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Codex Iuris Canonici

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  • LIBER VII: DE PROCESSIBUS
    • PARS I DE IUDICIIS IN GENERE (Cann. 1400 – 1403)
        • TITULUS III DE DISCIPLINA IN TRIBUNALIBUS SERVANDA (Cann. 1446 – 1475)
          • Caput III DE TERMINIS ET DILATIONIBUS
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Caput III DE TERMINIS ET DILATIONIBUS
 
Can. 1465 - § 1Fatalia legis quae dicuntur, id est termini perimendis iuribus lege constituti, 
prorogari non possunt, neque valide, nisi petentibus partibus, coarctari
§ 2Termini autem iudiciales et conventionales, ante eorum lapsum, poterunt, iusta 
intercedente causa, a iudice, auditis vel petentibus partibus, prorogari, numquam autem, nisi 
partibus consentientibus, valide coarctari
§ 3Caveat tamen iudex ne nimis diuturna lis fiat ex prorogatione.
 
Can. 1466 - Ubi lex terminos haud statuat ad actus processuales peragendos, iudex illos 
praefinire debet, habita ratione naturae uniuscuiusque actus.
 
Can. 1467 - Si die ad actum iudicialem indicto vacaverit tribunal, terminus intellegitur 
prorogatus ad primum sequentem diem non feriatum.
 




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