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Canon 1187

A libellus which introduces a suit must: (1) express before

which judge the case is being introduced, what is being petitioned and by whom the petition is being made; (2) indicate the

basis for the petitioner's right and at least in general the

facts and proofs which will be used to prove what has been alleged; (3) be signed by the petitioner or procurator, adding the

day, month and year, as well as the address of the petitioner or

procurator or the place where they say they reside for the purpose of receiving the acts; (4) indicate the domicile or quasi-domicile of the respondent.




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