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Canon 1107

1. If an objection is lodged against the judge of either an ordinary or delegated tribunal, even if he is competent, the exception is dealt with by the authority to which the tribunal is immediately subject, with due regard for can. 1062, 2 and 5. 2.

If the eparchial bishop is the judge and an objection is lodged

against him, he is to disqualify himself from judging. 3. If

the objection is lodged against other officers of the tribunal,

the president of the collegiate tribunal or the single judge

deals with this exception.




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