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Canon 1093

1. A judge or the president of a collegiate tribunal can designate an auditor to carry out the instruction of the case, selecting one either from among the judges of the tribunal or from

among the Christian faithful approved for this office by the eparchial bishop. 2. The eparchial bishop can approve for the

office of auditor members of the Christian faithful who are recognized for their good character, prudence and learning. 3.

The only task of the auditor is to collect the proofs according

to the mandate of the judge and to present them to him; unless

the mandate of the judge states otherwise, the auditor can in the

meantime decide which proofs are to be collected and how they are

to be collected if such a question perhaps arises while the auditor is exercising his or her office.




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