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advised 3
advisers 1
advising 1
advocate 26
advocates 16
affairs 15
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27 whole
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26 advocate
26 approval
26 associations
26 confederation

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advocate

   Title, Canon
1 22,1003| the right of employing an advocate or procurator, avoiding 2 22,1003| useless delays; furthermore an advocate can be constituted ex officio 3 22,1003| making the recourse lacks an~advocate and the superior authority 4 24,1105| of the bond, procurator, advocate, witness or~expert cannot 5 24,1135| appointed a procurator or~an advocate, they themselves are nevertheless 6 24,1139| personal procurator and advocate; however the party can petition 7 24,1139| services of a procurator or~an advocate are necessary. 2. The accused, 8 24,1139| trial must always have an advocate either appointed by the 9 24,1139| to appoint ex~officio an advocate for a party who lacks one.~ 10 24,1141| 1141~The procurator and the advocate must have at least attained~ 11 24,1141| reputation; furthermore, the advocate~must be a Catholic unless 12 24,1142| Before a procurator and advocate undertake their function,~ 13 24,1144| removal of a procurator or advocate to take effect,~it is necessary 14 24,1145| cause the procurator and the advocate can be expelled~from the 15 24,1146| Both the procurator and the advocate are forbidden to win~the 16 24,1146| a fine; furthermore, an advocate can be suspended from office 17 24,1148| function of procurator or advocate on behalf of~parties who 18 25,1231| judge and assistants,~the advocate and others who are assisting 19 25,1349| The party and his or her~advocate can be present at the examination 20 28,1474| when cited, to appoint an~advocate within a defined time period; 21 28,1474| officio for the accused, an~advocate, who shall remain in office 22 28,1474| accused has appointed an advocate.~ 23 28,1477| justice, the accused and the advocate for~the accused, and the 24 28,1477| 1483, 1 and~that person's advocate take part in the discussion. 25 28,1478| case the accused or the advocate for the~accused always has 26 29,1518| them~even by means of an advocate, within the period of time


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