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   Title, Canon
1 7,182 | collect information~and documents which are necessary to establish 2 7,228 | destroying or~altering any documents of the eparchial curia either 3 7,254 | 1) to write the acts and documents~relating to decrees, dispositions, 4 7,254 | requirements, to furnish acts or documents~to one legitimately requesting 5 7,256 | eparchial curia in which documents pertaining to~affairs of 6 7,256 | is to be drawn up of the documents~which are preserved in the 7 7,256 | synopsis of each of the documents.~ 8 7,257 | proxy an authentic copy of documents which are~public by their 9 7,258 | not permitted to remove documents from the archive of the~ 10 7,259 | the~place, and in which documents to be kept secret are preserved. ~ 11 7,260 | administrator~himself. 3. Documents are not to be removed from 12 7,261 | to see that the acts and documents~of the archive of cathedral, 13 7,261 | inventory of the acts and~documents are to be made, one of which 14 7,261 | inspect or remove the~acts and documents of these archives, the norms 15 7,278 | or have died the books, documents, sacred furnishings and 16 7,296 | Christian faithful and all the documents which can have juridical 17 7,296 | hierarchial letters and other documents which~ought to be preserved 18 10,342 | statutes, are proven from~documents to possess the required 19 12,453 | respect to the submission of documents as well as the various testimonials 20 16,769 | canonical impediments. 2. These documents are~to be kept in the archive 21 23,1020| is not~yet confirmed by documents. 4. The immediately higher 22 23,1028| preserve in an archive the~documents establishing the rights 23 24,1133| completion of the trial documents which belong to~private 24 24,1133| of judicial acts and of documents which have been~acquired 25 25,1203| other~value than that of documents.~ 26 25,1220| both public and private~documents is admitted.~ 27 25,1221| 1. Public ecclesiastical documents are those which official~ 28 25,1221| by law. ~2. Public civil documents are those which are considered 29 25,1221| such in civil law. 3. Other documents are private ones.~ 30 25,1222| arguments show otherwise, public documents are to be trusted concerning 31 25,1222| requirements for public civil documents in the civil law of the~ 32 25,1224| Canon 1224~If the documents are shown to have been erased, 33 25,1224| judge~to assess whether such documents have value and how much.~ 34 25,1225| Canon 1225~Documents do not have probative force 35 25,1227| Canon 1227~1. Even if documents are common, no one is obliged 36 25,1258| acts of the case and other documents and aids~which the expert 37 25,1259| indicate clearly by what documents or other apt~means they 38 25,1285| together with the principal documents are to be~printed, the prior 39 25,1326| sustained; (2) ~afterwards documents have been found which undoubtedly 40 25,1344| once by the judge. 2. The documents on which the petition is~ 41 26,1364| published and to review the documents produced by the parties. ~


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