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   Title, Canon
1 3,45 | There is neither appeal nor recourse against a sentence or decree 2 8,316 | Pontiff or the patriarch, recourse is made respectively~to 3 8,316 | exarchy in his own name, recourse is made according to the 4 12,438 | the right of suspensive recourse to the Roman~Pontiff. 2. 5 12,440 | prejudice to suspensive recourse to the Roman Pontiff; the 6 12,501 | within~ten days, either have recourse with suspensive effect, 7 12,501 | The~decision about the recourse against the decree of dismissal 8 12,552 | dismissing superior. 3. A recourse~against the decree of dismissal 9 13,583 | due regard to~the right of recourse, with suspensive effect, 10 15,613 | someone to preach~there is recourse in devolutivo only, which 11 16,755 | presbyterate, with due regard for recourse to the norm of law.~ 12 16,797 | sufficient time to have~recourse to the competent authority.~ 13 16,863 | six months and has not had recourse to ecclesiastical~or civil 14 20,948 | has been established that recourse was made within at~least 15 21,991 | legitimately appealed or recourse taken.~ 16 21,993 | suspended by the fact that~recourse has been made, unless other 17 22 | TITLE 22~Recourse Against Administrative Decrees~ 18 22,997 | injured by a decree can make~recourse to the superior authority 19 22,997 | norm of law. 2. The first recourse against~decrees of the protosyncellus 20 22,997 | act by delegated power,~recourse is made to the one who gave 21 22,999 | 1. Before proposing some recourse, a person must seek the 22 22,999 | if it concerns~the first recourse against a decree mentioned 23 22,999 | or~if it concerns further recourse except for recourse against 24 22,999 | further recourse except for recourse against decrees of the eparchial 25 22,999 | bishop, by which a first recourse has been~decided.~ 26 22,1000| 1000~1. In cases in which recourse suspends the execution of 27 22,1000| injured in some way; if recourse is proposed later, the authority~ 28 22,1000| authority~who must deal with the recourse is to determine whether 29 22,1000| confirmed or revoked. 3. If no recourse is~proposed against the 30 22,1000| the stated period or if recourse is sought only for the reparation 31 22,1001| Canon 1001~1. Recourse must be proposed within 32 22,1002| issue a decree by which the recourse~is decided within sixty 33 22,1002| sixty days of receipt of the recourse unless~the particular law 34 22,1002| done and the person making recourse petitions~in writing that 35 22,1002| still nothing is done, the recourse~is considered rejected as 36 22,1002| day by a~decree, and a new recourse can be proposed against 37 22,1003| Canon 1003~In recourse against an administrative 38 22,1003| made; the person making the~recourse also has the right of employing 39 22,1003| if the person making the recourse lacks an~advocate and the 40 22,1003| order the person making the recourse to appear so that he or 41 22,1004| authority who examines the recourse, is able not~only to confirm 42 22,1006| the patriarch has decided recourse, recourse against administrative 43 22,1006| patriarch has decided recourse, recourse against administrative decrees 44 22,1006| one is not~given further recourse except by appeal to the 45 24,1059| delegated by him. 2. This recourse made to the Roman~Pontiff, 46 24,1085| case; (2) the settlement of~recourse against a decree of the 47 24,1145| the request of a party; recourse can always be made to~the 48 24,1163| the petition is rejected,~recourse is available to the authority 49 24,1181| interested party may have recourse to~the appeal tribunal where 50 24,1181| insistence, the party may have recourse to the appeal~tribunal which 51 24,1181| as possible; there is no recourse against this declaration. 52 25,1188| utile) to lodge a~reasoned recourse against the rejection of 53 25,1195| can within ten days make recourse to that~judge that it be 54 25,1336| but the party can have~recourse within fifteen days to the 55 26,1396| this need lasts. 3. While recourse is pending~against the decree 56 28,1487| Canon 1487~1. Recourse against the decree by which 57 28,1487| been communicated. 2. ~This recourse suspends the force of the 58 28,1487| 3. There is no~further recourse against the decision of 59 29,1499| remains doubtful and obscure, recourse is to be taken to parallel~ 60 29,1519| day by a decree, so that a recourse~against it can be placed.~ 61 29,1520| possibility of interposing a~recourse against the decree.~ 62 29,1539| which made the laws. 2. If recourse~to the authority which has


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