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1 7,259 | destroyed in which the guilty party~has died, or in which ten 2 16,780 | 780~1. Even if only one party is Catholic, the marriage 3 16,789 | obligations toward~a third party or toward children arising 4 16,789 | a prior union with~that party; (4) a marriage of a minor 5 16,803 | celebration of the marriage~the party was commonly held to be 6 16,803 | with certainty that one party was baptized and the other 7 16,814 | fulfilled: (1) the Catholic party declares that he or she 8 16,814 | Catholic Church; (2) ~the other party is to be informed at an 9 16,814 | promises which the Catholic party has to make, so that it 10 16,814 | is~clear that the other party is truly aware of the promise 11 16,814 | obligation of the Catholic party; (3) both parties are to 12 16,815 | attention of the non-Catholic party.~ 13 16,821 | some quality of~the other party which of its very nature 14 16,831 | actual~residence of either party in the place of the marriage; ( 15 16,834 | If, however, a Catholic party enrolled in some Eastern~ 16 16,843 | dispensed and that at least the party who is aware of the impediment 17 16,845 | privately and in~secret by the party who is aware of the impediment, 18 16,845 | impediment, provided the~other party perseveres in the consent 19 16,846 | is~convalidated when the party who has not consented now 20 16,846 | consent given by the other party still exists. ~2. If the 21 16,846 | it is sufficient~that the party who did not consent gives 22 16,850 | provided the consent of~each party continues to exist. 2. A 23 16,854 | favor of the faith of a party who has received baptism 24 16,854 | marriage~is celebrated by the party who has been baptized, provided 25 16,854 | provided the~non-baptized party departs. 2. The non-baptized 26 16,854 | departs. 2. The non-baptized party is considered to depart, 27 16,854 | peace~with the baptized party without insult to the Creator, 28 16,854 | receiving baptism, the baptized party gave the other party~a just 29 16,854 | baptized party gave the other party~a just cause for departure.~ 30 16,855 | In order for the baptized party to celebrate another marriage 31 16,855 | validly, the non-baptized party must be interrogated as 32 16,855 | cohabit with the baptized party in peace without insult 33 16,856 | hierarch of the converted party; if the other party requests 34 16,856 | converted party; if the other party requests time for responding, 35 16,856 | privately by the converted party and is indeed licit, if 36 16,857 | Canon 857~The baptized party has the right of celebrating 37 16,857 | marriage~with a Catholic party if: (1) the other party 38 16,857 | party if: (1) the other party responds negatively to the 39 16,857 | omitted; (3) the non-baptized party, either already interrogated 40 16,858 | can permit the baptized~party who employs the pauline 41 16,858 | marriage with~a non-Catholic party, whether baptized or not, 42 16,860 | marriage, even if the other party has received baptism in~ 43 19,932 | the instance of an injured party, or that party's successors~ 44 19,932 | an injured party, or that party's successors~in law, or 45 22,1001| decree is made known the~party by which the author amended 46 22,1001| decree is made known to the party.~ 47 24,1062| of the three bishops is~party in the case, or is unable 48 24,1076| location of a disputed item, a party can be~brought into court 49 24,1077| By reason of contract a party can be brought into court 50 24,1077| from another title, the party can be brought into court 51 24,1079| Canon 1079~A party can be brought into court: ( 52 24,1098| something at the request of a~party, the request of the promoter 53 24,1104| offer his ministry to any party~legitimately requesting 54 24,1104| adjudicate any~case unless the party concerned or the promoter 55 24,1109| must be rescinded if the party petitions~within ten days 56 24,1110| only at the request of a party; once a case has been~legitimately 57 24,1119| intervention of a third party. 3. But if the judge finds~ 58 24,1132| for judicial acts and a party or a witness cannot or will 59 24,1132| act has been read to the party~or witness verbatim and 60 24,1132| witness verbatim and that the party or witness either could~ 61 24,1139| Canon 1139~1. A party can freely appoint a personal 62 24,1139| and advocate; however the party can petition and respond 63 24,1139| officio an advocate for a party who lacks one.~ 64 24,1140| Canon 1140~1. A party can appoint only a single 65 24,1140| are appointed by the same party for some just cause, they~ 66 24,1144| the judge and the~opposing party be notified of the removal 67 24,1144| appeal unless the mandating party has~renounced this.~ 68 24,1145| officio or at the request of a party; recourse can always be 69 24,1153| prescription if the guilty party has not been notified of 70 24,1163| has been presented by a party or by the promoter of justice~ 71 24,1163| after having heard the other~party, shall provide for it most 72 24,1166| expressly provided, each party is to pay one~half of the 73 24,1174| the persons chosen, any party may entrust the~matter to 74 24,1174| arbitrator, provided that the party which brings the matter 75 24,1181| the decree, the interested party may have recourse to~the 76 24,1181| continuous month, the same party can insist that he fulfill~ 77 24,1181| for five days after~the party's insistence, the party 78 24,1181| party's insistence, the party may have recourse to the 79 24,1183| the opposition of a third party~against the sentence, or 80 25,1188| to the same judge. 