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Canon 1181

1. The complete text of the arbitration sentence is to be

deposited within fifteen days at the chancery of the eparchial

tribunal where the sentence was given; within five days after it

has been deposited, unless it is evident that this sentence is

null and void, the judicial vicar either himself or through another is to issue a decree of confirmation to be communicated

immediately to the parties. 2. If the judicial vicar refuses

to issue the decree, the interested party may have recourse to

the appeal tribunal where the matter is to be resolved most expeditiously; if, however, the judicial vicar remains silent for

one continuous month, the same party can insist that he fulfill

his duty; if he, nevertheless, remains silent for five days after

the party's insistence, the party may have recourse to the appeal

tribunal which is to resolve the matter most expeditiously. 3.

If it is evident that the arbitration sentence is null because

matters prescribed for validity in the compromise document were

neglected, the judicial vicar is to declare the nullity and to

notify the parties of it as soon as possible; there is no recourse against this declaration. 4. The arbitration sentence

becomes an adjudged matter (res iudicata) as soon as the decree

of confirmation is issued, with due regard for can. 1182.




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