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Canon 1063

1. The patriarch is to establish an ordinary tribunal for the

patriarchal Church, distinct from the tribunal of the patriarch's

eparchy. 2. This tribunal is to have its own president, judges, promoter of justice, defenders of the bond as well as other

necessary officials, appointed by the patriarch with the consent

of the permanent synod; the president, the judges, the promoter

of justice and the defenders of the bond cannot be removed from

office except by the synod of bishops of the patriarchal Church;

however, the patriarch alone may accept a resignation from office. 3. This tribunal is the appellate tribunal in second and

further instances with the assistance of judges who serve in rotation, for cases already judged in lower tribunals; this tribunal has also the rights of a metropolitan tribunal in those parts

of the patriarchal Church where provinces have not been established. 4. This tribunal is competent to judge in first and in

succeeding instances, by judges who serve in rotation, the cases

of: (1) exarchs and delegates of the patriarch who are not

bishops; (2) physical or juridic persons immediately subject to

the patriarch; (3) institutes of consecrated life of pontifical

right; (4) superiors of institutes of consecrated life of pontifical right, who do not have a superior within the same institute

who possesses judicial power; (5) those other cases reserved to

this tribunal by a prescription of particular law.




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