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Canon 1186

1. The judge may accept an oral petition if either the petitioner is impeded from presenting a introductory libellus or the

case can be easily investigated and is of lesser importance. 2.

But in either situation the judge is to require the notary to put

the act into writing, which is to be read to and approved by the

petitioner; this then takes the place of and has all the legal

effects of a introductory libellus written by the petitioner.




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