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   Title, Canon
1 7,191 | legislative, executive and judicial power. 2. The eparchial 2 7,191 | syncellus; he exercises judicial power either personally 3 7,191 | personally or~through a judicial vicar and judges.~ 4 7,238 | protosyncellus, syncelli, judicial~vicar and eparchial finance 5 7,243 | protosyncellus,~syncelli, judicial vicar, eparchial finance 6 7,253 | any acts whatsoever, of~judicial acts only or of the acts 7 10,394 | clerical state: (1) ~by a judicial sentence or administrative 8 12,501 | that the case be tried in judicial proceedings. 3. The~decision 9 12,501 | case is to be treated in a judicial proceeding, it is to be 10 16,767 | based,~had been taken to the judicial forum; (2) from the impediments~ 11 16,768 | and those~taken to the judicial forum, not however for those 12 21,985 | legislative,~executive and judicial. 2. Legislative power is 13 21,985 | lower level legislator. ~3. Judicial power, which is possessed 14 21,985 | is possessed by judges or judicial~colleges, is to be exercised 15 24,1063| institute~who possesses judicial power; (5) those other cases 16 24,1086| bishop is bound to appoint a judicial vicar~with ordinary judicial 17 24,1086| judicial vicar~with ordinary judicial power, distinct from the 18 24,1086| suggests otherwise. 2. The judicial vicar constitutes one tribunal 19 24,1086| reserved to himself. 3. The judicial~vicar can be given assistants 20 24,1086| whose title is adjutant judicial~vicars. 4. Both the judicial 21 24,1086| judicial~vicars. 4. Both the judicial vicar and the adjutant judicial~ 22 24,1086| judicial vicar and the adjutant judicial~vicars must be priests of 23 24,1088| Canon 1088~1. The judicial vicar, the adjutant judicial 24 24,1088| judicial vicar, the adjutant judicial vicar and the~other judges 25 24,1088| for the matter. 3. If the~judicial vicar is appointed by the 26 24,1090| has decided~otherwise, the judicial vicar is to designate by 27 24,1090| constitute the college. 2. The judicial vicar is~not to appoint 28 24,1091| Canon 1091~1. The judicial vicar or the adjutant judicial 29 24,1091| judicial vicar or the adjutant judicial vicar presides~over a collegiate 30 24,1123| concerning a deposit for judicial expenses or the~granting 31 24,1126| the day scheduled for a judicial act~the time limit is extended 32 24,1128| impeded in the exercise of judicial power there~can exercise 33 24,1131| Canon 1131~1. All judicial acts, whether the acts of 34 24,1132| witnesses is required~for judicial acts and a party or a witness 35 24,1133| forbidden to~furnish a copy of judicial acts and of documents which 36 24,1142| furnished if necessary; the judicial~acts, however, lack all 37 24,1143| action, instance of trial or judicial acts, make a settlement,~ 38 24,1179| themselves in the form of a judicial sentence and~signed by each 39 24,1181| sentence is~null and void, the judicial vicar either himself or 40 24,1181| to the parties. 2. If the judicial vicar refuses~to issue the 41 24,1181| expeditiously; if, however, the judicial vicar remains silent for~ 42 24,1181| document were~neglected, the judicial vicar is to declare the 43 24,1184| those instances where a judicial sentence may be executed. 44 25,1192| decrees, sentences and other~judicial acts are to be made through 45 25,1216| Canon 1216~A judicial confession is a written 46 25,1217| good is not at stake the judicial confession of one party 47 25,1217| public good, however, a judicial confession and~the declarations 48 25,1264| Canon 1264~When the judicial recognizance or access has 49 25,1290| case has been tried in a judicial manner, if it is the~principal 50 25,1294| make~a determination about judicial expenses.~ 51 25,1303| was instituted without the judicial petition mentioned in can.~ 52 25,1304| pronounced; (5) ~it is based on a judicial act which is null and whose 53 25,1335| paying or compensating for judicial~expenses; (2) the honoraria 54 25,1343| cases permitted by law, the judicial acts are null.~ 55 25,1345| notification has the~effects of the judicial citation mentioned in can. 56 26,1359| the same nation and the judicial vicar of the domicile of 57 26,1359| collected provided that the judicial vicar of the~domicile of 58 26,1364| 1240; (2) to inspect the judicial acts even though not~published 59 26,1371| sentence has been executed, the judicial~vicar must notify the hierarch 60 26,1372| petition has been admitted, the judicial vicar or a~judge designated 61 29,1498| interpretation contained in a judicial sentence or an~administrative


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