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    Title, Canon
1 3,45 | recourse against a sentence or decree of the Roman Pontiff.~ 2 4,142 | the new patriarch issues a~decree on the matter.~ 3 4,146 | resolve the doubt or issue a decree~modifying the boundaries.~ 4 7,237 | eparchial bishop issues a~decree on the matter.~ 5 7,259 | the definitive sentence or~decree.~ 6 8,314 | committed to him by~showing the decree of appointment to him who 7 10,394 | sentence or administrative decree which declares~the invalidity 8 12,434 | recognized as such by its decree; of patriarchal~right if 9 12,434 | bishop but has not obtained a decree of recognition from the 10 12,436 | act~of erection or to the decree given according to the typicon, 11 12,438 | monastery can be suppressed by a decree given by the superior of~ 12 12,500 | is~competent to issue a decree of dismissal, either of 13 12,500 | those mentioned~in 1. 4. The decree of dismissal cannot be executed 14 12,501 | Canon 501~1. The decree of dismissal shall be communicated 15 12,501 | suspensive effect, or, unless~the decree of dismissal has been confirmed 16 12,501 | the recourse against the decree of dismissal belongs to 17 12,501 | which has confirmed the decree~of dismissal. The superior 18 12,501 | superior who has rendered the decree of dismissal shall hand 19 12,505 | recognized as such by a decree of the same; of~patriarchal 20 12,505 | it has not obtained the decree of recognition from the 21 12,505 | recognized as such by a decree of the same; (2) of patriarchal 22 12,505 | recognized as such by his decree,~and it has not obtained 23 12,505 | and it has not obtained a decree of recognition from the 24 12,505 | and it has not obtained a decree of recognition from the~ 25 12,506 | of patriarchal right by a decree of the~patriarch, after 26 12,514 | office, unless the statutes decree differently for~the superior 27 12,521 | novitiate shall be done by a decree of the superior general 28 12,552 | A recourse~against the decree of dismissal has suspensive 29 12,568 | institute is dismissed by a decree~issued in accordance with 30 12,568 | the statutes; however the decree cannot~be executed unless 31 13,573 | authority, or approved by the decree of the same authority, are~ 32 15,613 | Canon 613~Against the decree of a hierarch forbidding 33 16,864 | separating in virtue of a decree of the local hierarch, or 34 19,921 | competent authority granted~by decree. 2. By the law itself Churches 35 20,936 | is constituted or in the decree of a competent authority. 36 20,940 | it can be rescinded by a~decree of the competent authority 37 20,974 | from office either by a decree legitimately issued by a 38 20,974 | order to be~effective the decree of removal must be communicated 39 20,977 | the law itself, but by a decree of the competent authority, 40 21,985 | which are preparatory to a decree or a sentence.~ 41 22,997 | himself to be injured by a decree can make~recourse to the 42 22,997 | of the one who gave the decree~according to the norm of 43 22,998 | someone feels injured by~a decree, there not be a dispute 44 22,998 | person and the~author of the decree but that they seek to find 45 22,998 | voluntary emendation of the~decree or through just compensation 46 22,999 | revocation or emendation of the decree in writing from its author~ 47 22,999 | from legal notice of the~decree; when such a petition is 48 22,999 | of the execution of the decree is~also being petitioned. 49 22,999 | revocation or emendation of a decree does not bind if it concerns~ 50 22,999 | first recourse against a decree mentioned in can. 997, 2, 51 22,1000| suspends the execution of the~decree, the petition also has the 52 22,1000| petition, the author of the decree suspends its execution, 53 22,1000| is~proposed against the decree within the stated period 54 22,1001| revocation or emendation of the~decree is permitted, from the day 55 22,1001| permitted, from the day the decree is made known the~party 56 22,1001| author amended the prior decree or rejected~the petition, 57 22,1001| from the~day on which the decree is made known to the party.~ 58 22,1002| superior authority must issue a decree by which the recourse~is 59 22,1002| petitions~in writing that the decree be made, from the thirtieth 60 22,1002| rejected on that day by a~decree, and a new recourse can 61 22,1003| against an administrative decree can. 1517 is to be~observed 62 22,1004| to confirm or declare the decree null, but also to rescind~ 63 22,1005| Canon 1005~Even if a decree from a superior authority 64 22,1005| the one who gave the first~decree should respond; the superior 65 22,1005| damages which arose from its decree.~ 66 22,1006| eparchy of the~patriarch or a decree by which the patriarch has 67 24,1085| settlement of~recourse against a decree of the presiding judge; ( 68 24,1090| expressed for validity in a~decree.~ 69 24,1117| determined in a special~decree which states the reasons.~ 70 24,1145| the judge by means of a decree either ex officio or at 71 24,1153| notified of the judge's~decree of execution within the 72 24,1153| through an extra-judicial~decree.~ 73 24,1163| parties, may~determine, by a decree to be executed immediately, 74 24,1163| of justice~to obtain this decree, the judge, after having 75 24,1174| tribunal is to provide by~decree for the selection. 2. The 76 24,1175| shall resolve the matter by~decree; if it upholds the objection, 77 24,1177| arise are to be resolved by~decree of the arbitrators. 2. If, 78 24,1181| through another is to issue a decree of confirmation to be communicated~ 79 24,1181| vicar refuses~to issue the decree, the interested party may 80 24,1181| iudicata) as soon as the decree~of confirmation is issued, 81 24,1182| the judge who issued the decree of confirmation within ten 82 24,1183| the~judge who issued the decree of confirmation shall hear 83 25,1188| soon as possible through a decree. 