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    Title, Canon
1 3,45 | appeal nor recourse against a sentence or decree of the Roman Pontiff.~ 2 7,259 | the text of the definitive sentence or~decree.~ 3 10,394 | state: (1) ~by a judicial sentence or administrative decree 4 16,789 | forbidden by an ecclesiastical sentence to~enter into a new marriage 5 19,932 | can be rescinded by the sentence of a judge, either~at the 6 21,985 | preparatory to a decree or a sentence.~ 7 24,1059| judgment~up to the definitive sentence unless it is evident that 8 24,1085| same effect as a definitive sentence. 2. ~Other procedural acts 9 24,1091| the judges and puts the sentence into writing.~ 10 24,1097| or, at least before the sentence, could have fulfilled their 11 24,1110| avoid a seriously unjust sentence,~with due regard for can. 12 24,1113| tribunal before passing the sentence and concerning~the various 13 24,1116| reject~the ecclesiastical sentence, if it is to be contrary 14 24,1116| observance of the ecclesiastical sentence.~ 15 24,1118| Defects which can render a sentence invalid can be introduced 16 24,1128| exercise his power and render a sentence outside that territory; 17 24,1144| place. 2. After a~definitive sentence has been issued, the procurator 18 24,1153| on which the condemnatory~sentence became an adjudged matter ( 19 24,1163| law to be defined by the sentence. 2. Whenever a petition 20 24,1177| parties have received a sentence from the judge and notified 21 24,1177| notified the arbitrators of~the sentence; it then becomes an adjudged 22 24,1177| the status of persons, the sentence may be~mandated for execution.~ 23 24,1178| otherwise, the arbitration~sentence is to be handed down within 24 24,1179| Canon 1179~1. The arbitrated sentence is to be given by majority 25 24,1179| the matter allows it, the sentence is to be written by~the 26 24,1179| in the form of a judicial sentence and~signed by each of them; 27 24,1179| the arbitrators sign the sentence.~ 28 24,1180| Unless the arbitration sentence is null because of their 29 24,1181| text of the arbitration sentence is to be~deposited within 30 24,1181| eparchial~tribunal where the sentence was given; within five days 31 24,1181| it is evident that this sentence is~null and void, the judicial 32 24,1181| evident that the arbitration sentence is null because~matters 33 24,1181| declaration. 4. The arbitration sentence~becomes an adjudged matter ( 34 24,1182| appeal from an arbitration sentence is allowed only if~the parties 35 24,1182| month. 2. An arbitration sentence against which an appeal~ 36 24,1183| injustice of the arbitration sentence is evident, the~judge who 37 24,1183| complaint of nullity against the sentence which has become an adjudged 38 24,1183| third party~against the sentence, or a request for a total 39 24,1184| execution of an arbitration sentence may take place in~those 40 24,1184| instances where a judicial sentence may be executed. 2. ~The 41 24,1184| executed. 2. ~The arbitration sentence shall be mandated for execution 42 25,1195| questions~to be answered in the sentence. 3. The decree of the judge 43 25,1265| Canon 1265~To come to a just sentence, the judge can formulate 44 25,1269| resolved by an interlocutory sentence or by a decree. ~2. On the 45 25,1269| resolved before the definitive sentence,~the judge is to decree 46 25,1270| question must be resolved by sentence, the~norms of the summary 47 25,1271| decree or the interlocutory sentence either at the request of 48 25,1272| proceed to the definitive sentence and its execution,~while 49 25,1273| use challenges against the sentence; if the respondent proves 50 25,1283| is likely that the future sentence may turn~out to be unjust 51 25,1289| the judge can pronounce sentence~at once after requesting 52 25,1290| the judge by a definitive sentence; if it is an incidental 53 25,1290| settled by an interlocutory sentence, with due regard for the 54 25,1291| pronouncement of any kind of sentence, there must be~in the mind 55 25,1291| matter to~be settled by the sentence. 2. The judge must derive 56 25,1292| dispositive part of the sentence. 4. In the discussion, however, 57 25,1292| or unable to arrive at a sentence in the first discussion, 58 25,1293| that judge will write the sentence. 2. In a collegiate tribunal 59 25,1293| or relator to write the sentence, drawing the reasons from~ 60 25,1293| to be preferred; then the sentence is to~be submitted for the 61 25,1293| individual judges. 