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Canon 1358

Without prejudice to personal Statutes where they are in force,

cases involving the merely civil effects of marriage, if they are

to be decided as the principle case, belong to the civil magistrate, but these cases can be tried and decided by the ecclesiastical judge when they arise as incidental and accessory.




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