence of the tribunal approached.~ 103 24,1163| the authority to whom the tribunal is~immediately subject, 104 24,1174| entrust the~matter to the tribunal that is competent to decide 105 24,1174| heard the other parties, the tribunal is to provide by~decree 106 24,1174| brings the matter to the~tribunal which designated the arbitrators, 107 24,1175| Canon 1175~The tribunal mentioned in can. 1174, 108 24,1176| case before the competent tribunal.~ 109 24,1181| chancery of the eparchial~tribunal where the sentence was given; 110 24,1181| have recourse to~the appeal tribunal where the matter is to be 111 24,1181| have recourse to the appeal~tribunal which is to resolve the 112 25,1188| president of a collegiate tribunal has recognized both that 113 25,1188| if: (1) the judge or~the tribunal is incompetent; (2) it is 114 25,1188| libellus before the appellate tribunal or the college if it had 115 25,1194| proper to that~judge or tribunal before whom the action was 116 25,1225| with~the chancery of the tribunal so that they may be examined 117 25,1233| to be made known to the tribunal. 2. The~items of discussion 118 25,1239| must be questioned at the tribunal unless it appears otherwise 119 25,1239| difficult to come to the tribunal because of distance, illness~ 120 25,1270| resolved by decree, the tribunal~may turn the matter over 121 25,1271| cause, the~judge or the tribunal can revoke or reform the 122 25,1281| advocates to inspect at the tribunal chancery the acts which 123 25,1285| an~oral debate before the tribunal is sufficient. 2. If the 124 25,1285| The regulations of the tribunal are to be observed as regards 125 25,1287| debate take place before the tribunal to elucidate certain~questions.~ 126 25,1292| Canon 1292~1. If the tribunal is collegiate, the presiding 127 25,1292| meeting is to be~held at the tribunal unless a special reason 128 25,1292| transmitted to the~higher tribunal if there is an appeal. 5. 129 25,1293| sentence. 2. In a collegiate tribunal it is the duty of the~ponens 130 25,1293| unless, in a collegiate tribunal, the~judges set a longer 131 25,1294| controversy discussed before~the tribunal with an appropriate response 132 25,1295| who is the judge or the tribunal; who is the~petitioner, 133 25,1295| or, if it is a collegiate tribunal,~with the signatures of 134 25,1299| parties or ex officio by the tribunal which~issued the sentence; 135 25,1303| power of judging in the~tribunal in which the case was settled; ( 136 25,1313| of appeal, the appellate~tribunal should examine it most expeditiously 137 25,1315| the notary, to the higher tribunal;~if the acts are written 138 25,1315| unknown to the appellate~tribunal they are to be carefully 139 25,1315| a language~known to the tribunal and authenticated.~ 140 25,1317| justice of~the appellate tribunal unless the law provides 141 25,1325| any~time to an appellate tribunal if new and serious proofs 142 25,1325| arguments, the appellate tribunal must settle by decree whether 143 25,1325| 2. An appeal to a higher~tribunal to obtain a new presentation 144 25,1325| otherwise or the appellate tribunal orders its suspension,~in 145 25,1327| sought from the appellate tribunal within three months from 146 25,1331| filed either by asking the tribunal~that issued the sentence 147 25,1331| revision or by appealing to the~tribunal of appeals. 2. If the petition 148 25,1331| is presented before the tribunal that~gave the sentence the 149 25,1333| is to be modified by the tribunal in accordance with the~petition 150 25,1335| 1335~The statutes of the tribunal must determine norms regarding: ( 151 25,1340| authority to which the appellate~tribunal is subject, at the request 152 25,1341| refer the matter to the tribunal which issued the sentence, 153 25,1345| response to the chancery of~the tribunal within fifteen days. 2. 154 25,1347| they can present to the tribunal~a brief written statement 155 25,1354| parties. 2. However, the~tribunal can defer the decision until 156 25,1355| Canon 1355~If the appellate tribunal should discover that in 157 25,1355| and remand the case to the tribunal which passed it.~ 158 25,1356| be observed. However, the tribunal by a decree~giving the reasons, 159 26,1359| following are competent: (1) the tribunal of the place in which the 160 26,1359| was celebrated; (2) the~tribunal of the place in which the 161 26,1359| quasi-domicile; (3) the tribunal of the place in which the 162 26,1359| the respondent; (4) ~the tribunal of the place in which de 163 26,1367| consent of the parties, the tribunal~can complete the instruction 164 26,1367| and with the votum of the tribunal~and the eparchial bishop.~ 165 26,1368| officio to the appellate tribunal~within twenty days from 166 26,1368| of trial, the appellate tribunal by its own~decree is to 167 26,1369| marriage~is offered, the tribunal can admit it and judge it 168 26,1374| judge remands it to the tribunal of first instance.~ 169 26,1379| proposed, the~appellate tribunal, after hearing the parties, 170 26,1380| to the competence of the tribunal.~ 171 26,1386| be handled by it or by a~tribunal designated by it. 2. If 172 26,1386| dicastery remands the~case to a tribunal, the canons on trials in 173 28,1472| constituted as such by the higher tribunal acts as the petitioner before 174 28,1472| the petitioner before that tribunal.~ 175 28,1477| It is~the right of the tribunal to call experts who functioned 176 28,1479| has been completed, the tribunal is to~render a sentence. 177 28,1479| collect new proofs, the tribunal, delaying the decision~of 178 28,1480| published immediately unless the tribunal for a serious cause decides


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