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Code of Canon Law


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    Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 16| in the form of a judicial sentence or of an administrative 2 1, 0, 125| rescinded, however, through the sentence of a judge, either at the 3 1, 0, 135| preparatory to some decree or sentence.~§4. In what pertains to 4 1, 0, 149| competent authority or by sentence of an administrative tribunal.~§ 5 1, 0, 171| whether through a judicial sentence or through a decree by which 6 2, 1, 290| state:~1/ by a judicial sentence or administrative decree, 7 2, 1, 290| ordination;~2/ by a judicial sentence or administrative decree, 8 2, 2, 333| recourse is permitted against a sentence or decree of the Roman Pontiff.~ 9 2, 2, 489| elapsed from the condemnatory sentence, are to be destroyed. A 10 2, 2, 489| the text of the definitive sentence is to be retained.~ 11 4, 1, 1109| declared such through a sentence or decree, by virtue of 12 6, 1, 1332| condemnatory or declaratory sentence.~§3. A prohibition never 13 6, 1, 1333| or precept itself or the sentence or decree which imposes 14 6, 1, 1362| on which the condemnatory sentence became a res iudicata.~§ 15 7, 1, 1416| trial even to the definitive sentence unless the Apostolic See 16 7, 1, 1428| of the judges and put the sentence into writing. For a just 17 7, 1, 1432| their function before the sentence.~ 18 7, 1, 1441| single judge rendered a sentence in the first instance of 19 7, 1, 1455| collegiate tribunal before the sentence is passed and concerning 20 7, 1, 1459| Defects which can render the sentence null can be introduced as 21 7, 1, 1469| jurisdiction and render a sentence outside that territory; 22 7, 1, 1486| 2. After the definitive sentence has been issued, the right 23 7, 2, 1513| must be answered in the sentence.~§3. The decree of the judge 24 7, 2, 1517| pronouncement of a definitive sentence but also by other methods 25 7, 2, 1589| resolved by an interlocutory sentence or by a decree.~§2. If the 26 7, 2, 1589| question before the definitive sentence, however, the judge is to 27 7, 2, 1590| question must be resolved by sentence, the norms for the oral 28 7, 2, 1591| decree or interlocutory sentence for a just reason either 29 7, 2, 1592| proceed to the definitive sentence and its execution.~§2. Before 30 7, 2, 1593| use challenges against the sentence; if the respondent proves 31 7, 2, 1600| whenever it is likely that the sentence will be unjust because of 32 7, 2, 1606| judge can pronounce the sentence immediately, after having 33 7, 2, 1607| it through the definitive sentence; if an incidental case, 34 7, 2, 1607| through an interlocutory sentence, without prejudice to the 35 7, 2, 1608| the pronouncement of any sentence, the judge must have moral 36 7, 2, 1608| matter to be decided by the sentence.~§2. The judge must derive 37 7, 2, 1609| dispositive part of the sentence.~§4. In the discussion each 38 7, 2, 1609| or unable to arrive at a sentence during the first discussion, 39 7, 2, 1610| judge, he will write the sentence himself.~§2. In a collegiate 40 7, 2, 1610| or relator to write the sentence, selecting the reasons from 41 7, 2, 1610| reasons to be presented. The sentence must then be submitted for 42 7, 2, 1610| individual judges.~§3. The sentence must be issued no more than 43 7, 2, 1611| Can. 1611 The sentence must:~1/ decide the controversy 44 7, 2, 1611| dispositive part of the sentence is based;~4/ determine the 45 7, 2, 1612| of the Divine Name, the sentence must express in order the 46 7, 2, 1612| dispositive part of the sentence follows the above, preceded 47 7, 2, 1613| proposed above for a definitive sentence are to be adapted for an 48 7, 2, 1613| adapted for an interlocutory sentence.