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Canon 1486

1. For the validity of the decree by which a penalty is imposed, it is required that: (1) the accused be informed of the

accusation and the proofs and be given the opportunity of fully

exercising the right of self-defense, unless having been cited

according to the norm of law, the person has neglected to appear.

(2) an oral discussion be held before the hierarch or his delegate and the accused with the promoter of justice and a notary

present; (3) there be set forth in the decree itself the reasons

in fact and in law on which the penalty is based. 2. However

the penalties mentioned in can. 1426, 1 can be imposed without

this procedure so long as they have been accepted in writing by

the guilty party.




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