4. A party is~always free within ten 81 25,1189| libellus the interested party can insist that the judge 82 25,1190| within twenty days from the party's insistence on action as 83 25,1193| process are null, unless the party nevertheless appeared to 84 25,1196| decree at the request of one party and after hearing the other 85 25,1199| Canon 1199~If the litigating party dies, or changes status, 86 25,1199| successor or an interested party resumes the suit; (2) if 87 25,1200| procurator for the suit if~the party had neglected to do so within 88 25,1205| writing and also~signed by the party or by the party's procurator 89 25,1205| signed by the party or by the party's procurator with a special~ 90 25,1205| communicated to the other party,~accepted, or at least not 91 25,1205| least not attacked, by that party, and admitted~by the judge.~ 92 25,1206| it~obliges the renouncing party to pay the expenses for 93 25,1208| can be adduced. 2. If a party~insists that a proof rejected 94 25,1209| Canon 1209~If a party or a witness refuses to 95 25,1211| do so at the request of a party or to prove a fact which 96 25,1212| Canon 1212~1. A party legitimately interrogated 97 25,1212| offense committed by that~party would be revealed. 2. But 98 25,1212| be revealed. 2. But if a party has refused to~answer, it 99 25,1214| the judge items on which a party is to be interrogated.~ 100 25,1216| against~oneself made by any party regarding the matter under 101 25,1217| judicial confession of one party relieves the other parties 102 25,1219| any other declaration of a party lacks all probative force 103 25,1223| whether acknowledged by a party or recognized~by the judge 104 25,1225| the~judge and the opposing party.~ 105 25,1232| Canon 1232~The party who has introduced a witness 106 25,1232| witness; but the opposing party can demand that the witness 107 25,1236| prescription of can. 1231, a party can~request that a witness 108 25,1241| among themselves or with a party in a~serious matter the 109 25,1251| examination at the request of a party or ex~officio but before 110 25,1266| devolves upon the other party.~ 111 25,1271| either at the request of a party or ex officio after hearing 112 25,1275| Canon 1275~1. A party who is absent from the trial, 113 25,1275| provide indemnity to the other party, if necessary. 2. ~If both 114 25,1276| Canon 1276~1. An interested party can be admitted to intervene 115 25,1276| of the suit, either as a party defending one's own~right 116 25,1276| admitted, such an interested party before the conclusion of 117 25,1277| summon to the trial a~third party whose intervention seems 118 25,1278| introduced prejudicial to one party who does not agree either 119 25,1278| may be introduced by one party against another or by a~ 120 25,1280| attempt is introduced by~one party; before the appeal court 121 25,1283| fault of the~interested party. 3. The new proofs are to 122 25,1286| case, the grant made to one party is considered~made also 123 25,1286| considered~made also to the other party. 3. The promoter of justice 124 25,1288| judge orders it or if a~party requests it and the judge 125 25,1299| the sentence. 2. If any~party objects, the incidental 126 25,1301| as regards at least some~party in the case.~ 127 25,1302| although they were~known to the party proposing the complaint, 128 25,1303| was denied to one or other party; (8) it did not settle the 129 25,1304| it was rendered against a party who was legitimately absent 130 25,1305| complaint of~nullity; but if the party fears that the judge who 131 25,1305| him or her as suspect, the party can demand that another 132 25,1309| Canon 1309~The party who feels aggrieved by a 133 25,1314| longer period of time for the party~of prosecute it.~ 134 25,1315| required and suffices~that the party call upon the services of 135 25,1318| an appeal is~filed by one party regarding one part of the 136 25,1318| the sentence, the other~party can place an incidental 137 25,1323| the opposition of a third party. 2. A res iudicata settles 138 25,1326| because of the fraud of one party which harmed the~other; ( 139 25,1336| separate appeal; but the party can have~recourse within 140 25,1337| officio or at the request of a~party order a provisional execution 141 25,1340| request of an interested party or ex~officio. 3. In cases 142 25,1343| contentious process unless a party requests the ordinary~contentious 143 25,1349| prescriptions of can. 1071. 2. The party and his or her~advocate 144 26,1363| 1191. 2. Unless either party has petitioned for a session 145 26,1373| documentary process. 2. The party who feels aggrieved retains 146 26,1379| Canon 1379~1. Unless one party seeks an ordinary contentious 147 27,1408| does not bind the guilty party before it has been imposed 148 27,1409| punishment of the guilty~party; (2) abstain from imposing 149 27,1409| provided, or if the guilty party~has been, or it is foreseen, 150 27,1409| equitable~limits if the guilty party committed several offenses, 151 27,1409| lifted~entirely if the guilty party has not repeated the offense 152 27,1412| penalty binds the~guilty party everywhere even after the 153 27,1420| the place~where the guilty party lives, but after consultation 154 27,1424| granted unless the~guilty party has sincerely repented, 155 27,1425| except those which the~guilty party in bad faith has concealed 156 27,1427| appropriate disgrace of the guilty party.~ 157 27,1435| suspended while the guilty party is~in danger of death. 2. 158 27,1445| Roman Pontiff, the guilty party is to be~punished with a 159 28,1477| accused, and the injured party mentioned in can. 1483, 160 28,1483| of can. 1276, an injured party~can exercise in the penal 161 28,1483| intervention of an injured party is not admitted afterwards 162 28,1485| the right of the injured~party unless this party has intervened 163 28,1485| injured~party unless this party has intervened in accordance 164 28,1486| in writing by~the guilty party.~


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