3. The~sentence must be issued not beyond 62 25,1294| Canon 1294~A sentence must: (1) settle the controversy 63 25,1294| dispositive section of the sentence is based; (4) make~a determination 64 25,1295| of the Divine Name, the sentence must~express in sequence 65 25,1295| dispositive section of the sentence preceded~by the reasons 66 25,1296| concerning a definitive sentence~are to be adapted to an 67 25,1296| adapted to an interlocutory sentence.~ 68 25,1297| Canon 1297~The sentence is to be communicated as 69 25,1297| in which an appeal of the sentence can be place; it has~no 70 25,1298| The communication of the sentence can be made either by giving 71 25,1298| by giving a~copy of the sentence to the parties or their 72 25,1299| 1. If in the text of the sentence either an error in calculation 73 25,1299| 1295,~4 were omitted, the sentence must be corrected or completed 74 25,1299| tribunal which~issued the sentence; the parties, moreover, 75 25,1299| appended at the bottom of the sentence. 2. If any~party objects, 76 25,1300| judge, over and above the sentence,~are decrees which, if they 77 25,1301| Canon 1301~An interlocutory sentence or a decree has the force 78 25,1301| the force of a definitive sentence if it stops the trial, or 79 25,1302| to the judge before the sentence, are sanated by the~sentence 80 25,1302| sentence, are sanated by the~sentence itself if it is a case involving 81 25,1303| Canon 1303~1. A sentence is vitiated by irremediable 82 25,1303| 3) the judge passed the~sentence under duress from force 83 25,1303| judge who pronounced the~sentence within ten years from the 84 25,1303| date of publication of the~sentence.~ 85 25,1304| Canon 1304~1. A sentence is vitiated by remediable 86 25,1304| notification of~publication of the sentence.~ 87 25,1305| judge who pronounced the sentence examines the complaint of~ 88 25,1305| judge who pronounced the~sentence which is being challenged 89 25,1307| retract or amend an invalid~sentence which he has pronounced, 90 25,1309| feels aggrieved by a given sentence and likewise~the promoter 91 25,1309| the right to appeal from a~sentence to a higher judge, with 92 25,1310| room for appeal: (1) from a sentence of the Roman~Pontiff himself 93 25,1310| Apostolic Signatura; (2) from a sentence vitiated by nullity unless 94 25,1310| of can. 1306; (3) from a sentence~which has become res iudicata; ( 95 25,1310| judge or~an interlocutory sentence which does not have the 96 25,1310| the force of a definitive sentence, unless it is joined with 97 25,1310| appeal from a definitive sentence; (5) from a sentence or 98 25,1310| definitive sentence; (5) from a sentence or from a decree in a~case 99 25,1311| judge who pronounced the~sentence within the peremptory time 100 25,1311| of the publication of the~sentence. 2. If it is made orally, 101 25,1315| emendation of the challenged sentence, append a copy of this sentence, 102 25,1315| sentence, append a copy of this sentence, and indicate the reasons 103 25,1318| petitioners, and if the sentence is challenged by only one 104 25,1318| regarding one part of the sentence, the other~party can place 105 25,1318| made against all parts~of a sentence.~ 106 25,1319| suspends the execution of a sentence.~ 107 25,1320| only on whether the prior~sentence is to be confirmed or revised, 108 25,1321| to be discussed~and the sentence rendered unless perhaps 109 25,1322| if an appeal against~the sentence has not been filed within 110 25,1322| renounced; (4) if a definitive sentence has been rendered from which 111 25,1325| suspend the execution of the sentence, unless either the law provides 112 25,1326| integrum is granted against a sentence which~has become a res iudicata 113 25,1326| verified only if: (1) the sentence is so based on proofs which 114 25,1326| dispositive section of the sentence would not be sustained; ( 115 25,1326| contrary decision; (3) the sentence was~pronounced because of 116 25,1326| evidently neglected; (5) the sentence is~contrary to a preceding 117 25,1326| contrary to a preceding sentence which has become a res iudicata.