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inspection 1
inspire 1
inspired 1
instance 36
instances 12
institute 83
instituted 4
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36 between
36 consulted
36 eparchies
36 instance
36 offense
35 doctrine
35 full

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   Title, Canon
1 12,450 | temporary profession, in which instance 17~years of age is sufficient; ( 2 12,494 | five years. In the first instance, the monk is thereby enrolled 3 12,496 | right, to~grant in this instance the indult of departure 4 12,500 | the council, which in this instance must be composed~for validity 5 19,932 | of a judge, either~at the instance of an injured party, or 6 20,963 | group is deprived for that instance of the right to~elect, unless 7 24,1065| 1065~The tribunal of third instance is the Apostolic See, unless 8 24,1066| bishop is the judge of first instance in each~eparchy and for 9 24,1066| tribunal judges in first instance, with due regard for~can. 10 24,1067| 1067~1. A tribunal of first instance for several eparchies of 11 24,1068| sentences given in~first instance by a common tribunal are 12 24,1069| tribunal~judges in first instance.~ 13 24,1073| brought into a court of first instance except~before a judge who 14 24,1083| the tribunal of the third instance for the tribunal before 15 24,1084| established for a trial of first instance, while this~impossibility 16 24,1085| If the tribunal of first instance decided the case in a collegial 17 24,1085| gave~the decision in first instance, the case is to be decided 18 24,1095| intervened in a preceding instance, such intervention is presumed 19 24,1095| be necessary in a further instance.~ 20 24,1105| cannot afterwards in another instance validly resolve the~same 21 24,1105| as an assessor in another instance.~ 22 24,1111| possible so that in~the first instance they are not prolonged beyond 23 24,1143| validly renounce~an action, instance of trial or judicial acts, 24 24,1174| decide the case in~first instance, unless the parties have 25 25,1203| be operative in another instance~provided that the case involves 26 25,1205| petitioner can renounce the instance at any stage or grade~of 27 25,1205| for~them to renounce an instance, the guardians and administrators 28 25,1206| acts as an abatement of an instance and it~obliges the renouncing 29 25,1321| is the same as in first~instance insofar as it is applicable; 30 25,1340| eparchy in which the first~instance sentence was rendered, must 31 26,1369| judge it as if in first~instance.~ 32 26,1373| declaration to the judge of second instance, to whom the~acts must be 33 26,1374| 1374~The judge in second instance, with the intervention of 34 26,1374| to the tribunal of first instance.~ 35 27,1445| excommunication, which in the last instance~is reserved to the Roman 36 28,1475| trial, renunciation of the instance can~be made by the promoter


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