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Canon 1060

1. The Roman Pontiff himself alone has the right to judge: (1)

patriarchs; (2) bishops in penal cases; (3) those who hold the

highest civil office in a state; (4) other cases which he has

called to his own judgment. 2. With the exception of bishops

exercising their power within the territorial boundaries of the

patriarchal Church, other bishops are to be judged in contentious

cases by the tribunal designated by the Roman Pontiff with due

regard for can. 1066, 2. 3. A judge cannot review an act or

document explicitly (in forma specifica) confirmed by the Roman

Pontiff without his prior mandate.




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