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   Title, Canon
1 4,106 | of the permanent~synod, judges it necessary; (3) at least 2 4,119 | consent of the permanent synod judges it opportune to commit the~ 3 7,191 | through a judicial vicar and judges.~ 4 7,238 | eparchial bishop, if he judges it opportune,~can invite 5 7,243 | affairs, chancellor, eparchial judges, promoter of~justice and 6 7,278 | which the local hierarch judges appropriate for~promoting 7 7,285 | parish on the one whom he judges suitable without any partiality; 8 7,301 | heard, unless he~prudently judges otherwise, the pastor, or 9 12,415 | visitation there or whenever he judges that grave reasons suggest 10 12,431 | which he himself prudently~judges incompatible with his dignity. 11 15,597 | authority, and, as teachers and judges of faith and morals for 12 16,771 | investigations, even private, if he judges it~opportune.~ 13 21,985 | power, which is possessed by judges or judicial~colleges, is 14 23,1031| unless the local hierarch~judges that the Church would be 15 24,1059| Apostolic See or through~judges delegated by him. 2. This 16 24,1063| have its own president, judges, promoter of justice, defenders 17 24,1063| synod; the president, the judges, the promoter~of justice 18 24,1063| instances with the assistance of judges who serve in rotation, for 19 24,1063| succeeding instances, by judges who serve in rotation, the 20 24,1066| the appellate tribunal judges in first instance, with 21 24,1068| bishops. 2. If suitable judges and other~tribunal officers 22 24,1069| the eparchial tribunal~judges in first instance.~ 23 24,1070| the manner of appointing judges and other officers of the 24 24,1071| decisions to be~made by the judges.~ 25 24,1072| incompetence of inferior judges is absolute in the cases 26 24,1083| 1083~1. A conflict between judges as to which of them is competent~ 27 24,1084| collegiate tribunal of~three judges: (1) cases concerning the 28 24,1084| case to a college~of three judges. 3. If it happens that a 29 24,1085| not~by a lesser number of judges; if, however, a single judge 30 24,1087| is to appoint eparchial judges in the~eparchy who are clerics. 31 24,1087| faithful to be appointed judges; when it is~necessary, one 32 24,1087| the Apostolic See. 3. The judges are to be of unimpaired 33 24,1088| judicial vicar and the~other judges are to be appointed for 34 24,1090| to designate by turn two judges~from among the eparchial 35 24,1090| from among the eparchial judges who together with the presiding~ 36 24,1090| appoint substitutes for judges once they are assigned unless 37 24,1091| assign one of the collegiate judges as the ponens, unless he 38 24,1091| case at the meeting of the judges and puts the sentence into 39 24,1093| one either from among the judges of the tribunal or from~ 40 24,1102| Canon 1102~1. Judges and other officers of the 41 24,1111| Canon 1111~Judges and tribunals are to see 42 24,1113| Canon 1113~1. Judges and tribunal personnel are 43 24,1113| the discussion among the judges in a~collegiate tribunal 44 24,1115| Canon 1115~1. Judges who refuse to try a case 45 25,1292| day and at what hour the judges~are to convene for their 46 25,1292| otherwise;~only the college of judges can be present. 2. On the 47 25,1292| assigned for the meeting, the judges shall individually and without~ 48 25,1292| authenticity signed by~all the judges, and are to be kept secret 49 25,1292| an appeal. 5. But if the judges~are unwilling or unable 50 25,1293| those which the individual judges brought out in the discussion,~ 51 25,1293| decided by the majority of the~judges which reasons are to be 52 25,1293| approval of the individual judges. 3. The~sentence must be 53 25,1293| collegiate tribunal, the~judges set a longer period of time 54 25,1295| the signatures of all the judges and the notary.~ 55 25,1304| an illegitimate number of judges contrary to~the prescription 56 26,1399| if the eparchial bishop~judges that he is not going to 57 27,1415| imposing a penalty if he judges that one can better~achieve 58 28,1469| he deems it prudent, two~judges or others expert in the 59 29,1539| Canon 1538~1. As often as he judges that a dispensation will


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