2. A libellus~introducing 84 25,1189| the judge~has not issued a decree by which he accepts or rejects 85 25,1190| Canon 1190~1. In the decree which accepts the introductory 86 25,1190| can be determined in a new decree. 2. If the introductory~ 87 25,1190| the~norm of can. 1189, the decree of citation must be made 88 25,1191| Canon 1191~1. The decree of citation to the trial 89 25,1195| parties are specified by the decree of the judge. 2. The~petitions 90 25,1195| in the sentence. 3. The decree of the judge is~to be made 91 25,1195| most expeditiously by a decree of that judge.~ 92 25,1196| serious reason through a new decree at the request of one party 93 25,1227| above-mentioned hazards~the judge can decree that it be produced.~ 94 25,1231| be heard by reason of a decree of the judge which declares 95 25,1237| of a witness is done by a decree of the judge made~known 96 25,1258| judge is to specify by a~decree the individual points on 97 25,1263| should~be specified in a decree which describes in summary 98 25,1269| interlocutory sentence or by a decree. ~2. On the other hand, 99 25,1269| sentence,~the judge is to decree that it will be considered 100 25,1270| if it must be resolved by decree, the tribunal~may turn the 101 25,1271| can revoke or reform the decree or the interlocutory sentence 102 25,1272| from the trial and is to decree that the~case should proceed 103 25,1272| 2. Before issuing the decree, the judge must have proof 104 25,1281| collected the judge by a decree~must, under pain of nullity, 105 25,1281| serious dangers, the judge can decree that a given act is not 106 25,1281| occasion for repeating the decree mentioned in 1~if the judge 107 25,1282| The judge is to issue a decree~that the conclusion of the 108 25,1299| must always be heard~and a decree appended at the bottom of 109 25,1299| question is to be settled by decree.~ 110 25,1301| interlocutory sentence or a decree has the force of a definitive 111 25,1310| res iudicata; (4) from the decree of a judge or~an interlocutory 112 25,1310| from a sentence or from a decree in a~case in which the law 113 25,1325| tribunal must settle by decree whether a new presentation 114 25,1328| sentence, the judge can decree that the sentence be executed 115 25,1338| sentence prior to an executory~decree of the judge in which it 116 25,1338| sentence must~be executed; this decree is to be included in the 117 25,1345| order within three days~by a decree appended to the bottom of 118 25,1351| been~heard, the judge can decree new proofs only in accordance 119 25,1356| However, the tribunal by a decree~giving the reasons, can 120 26,1363| the communication of the decree of citation according to 121 26,1363| doubts~within ten days by a decree ex officio and notify the 122 26,1363| the communication~of the decree, the presiding judge or 123 26,1363| instruction of the case by a new decree if the parties~were not 124 26,1368| appellate tribunal by its own~decree is to confirm the decision 125 26,1370| appellate level either by decree~or by another sentence, 126 26,1370| marriages immediately after the decree or~the second sentence has 127 26,1370| attached to his sentence or decree, or it is prohibited~by 128 26,1370| another sentence but by a decree.~ 129 26,1374| heard the parties, shall decree whether~the sentence is 130 26,1378| places, can be decided by a decree of~a eparchial bishop, or 131 26,1379| parties, is to proceed by~its decree whether to confirm the decision 132 26,1393| eparchial bishop~is to issue the decree of removal.~ 133 26,1394| removed and promptly issue a decree on the~matter.~ 134 26,1396| recourse is pending~against the decree of removal, the bishop cannot 135 26,1399| be made, he is to issue a decree of transfer stating that 136 27,1402| punished by an extra-judicial~decree in accordance with cann. 137 27,1402| the Apostolic See,~such a decree can be issued, within the 138 27,1408| imposed by a sentence or decree, without prejudice to the 139 27,1420| has~imposed the penalty by decree; (2) the hierarch of the 140 27,1428| determined by an administrative~decree.~ 141 27,1430| penal trial or imposed it by decree; the same applies to~penal 142 27,1431| 2. The sentence or the decree by which this penalty is~ 143 27,1432| defined in the sentence or decree itself, unless~it is already 144 27,1432| inflicts the suspension by a decree. 3. A~suspension never affects 145 28,1469| through an extra-judicial decree. 2. ~The hierarch is to 146 28,1486| For the validity of the decree by which a penalty is imposed, 147 28,1486| there be set forth in the decree itself the reasons~in fact 148 28,1487| 1. Recourse against the decree by which a penalty is imposed~ 149 28,1487| suspends the force of the decree. 3. There is no~further 150 29,1514| cause. 5. An individual decree or precept ceases to~have 151 29,1518| issuing an extra-judicial decree the authority is to~seek 152 29,1518| also hear~directly whom the decree touches and especially those 153 29,1519| authority should issue a decree within sixty days from the~ 154 29,1519| again in writing for the decree, the time period is thirty 155 29,1519| same thirtieth day by a decree, so that a recourse~against 156 29,1520| The person who issues a decree should keep in mind and 157 29,1520| justice and equity. 2. The decree should contain the~reasons, 158 29,1520| interposing a~recourse against the decree.~ 159 29,1521| Canon 1520~1. A decree has legal force when it 160 29,1521| so that the text of the decree cannot be given in writing, 161 29,1521| that this was done; the decree is then considered to have~ 162 29,1521| If a person for whom a decree is destined refuses to accept 163 29,1521| order to receive or hear the decree,~refuses, without a just 164 29,1521| evaluated by the author of~the decree, to come to the meeting 165 29,1521| instrument~mentioned in 2, the decree is considered to have been


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