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Canon 1086

1. The eparchial bishop is bound to appoint a judicial vicar

with ordinary judicial power, distinct from the protosyncellus,

unless the smallness of the eparchy or the small number of cases

suggests otherwise. 2. The judicial vicar constitutes one tribunal with the eparchial bishop, but he cannot judge cases which

the eparchial bishop has reserved to himself. 3. The judicial

vicar can be given assistants whose title is adjutant judicial

vicars. 4. Both the judicial vicar and the adjutant judicial

vicars must be priests of unimpaired reputation, holding doctorates or at least licentiates in canon law, known for prudence

and zeal for justice and not less than thirty years of age.




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