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Canon 1138

1. Juridic persons stand trial through their legitimate representative. 2. Whenever, in a trial, a good is in danger,

which, to be alienated, requires someone's consent or advice or

permission, the same consent or advice or permission is also required to begin the trial or to contest it. 3. In a case where

the representative is lacking or is negligent, the hierarch himself can stand trial personally or through another in the name of

juridic persons which are subject to his power.




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