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Canon 1087

1. The eparchial bishop is to appoint eparchial judges in the

eparchy who are clerics. 2. The patriarch, having consulted

the permanent synod, or the metropolitan who presides over a metropolitan Church sui iuris, having consulted the two eparchial

bishops senior by episcopal ordination, can permit other members

of the Christian faithful to be appointed judges; when it is

necessary, one of them can be employed to form a collegiate tribunal; in other cases, the matter is to be referred to the Apostolic See. 3. The judges are to be of unimpaired reputation,

and possess doctorates, or at least licentiates, in canon law,

and be known for prudence and zeal for justice.




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