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Canon 1068

1. The eparchial bishops of various Churches sui iuris exercising their power within the same territory, can agree among themselves to establish a common tribunal to adjudicate contentious

and penal cases of the Christian faithful subject to one or other

of these eparchial bishops. 2. If suitable judges and other

tribunal officers are lacking, the eparchial bishops are to see

that they establish a common tribunal. 3. The eparchial

bishops who consent to having a common tribunal are to designate

one of their members who has the powers which an eparchial bishop

has over his own tribunal. 4. Appeals from sentences given in

first instance by a common tribunal are to be made to the tribunal designated in a stable manner by the Apostolic See.




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