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Canon 1191

1. The decree of citation to the trial must be forwarded immediately to the respondent and at the same time to others who are

to appear. 2. The introductory libellus is to be joined to the

citation unless for serious reasons the judge determines that the

libellus is not to be made known to the respondent before the

latter makes a deposition during the trial. 3. If the suit is

filed against a person who does not have the free exercise of

personal rights or the free administration of the controverted

items, the citation is to be made known to the guardian, curator

or special procurator, as the case may be, or to the person who

is bound to enter the trial in the respondent's name according to

the norm of law.




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