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Canon 1003

In recourse against an administrative decree can. 1517 is to be

observed with due adaptations being made; the person making the

recourse also has the right of employing an advocate or procurator, avoiding useless delays; furthermore an advocate can be constituted ex officio if the person making the recourse lacks an

advocate and the superior authority considers it necessary; the

superior authority can always order the person making the recourse to appear so that he or she can be questioned.




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