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Canon 1420

1. A penalty imposed in virtue of common law can be remitted

by: (1) the hierarch who has initiated the penal trial or has

imposed the penalty by decree; (2) the hierarch of the place

where the guilty party lives, but after consultation with the

hierarch mentioned in n. 1. 2. These norms apply also in respect to penalties imposed in virtue of particular law or a penal

precept, unless the particular law of a Church sui iuris provides

otherwise. 3. A penalty, however, imposed by the Apostolic See

can be remitted only by the Apostolic See, unless the remitting

of the penalty is delegated to the patriarch or to others.




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