~ 49 7, 2, 1614| Can. 1614 The sentence is to be published as soon 50 7, 2, 1615| or communication of the sentence can be done either by giving 51 7, 2, 1615| by giving a copy of the sentence to the parties or their 52 7, 2, 1616| 1. If in the text of the sentence an error in calculations 53 7, 2, 1616| tribunal which rendered the sentence must correct or complete 54 7, 2, 1616| appended to the bottom of the sentence.~§2. If any party objects, 55 7, 2, 1617| of the judge besides the sentence are decrees, which have 56 7, 2, 1618| Can. 1618 An interlocutory sentence or a decree has the force 57 7, 2, 1618| the force of a definitive sentence if it prevents a trial or 58 7, 2 | TITLE VIII.~CHALLENGE OF THE SENTENCE (Cann. 1619 - 1640)~ 59 7, 2 | COMPLAINT OF NULLITY AGAINST THE SENTENCE~ 60 7, 2, 1619| of private persons, the sentence itself sanates the nullities 61 7, 2, 1619| to the judge before the sentence even though they were known 62 7, 2, 1620| Can. 1620 A sentence suffers from the defect 63 7, 2, 1620| decided;~3/ a judge rendered a sentence coerced by force or grave 64 7, 2, 1621| the judge who rendered the sentence within ten years from the 65 7, 2, 1621| of the publication of the sentence.~ 66 7, 2, 1622| Can. 1622 A sentence suffers from the defect 67 7, 2, 1623| of the publication of the sentence.~ 68 7, 2, 1624| The judge who rendered the sentence deals with the complaint 69 7, 2, 1624| the judge who rendered the sentence challenged by the complaint 70 7, 2, 1626| emend ex officio a null sentence, which that judge has rendered, 71 7, 2, 1628| herself aggrieved by any sentence as well as the promoter 72 7, 2, 1628| the right to appeal the sentence to a higher judge, without 73 7, 2, 1629| is no appeal:~1/ from a sentence of the Supreme Pontiff himself 74 7, 2, 1629| Apostolic Signatura;~2/ from a sentence tainted by a defect of nullity, 75 7, 2, 1629| of can. 1625;~3/ from a sentence which has become a res iudicata;~ 76 7, 2, 1629| or from an interlocutory sentence which does not have the 77 7, 2, 1629| the force of a definitive sentence, unless it is joined with 78 7, 2, 1629| appeal from a definitive sentence;~5/ from a sentence or a 79 7, 2, 1629| definitive sentence;~5/ from a sentence or a decree in a case where 80 7, 2, 1630| the judge who rendered the sentence within the peremptory period 81 7, 2, 1630| of the publication of the sentence.~§2. If an appeal is made 82 7, 2, 1634| emendation of the challenged sentence, attaches a copy of this 83 7, 2, 1634| attaches a copy of this sentence, and indicates the reasons 84 7, 2, 1634| a copy of the challenged sentence from the tribunal from which 85 7, 2, 1637| respondents or petitioners and the sentence is challenged by only one 86 7, 2, 1637| against one ground of the sentence, the other party can appeal 87 7, 2, 1637| against all the grounds of a sentence.~ 88 7, 2, 1638| suspends the execution of the sentence.~ 89 7, 2, 1639| address whether the prior sentence is to be con-firmed or revised 90 7, 2, 1640| is to take place and the sentence rendered.~ ~ 91 7, 2, 1641| if a second concordant sentence is rendered between the 92 7, 2, 1641| if an appeal against the sentence has not been introduced 93 7, 2, 1641| renounced;~4/ if a definitive sentence has been rendered from which 94 7, 2, 1644| If a second concordant sentence has been rendered in a case 95 7, 2, 1644| suspend the execution of the sentence unless either the law provides 96 7, 2, 1645| integrum is granted against a sentence which has become res iudicata 97 7, 2, 1645| established clearly unless:~1/ the sentence is based on proofs which 98 7, 2, 1645| dispositive part of the sentence is not sustained;~2/ documents 99 7, 2, 1645| contrary decision;~3/ the sentence was rendered due to the 100 7, 2, 1645| clearly neglected;~5/ the sentence is contrary to a previous 101 7, 2, 1646| the judge who rendered the sentence within three months computed 102 7, 2, 1646| of the publication of the sentence; if in the case mentioned 103 7, 2, 1647| suspends the execution of a sentence if execution has not yet 104 7, 2, 1647| decree execution of the sentence, though with suitable guarantees 105 7, 2 | XI.