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   Title, Canon
1 7,226 | Canon 226~In the process of constituting the administrator 2 7,263 | unless some other equivalent process is already provided by the 3 16,855 | summary and extra-judicial~process it is established that it 4 24,1129| necessary to expedite the process. 2. After~giving a warning 5 24,1131| question, or the acts~of the process, that is, those which pertain 6 24,1133| have been~acquired for the process without a mandate from the 7 24,1177| they are to suspend the process until the parties have received 8 25,1188| basis would appear through a process. 3. ~If the introductory 9 25,1193| communicated, the acts of the~process are null, unless the party 10 25,1203| extinguishes the acts of the process, but not the acts~of the 11 25,1205| some of the acts of the process. 2. In order for~them to 12 25,1226| parties be exhibited in the process.~ 13 25,1240| judge believes that the process must be carried on in secret 14 25,1270| the summary contentious process are to be observed, unless 15 25,1274| wishes to intervene in the process, can. 1273 is to be~observed.~ 16 25,1308| for the oral contentious process.~ 17 25,1313| the summary contentious process.~ 18 25,1343| the~summary contentious process unless a party requests 19 25,1343| the ordinary~contentious process. 2. If the process is used 20 25,1343| contentious process. 2. If the process is used outside of~cases 21 25,1355| trial the oral contentious process was used in cases excluded 22 26,1372| formalities of the ordinary~process but having cited the parties 23 26,1373| question of a documentary process. 2. The party who feels 24 26,1374| according to the ordinary process of law; and in that~case 25 26,1375| in a~summary contentious process.~ 26 26,1379| an ordinary contentious process, a~summary contentious process 27 26,1379| process, a~summary contentious process is to be used. 2. If the 28 26,1379| the ordinary~contentious process has been used and an appeal 29 26,1386| the summary contentious process cannot, however, be used. 30 27,1403| can abstain from a penal process, and even abstain totally 31 27,1432| who initiated~the penal process or inflicts the suspension 32 28,1468| obligations as an auditor~in the process; this person cannot act 33 28,1469| is to decide~whether the process for imposing a penalty is


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