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Code of Canon Law


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judicial
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | legislative, administrative, and judicial functions. What individual 2 1, 0, 16| interpretation in the form of a judicial sentence or of an administrative 3 1, 0, 135| legislative, executive, and judicial.~§2. Legislative power must 4 1, 0, 135| contrary to higher law.~§3. Judicial power, which judges or judicial 5 1, 0, 135| Judicial power, which judges or judicial colleges possess, must be 6 1, 0, 171| excommunication whether through a judicial sentence or through a decree 7 2, 1, 290| clerical state:~1/ by a judicial sentence or administrative 8 2, 1, 290| sacred ordination;~2/ by a judicial sentence or administrative 9 2, 2, 391| legislative, executive, and judicial power according to the norm 10 2, 2, 391| norm of law. He exercises judicial power either personally 11 2, 2, 391| personally or through the judicial vicar and judges according 12 2, 2, 463| episcopal vicars, and the judicial vicar;~3/ canons of the 13 2, 2, 469| diocese, and in exercising judicial power.~ 14 2, 2, 472| belong to the exercise of judicial power in the curia. The 15 2, 2, 483| authenticity for any acts, for judicial acts only, or for acts of 16 3, 0, 833| general, episcopal vicars, and judicial vicars;~6/ in the presence 17 4, 1, 1047| has been brought to the judicial forum.~§2. Dispensation 18 4, 1, 1049| for others brought to the judicial forum, but not for those 19 6, 1, 1340| take care to initiate a judicial or administrative process 20 6, 1, 1341| Whenever just causes preclude a judicial process, a penalty can be 21 6, 1, 1352| appeal or recourse from judicial sentences or from decrees, 22 7, 1, 1418| bishop, who can exercise judicial power personally or through 23 7, 1, 1419| bishop is bound to appoint a judicial vicar, or offcialis, with 24 7, 1, 1419| suggests otherwise.~§2. The judicial vicar constitutes one tribunal 25 7, 1, 1419| reserves to himself.~§3. The judicial vicar can be given assistants 26 7, 1, 1419| who are called adjutant judicial vicars, or vice-officiales.~§ 27 7, 1, 1419| vice-officiales.~§4. Both the judicial vicar and adjutant judicial 28 7, 1, 1419| judicial vicar and adjutant judicial vicars must be priests, 29 7, 1, 1421| Can. 1422 The judicial vicar, adjutant judicial 30 7, 1, 1421| judicial vicar, adjutant judicial vicars, and other judges 31 7, 1, 1424| in individual cases, the judicial vicar is to assign the judges 32 7, 1, 1424| where possible.~§5. The judicial vicar is not to substitute 33 7, 1, 1425| by majority vote.~§2. The judicial vicar or an adjutant judicial 34 7, 1, 1425| judicial vicar or an adjutant judicial vicar must preside over 35 7, 1, 1442| Catholic world; he renders judicial decisions personally, through 36 7, 1, 1449| against the judge.~§2. The judicial vicar deals with the objection; 37 7, 1, 1464| concerning the provision for judicial expenses or a grant of gratuitous 38 7, 1, 1465| request it.~§2. Before the judicial or conventional time limits 39 7, 1, 1467| the day scheduled for a judicial act, the time limit is extended 40 7, 1, 1472| Can. 1472 §1. The judicial acts, both the acts of the 41 7, 1, 1473| Can. 1473 Whenever judicial acts require the signature 42 7, 1, 1475| to furnish a copy of the judicial acts and documents acquired 43 7, 1, 1485| action, an instance, or judicial acts nor come to an agreement, 44 7, 2 | CITATION AND NOTIFICATION OF JUDICIAL ACTS~ 45 7, 2, 1509| decrees, sentences, and other judicial acts must be made through 46 7, 2, 1535| Can. 1535 A judicial confession is the written 47 7, 2, 1536| Can. 1536 §1. The judicial confession of one party 48 7, 2, 1536| public good, however, a judicial confession and declarations 49 7, 2 | CHAPTER V.~JUDICIAL EXAMINATION AND INSPECTION~ 50 7, 2, 1607| case has been handled in a judicial manner, if it is the principal 51 7, 2, 1620| trial took place without the judicial petition mentioned in can. 52 7, 2, 1622| 5/ it is based on a null judicial act whose nullity was not 53 7, 2 | TITLE X.~JUDICIAL EXPENSES AND GRATUITOUS 54 7, 2, 1649| parties to pay or compensate judicial expenses;~2/ the fees for 55 7, 2, 1656| cases permitted in law, the judicial acts are null.~ 56 7, 2, 1659| notification has the effect of the judicial citation mentioned in can. 57 7, 3, 1673| conference of bishops and the judicial vicar of the domicile of 58 7, 3, 1673| consent is given by the judicial vicar of the domicile of 59 7, 3, 1678| 1559;~2/ to inspect the judicial acts, even those not yet 60 7, 3, 1685| sentence is executed, the judicial vicar must notify the local 61 7, 3, 1686| the norm of can. 1677, the judicial vicar or a judge designated 62 7, 3, 1692| the diocesan bishop or a judicial sentence can decide the 63 7, 3, 1700| suitable priest.~§2. If a judicial petition to declare the 64 7, 3, 1713| 1713 In order to avoid judicial contentions an agreement 65 7, 4, 1717| judge in the matter if a judicial process is initiated later.~ 66 7, 4, 1718| expedient;~3/ whether a judicial process must be used or, 67 7, 4, 1721| ordinary has decreed that a judicial penal process must be initiated,


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