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    Title, Canon
1 7,257 | is a right of interested parties to obtain personally or~ 2 10,384 | active part in political parties nor in the supervision of~ 3 12,506 | has consulted interested parties and he has~obtained the 4 12,507 | consultation with interested parties and~with the consent of 5 16,781 | for the law by~which the parties were bound at the time of 6 16,781 | by the law to which the parties were subject~at the time 7 16,781 | when at least one of~the parties is a baptized member of 8 16,783 | personal~preparation of the parties for the marriage, by which 9 16,783 | recommended~to the Catholic parties that they receive the Divine 10 16,784 | concerning the examination of the parties and other means for~inquiries 11 16,790 | even if only one of the~two parties has it, still renders the 12 16,808 | is any~doubt whether the parties are related through consanguinity 13 16,814 | Catholic party; (3) both parties are to be~instructed on 14 16,819 | necessary that the contracting parties at least not be ignorant 15 16,824 | 2. But if either or both parties through a positive act of 16 16,829 | validly bless the marriage of parties whether they are subjects 17 16,829 | that at least one of the parties is enrolled in his Church 18 16,829 | when at least~one of the parties is a subject. 3. By the 19 16,829 | long as at least one of the parties is enrolled in the Church 20 16,831 | quasi-domicile of either of~the parties, unless a just cause excuses; ( 21 16,834 | observed if at least one of the parties celebrating the~marriage 22 16,837 | it is necessary that~the parties be present at the same time 23 16,839 | ask for the consent of the parties.~ 24 16,841 | register the names of the parties, the priest who~blessed 25 16,843 | convalidation even if both parties furnished consent at the 26 16,845 | is to be~renewed by both parties according to the form for 27 16,845 | already given, or by both~parties when each of them knows 28 16,849 | when one or both of the parties are unaware of it. 2. A~ 29 16,849 | it is probable that the parties intend to persevere in~conjugal 30 16,851 | lacking~in either or both the parties, whether the consent was 31 16,862 | a just cause, with both parties making the request or only~ 32 22,998 | authority should encourage the parties to do this before he receives~ 33 23,1039| consent of all interested parties is required for any kind 34 23,1049| to consult the interested~parties and the appropriate council.~ 35 23,1054| consulting the interested parties and the appropriate council, 36 24,1077| be fulfilled, unless the parties agree to choose another~ 37 24,1080| obtains~competence if both the parties and the authority to whom 38 24,1098| requires the judge to hear the parties or one or other of~them, 39 24,1103| encourage~and assist the parties to collaborate in working 40 24,1103| the private good of the parties, the judge should find~out 41 24,1109| expeditiously~after having heard the parties. 2. The acts posited by 42 24,1110| supply for the negligence of parties in~furnishing proofs or 43 24,1113| contentious case if~the parties may be harmed by the revelation 44 24,1113| witnesses, the experts, the parties and their advocates or proxies~ 45 24,1115| inflict some damage on the parties out of malice~or serious 46 24,1124| validly shortened unless the parties~request it. 2. Before they 47 24,1124| cause after hearing the parties or if they request it; such 48 24,1124| be shortened unless the parties agree. 3. ~But the judge 49 24,1128| cause and after hearing the parties, a~judge can travel outside 50 24,1130| known by the judge or the parties, a sworn interpreter designated~ 51 24,1132| Whenever the signature of the parties or witnesses is required~ 52 24,1148| or advocate on behalf of~parties who wish to choose them 53 24,1163| judge, having heard the parties, may~determine, by a decree 54 24,1165| other matters which the parties are unable to dispose~of 55 24,1174| a substitution, and the parties or~others to whom the designation 56 24,1174| first instance, unless the parties have agreed otherwise; after~ 57 24,1174| after~having heard the other parties, the tribunal is to provide 58 24,1174| observed~if one or other of the parties neglected to designate an 59 24,1175| arbitrators in question and the parties, shall resolve the matter 60 24,1176| observed. 2. Unless the parties have specified otherwise, 61 24,1177| suspend the process until the parties have received a sentence 62 24,1178| Canon 1178~Unless the parties have determined otherwise, 63 24,1178| accepted the appointment; the parties may~prorogate the time limits.~ 64 24,1181| communicated~immediately to the parties. 2. If the judicial vicar 65 24,1181| nullity and to~notify the parties of it as soon as possible; 66 24,1182| sentence is allowed only if~the parties had agreed in writing that 67 24,1184| somebody else, unless the parties have designated another 68 25,1190| court or~cite the other parties for the joinder of issues ( 69 25,1190| is necessary to call the parties together for a session,~ 70 25,1190| 3. But if the litigating parties de facto present themselves 71 25,1190| note in the acts that the parties were present for the~trial.