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Canon 1344

1. In addition to the points mentioned in can. 1187, the introductory libellus by which the suit is introduced must: (1)

set forth briefly, completely and clearly the facts on which the

requests of the petitioner are based; (2) so indicate the proofs

by which the petitioner intends to demonstrate the facts, but

which cannot be produced at once, so that they can be gathered at

once by the judge. 2. The documents on which the petition is

based must be attached to the libellus, at least in an authentic

copy.




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