~ 118 25,1327| the judge who issued the~sentence, within three months to 119 25,1327| the~communication of the sentence; but if, in the case mentioned 120 25,1328| suspends the execution~of a sentence if the execution has not 121 25,1328| delay the execution of the~sentence, the judge can decree that 122 25,1328| judge can decree that the sentence be executed but~with due 123 25,1330| from a given definitive~sentence that had been ordered for 124 25,1330| execution, can attack the same~sentence before its execution.~ 125 25,1331| tribunal~that issued the sentence for its revision or by appealing 126 25,1331| the tribunal that~gave the sentence the procedural norms for 127 25,1332| damage must derive from the sentence itself, insofar as it constitutes 128 25,1333| proves his or her right, the sentence given~earlier is to be modified 129 25,1337| Canon 1337~1. A sentence which has become a res iudicata 130 25,1337| The~judge who rendered the sentence and also the appellate judge 131 25,1337| provisional execution of a sentence which has not~yet become 132 25,1337| On the other hand if the~sentence mentioned is challenged 133 25,1337| from the execution of the sentence, the judge can suspend its 134 25,1338| can be no execution of a sentence prior to an executory~decree 135 25,1338| which it is stated that the sentence must~be executed; this decree 136 25,1338| included in the text of the~sentence or issued separately, according 137 25,1339| If the execution of the sentence demands a prior rendering 138 25,1339| the judge who passed the sentence ordering the execution.~ 139 25,1340| which the first~instance sentence was rendered, must execute 140 25,1340| rendered, must execute the sentence personally or through another. 141 25,1340| 1069, 1 the execution of a sentence belongs to the superior 142 25,1341| executor~in the text of the sentence, the executor must execute 143 25,1341| executor must execute the sentence according to the obvious 144 25,1341| from other sources that the sentence is~invalid or manifestly 145 25,1341| tribunal which issued the sentence, and~inform the parties.~ 146 25,1342| judge in the text of the~sentence, or the executor with personal 147 25,1354| due pronouncement of the sentence,~the judge immediately decides 148 25,1354| dispositive part of the sentence is to be~read at once in 149 25,1354| The complete text of the sentence with the reasons expressed~ 150 25,1355| declare the nullity of the sentence~and remand the case to the 151 26,1368| Canon 1368~1. The sentence which first declared the 152 26,1368| the communication of the sentence. 2. ~If the sentence rendered 153 26,1368| the sentence. 2. ~If the sentence rendered in favor of the 154 26,1370| Canon 1370~1. After the sentence which first declared the 155 26,1370| by decree~or by another sentence, those persons whose marriage 156 26,1370| the decree or~the second sentence has been made known to them 157 26,1370| prohibition is attached to his sentence or decree, or it is prohibited~ 158 26,1370| be observed, even if the sentence which declared the nullity 159 26,1370| not confirmed by another sentence but by a decree.~ 160 26,1371| 1371~Immediately after the sentence has been executed, the judicial~ 161 26,1372| nullity of a marriage~by a sentence, if from a document which 162 26,1374| shall decree whether~the sentence is to be confirmed or whether 163 26,1377| Canon 1377~In the sentence the parties are to be advised 164 26,1378| eparchial bishop, or by a sentence of a judge. 2. Where an~ 165 26,1378| is foreseen that a civil sentence is not contrary to divine 166 26,1387| Canon 1387~After the second sentence which has confirmed the 167 27,1408| it has been imposed by a sentence or decree, without prejudice 168 27,1428| the penalties imposed by a sentence according to the law, submit 169 27,1431| celebrated~there. 2. The sentence or the decree by which this 170 27,1432| is to be defined in the sentence or decree itself, unless~ 171 28,1479| tribunal is to~render a sentence. 2. If from the discussion 172 28,1480| dispositive part of the sentence is to be published immediately 173 28,1480| formal publication of the~sentence, which can never be deferred 174 28,1482| judge must declare this in a sentence and absolve the accused,~ 175 28,1484| has rendered a definitive~sentence in the penal trial. 2. The 176 28,1484| damages after rendering the sentence in a~penal trial even if 177 28,1485| Canon 1485~Even if the sentence rendered in the penal trial 178 29,1498| contained in a judicial sentence or an~administrative act


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