~ 72 25,1194| legitimately communicated or the parties have~appeared before the 73 25,1195| petitions and responses of~the parties are specified by the decree 74 25,1195| petitions and responses of the parties, besides those in the~libellus 75 25,1195| difficult cases, however, the parties are to be~called together 76 25,1195| to be made known to the parties; unless they have already 77 25,1196| after hearing the other parties and considering their reasons.~ 78 25,1198| judge is to furnish the parties suitable time to present 79 25,1201| procedural act is proposed by the~parties for six months, the prosecution 80 25,1207| by one~of the contending parties and admitted by the other 81 25,1211| can always interrogate the parties so as to reveal the~truth 82 25,1213| administer an oath to the parties to tell the truth or at 83 25,1214| Canon 1214~The parties, the promoter of justice 84 25,1215| the interrogations of the parties.~ 85 25,1217| party relieves the other parties from the burden of proof. 86 25,1217| the declarations of the parties which are not confessions 87 25,1226| which is common to both parties be exhibited in the process.~ 88 25,1231| testimony: (1) those who are parties in the case, or~who represent 89 25,1231| case, or~who represent the parties in the trial; the judge 90 25,1231| assisting or have assisted the~parties in the same case; (2) priests 91 25,1235| to be made known~to the parties; however, if in the prudent 92 25,1240| Canon 1240~The parties may not assist at the questioning 93 25,1242| notary; as a result, if the parties, or the promoter of justice, 94 25,1244| of~the witness with the parties, and, when addressing specific~ 95 25,1249| also of the presence of the parties~and of other persons, the 96 25,1256| experts after hearing to the parties and the names they propose, 97 25,1262| Canon 1262~1. The parties may designate private experts 98 25,1263| access, after hearing the~parties.~ 99 25,1269| the petition and heard the parties, is to decide most expeditiously 100 25,1271| officio after hearing the parties.~ 101 25,1277| Canon 1277~After hearing the parties, the judge must summon to 102 25,1278| judge against one of the parties or against both. ~ 103 25,1281| pain of nullity, permit the parties and their advocates to inspect 104 25,1281| complete the proofs the parties may propose additional proofs 105 25,1282| takes place whenever the parties declare that they~have nothing 106 25,1283| the private good of the parties and if~all the parties give 107 25,1283| the parties and if~all the parties give consent; (2) in other 108 25,1283| cases, after hearing~the parties and provided that there 109 25,1285| with the consent of the parties decides that an~oral debate 110 25,1286| communicated to each one, both parties are permitted to present 111 25,1286| right is granted to the parties only once unless it seems 112 25,1286| to the~rejoinders of the parties.~ 113 25,1287| given to the~judge by the parties or the advocates or other 114 25,1289| Canon 1289~If the parties neglect to prepare a defense 115 25,1294| what obligations of the parties arise~from the trial and 116 25,1295| with the conclusions of~the parties and the formulation of the 117 25,1297| has been made known to the parties with the permission of~the 118 25,1298| copy of the sentence to the parties or their procurators or 119 25,1299| or the~petitions of the parties, or if the points required 120 25,1299| completed at~the request of the parties or ex officio by the tribunal 121 25,1299| issued the sentence; the parties, moreover, must always be 122 25,1303| it~was rendered between parties one of whom at least did 123 25,1307| Canon 1307~1. Not only the parties who feel themselves aggrieved 124 25,1323| settles an~issue between the parties and gives rise to an action 125 25,1335| norms regarding: (1) ~the parties to be liable for paying 126 25,1341| sentence, and~inform the parties.~ 127 25,1347| to the citation for the parties. 2. In the citation the~ 128 25,1347| 2. In the citation the~parties are to be informed that 129 25,1349| examination of the other parties,~of the witnesses, and the 130 25,1350| 1350~The responses of the parties, witnesses, and the experts, 131 25,1354| once in the presence of the parties. 2. However, the~tribunal 132 25,1354| to be made known to the parties as soon as possible, ordinarily 133 26,1359| domicile, provided that both parties live in the~territory of 134 26,1363| ex officio and notify the parties. ~3. The formulation of 135 26,1363| case by a new decree if the parties~were not opposed.~ 136 26,1364| bond, the advocates of the parties and~the promoter of justice, 137 26,1364| at the examination of the parties, the~witnesses and the experts, 138 26,1364| documents produced by the parties. ~2. The parties cannot 139 26,1364| by the parties. ~2. The parties cannot assist at the examination 140 26,1365| evaluating~the deposition of the parties in accordance with can. 141 26,1365| regarding the credibility of the~parties, if possible, as well as 142 26,1367| with the consent of the parties, the tribunal~can complete 143 26,1368| the bond and those of~the parties if there are any.~ 144 26,1372| process but having cited the parties and with the intervention 145 26,1374| the bond, having heard the parties, shall decree whether~the 146 26,1377| 1377~In the sentence the parties are to be advised of the 147 26,1379| tribunal, after hearing the parties, is to proceed by~its decree 148 28,1469| with the consent of the parties.~ 149 28,1483| proposed, though by different parties, there is~to be a single


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