~THE EXECUTION OF THE SENTENCE (Cann. 1650 - 1655)~ 106 7, 2, 1650| Can. 1650 §1. A sentence that has become a res iudicata 107 7, 2, 1650| The judge who rendered the sentence and, if an appeal has been 108 7, 2, 1650| provisional execution of a sentence which has not yet become 109 7, 2, 1650| cause urges it.~§3. If the sentence mentioned in §2 is challenged, 110 7, 2, 1651| which declares that the sentence must be executed. This decree 111 7, 2, 1651| included in the text of the sentence or issued separately according 112 7, 2, 1652| 1652 If the execution of a sentence requires a prior rendering 113 7, 2, 1652| same judge who rendered the sentence ordering the execution must 114 7, 2, 1653| the diocese in which the sentence was rendered in the first 115 7, 2, 1653| first grade must execute the sentence personally or through another.~§ 116 7, 2, 1653| this, the execution of the sentence, either at the request of 117 7, 2, 1653| religious the execution of the sentence pertains to the superior 118 7, 2, 1653| superior who rendered the sentence to be executed or the superior 119 7, 2, 1654| Unless the text of the sentence leaves it to the judgment 120 7, 2, 1654| executor must execute the sentence according to the obvious 121 7, 2, 1654| another source that the sentence is null or manifestly unjust 122 7, 2, 1654| tribunal which rendered the sentence.~ 123 7, 2, 1655| judge in the text of the sentence or the executor according 124 7, 2, 1668| proper pronouncement of the sentence, at the completion of the 125 7, 2, 1668| dispositive part of the sentence is to be read at once before 126 7, 2, 1668| The complete text of the sentence with the reasons expressed 127 7, 2, 1669| declare the nullity of the sentence and remit the case to the 128 7, 2, 1669| tribunal which rendered the sentence.~ 129 7, 3 | Art. 5.~THE SENTENCE AND THE APPEAL~ 130 7, 3, 1682| Can. 1682 §1. The sentence which first declared the 131 7, 3, 1682| from the publication of the sentence, together with the appeals, 132 7, 3, 1682| acts of the trial.~§2. If a sentence in favor of the nullity 133 7, 3, 1684| Can. 1684 §1. After the sentence which first declared the 134 7, 3, 1684| a decree or by a second sentence, the persons whose marriage 135 7, 3, 1684| as the decree or second sentence has been communicated to 136 7, 3, 1684| prohibition attached to the sentence or decree or established 137 7, 3, 1684| be observed even if the sentence which declared the nullity 138 7, 3, 1684| confirmed not by a second sentence but by a decree.~ 139 7, 3, 1685| Can. 1685 As soon as the sentence is executed, the judicial 140 7, 3, 1686| nullity of a marriage by sentence if a document subject to 141 7, 3, 1688| in can. 1686 whether the sentence must be confirmed or whether 142 7, 3, 1689| Can. 1689 In the sentence the parties are to be reminded 143 7, 3, 1692| diocesan bishop or a judicial sentence can decide the personal 144 7, 3, 1692| civil effects or if a civil sentence is not contrary to divine 145 7, 3, 1712| Can. 1712 After a second sentence has confirmed the nullity 146 7, 3, 1716| the force of an arbitrated sentence unless a judge confirms 147 7, 3, 1716| confirms it, an arbitrated sentence in an ecclesiastical controversy, 148 7, 4, 1726| judge must declare this in a sentence and absolve the accused 149 7, 4, 1727| propose an appeal even if the sentence dismissed the accused only 150 7, 4, 1730| rendered the definitive sentence in the penal trial.~§2. 151 7, 4, 1730| 2. After rendering the sentence in the penal trial, the 152 7, 4, 1731| Can. 1731 Even if the sentence rendered in a penal trial


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