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proclaims 1
proclamation 8
procreation 1
procurator 28
procurators 8
procured 2
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28 limits
28 months
28 null
28 procurator
28 purpose
28 quasi-domicile
28 rector

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procurator

   Title, Canon
1 4,61 | 61~A patriarch can have a procurator at the Apostolic See appointed~ 2 22,1003| employing an advocate or procurator, avoiding useless delays; 3 24,1105| justice, defender of the bond, procurator, advocate, witness or~expert 4 24,1135| respondent has appointed a procurator or~an advocate, they themselves 5 24,1139| freely appoint a personal procurator and advocate; however the 6 24,1139| decided that the services of a procurator or~an advocate are necessary. 7 24,1140| can appoint only a single procurator who cannot substitute another 8 24,1140| permission has been~granted the procurator to do this. 2. But if several 9 24,1141| Canon 1141~The procurator and the advocate must have 10 24,1142| Canon 1142~1. Before a procurator and advocate undertake their 11 24,1142| however, the judge can admit a~procurator without the presentation 12 24,1142| lack all force unless the procurator presents a~mandate within 13 24,1143| Without a special mandate the procurator cannot validly renounce~ 14 24,1144| 1. For the removal of a procurator or advocate to take effect,~ 15 24,1144| sentence has been issued, the procurator retains the~right and obligation 16 24,1145| 1145~For serious cause the procurator and the advocate can be 17 24,1146| Canon 1146~1. Both the procurator and the advocate are forbidden 18 24,1148| exercise the function of procurator or advocate on behalf of~ 19 24,1171| out in writing; (3) ~the procurator agreed to the arbitration 20 25,1187| signed by the petitioner or procurator, adding the~day, month and 21 25,1187| address of the petitioner or~procurator or the place where they 22 25,1191| guardian, curator~or special procurator, as the case may be, or 23 25,1199| acts after having cited the procurator if~present or otherwise 24 25,1200| If a guardian, curator or procurator who is necessary in~accordance 25 25,1200| the judge can appoint a procurator for the suit if~the party 26 25,1205| party or by the party's procurator with a special~mandate to 27 25,1295| petitioner, the respondent, the procurator, with the names and~domiciles 28 26,1372| defect of a valid mandate~of procurator. 2. However if it is the


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