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   Title, Canon
1 2,32 | certain Church sui iuris~who petition to transfer to another Church 2 4,146 | an~appropriately prepared petition proposing the resolution 3 5,153 | signed~in his own hand, must petition the confirmation of his 4 6,156 | bound by the obligation to petition the pallium from the Roman~ 5 8,315 | the patriarchal Church can petition from the patriarch suitable~ 6 8,315 | do so, should fulfill~the petition of the exarch. 2. Presbyters 7 10,339 | right of the students to petition for any confessor whomsoever,~ 8 12,492 | pondered before the Lord. A petition~shall be submitted to the 9 12,496 | the world, shall submit a petition to the superior of the monastery 10 12,496 | superior shall forward this petition, together with his or~her 11 12,549 | a member shall submit a~petition to the superior general, 12 16,768 | Canon 768~1. In the petition for obtaining a dispensation, 13 22,999 | the~decree; when such a petition is proposed it is understood 14 22,1000| execution of the~decree, the petition also has the same effect 15 22,1000| from the receipt of the petition, the author of the decree 16 22,1001| in a~case in which the petition of revocation or emendation 17 22,1001| prior decree or rejected~the petition, or, if he decrees nothing, 18 22,1001| from the receipt of the petition; (2) in other cases, from 19 22,1002| day after~receipt of the petition, if still nothing is done, 20 24,1083| advanced by an introductory petition of suit. 2. If, however, 21 24,1085| 1) the rejection of a petition for a~counter-claim or for 22 24,1104| justice has~presented a petition in accordance with the norm 23 24,1139| advocate; however the party can petition and respond personally unless 24 24,1163| Canon 1163~1. Whenever a petition is introduced to obtain 25 24,1163| sentence. 2. Whenever a petition has been presented by a 26 24,1163| after such time, or if the petition is rejected,~recourse is 27 25,1186| judge may accept an oral petition if either the petitioner 28 25,1187| petitioned and by whom the petition is being made; (2) indicate 29 25,1189| petitioner's insistence, the petition is considered as~having 30 25,1233| the~judge; otherwise the petition is to be considered as abandoned.~ 31 25,1269| judge, having received the petition and heard the parties, is 32 25,1303| instituted without the judicial petition mentioned in can.~1104, 33 25,1322| persons regarding the same petition and arising~out of the same 34 25,1328| Canon 1328~1. A petition of restitutio in integrum 35 25,1328| is a suspicion that the~petition has been made in order to 36 25,1331| tribunal of appeals. 2. If the petition is accepted and the~opponent 37 25,1333| tribunal in accordance with the~petition of the opponent.~ 38 25,1344| The documents on which the petition is~based must be attached 39 25,1345| libellus that a copy of~the petition be communicated to the respondent, 40 25,1351| presented or asked for in the petition~or the response; however, 41 26,1367| Apostolic See together with a petition for this dissolution~from 42 26,1372| Canon 1372~1. After a petition has been admitted, the judicial 43 27,1422| shall be taken that the petition for remission of the penalty 44 27,1425| faith has concealed in the petition.~ 45 29,1531| the denial is made in the petition.~


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