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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | characterizes and distinguishes the process of developing the present 2 Intr | by means of such a long process, by as collegial a method 3 Intr | as guidelines during the process of revising the whole Code. 4 Intr | required by the revision process can only be sketched at 5 Intr | which ought to guide the process of revising the Code, it 6 Intr | During the whole revision process 105 cardinals, 77~archbishops 7 Intr | followed in the drafting process or how the Commission and 8 Intr | than sixteen year revision process are to be briefly recalled. 9 Intr | in view of the revision process, with the present Code as 10 Intr | approved, at times after a process of voting on individual 11 Intr | the latter stages of the process, certain mixed study groups 12 Intr | observations at this stage of the process.~The order in which the 13 Intr | slowly during the revision process, is based on two principles, 14 Intr | very outset of the revision process.~On June 29, 1980, the solemnity 15 Intr | last phase of the revision process, the Supreme Pontiff determined 16 2, 2, 364| instruct the informational process concerning those to be promoted, 17 2, 3, 697| council, has decided that a process of dismissal must be begun:~ 18 2, 3, 703| to take care to begin a process of dismissal according to 19 4, 1, 1144| summary and extrajudicial process that it cannot be done or 20 6, 1, 1340| judicial or administrative process to impose or declare penalties 21 6, 1, 1341| causes preclude a judicial process, a penalty can be imposed 22 7, 1, 1413| same tribunal in the same process unless a prescript of law 23 7, 1, 1436| notary is to take part in any process, so much so that the acts 24 7, 1, 1470| necessary to expedite the process.~§2. With appropriate penalties, 25 7, 1, 1472| question, and the acts of the process, that is, those pertaining 26 7, 1, 1475| documents acquired in the process.~ ~ 27 7, 2, 1505| basis will appear through a process.~§3. If the libellus has 28 7, 2, 1511| legitimately, the acts of the process are null, without prejudice 29 7, 2, 1522| extinguishes the acts of the process but not the acts of the 30 7, 2, 1524| some of the acts of the process.~§2. To renounce a trial, 31 7, 2, 1545| parties to be presented in the process.~ 32 7, 2, 1590| for the oral contentious process are to be observed unless 33 7, 2, 1594| wishes to intervene in the process, can. 1593 is to be observed.~ 34 7, 2, 1627| for the oral contentious process.~ 35 7, 2, 1631| of the oral contentious process.~ 36 7, 2 | II.~THE ORAL CONTENTIOUS PROCESS (Cann. 1656 - 1670)~ 37 7, 2, 1656| in the oral contentious process mentioned in this section 38 7, 2, 1656| the ordinary contentious process.~§2. If the oral process 39 7, 2, 1656| process.~§2. If the oral process is used outside of the cases 40 7, 2, 1657| 1657 The oral contentious process takes place in the first 41 7, 2, 1669| that the oral contentious process was used at a lower grade 42 7, 3 | Art. 6.~THE DOCUMENTARY PROCESS~ 43 7, 3, 1686| formalities of the ordinary process are omitted except for the 44 7, 3, 1687| writing that a documentary process is involved.~§2. The party 45 7, 3, 1690| treated in an oral contentious process.~ 46 7, 3, 1693| the ordinary contentious process, the oral contentious process 47 7, 3, 1693| process, the oral contentious process is to be used.~§2. If the 48 7, 3, 1693| the ordinary contentious process has been used and an appeal 49 7, 3 | CHAPTER III.~PROCESS FOR THE DISPENSATION OF 50 7, 3, 1699| for the instruction of the process if the petition is well 51 7, 3, 1704| If the instruction of the process has been entrusted to another 52 7, 3, 1705| inspect the acts of the process, though not the votum of 53 7, 3 | CHAPTER IV.~PROCESS IN THE PRESUMED DEATH OF 54 7, 4 | PART IV.~THE PENAL PROCESS (Cann. 1717 - 1731)~ 55 7, 4, 1717| obligations as an auditor in the process; the same person cannot 56 7, 4, 1717| the matter if a judicial process is initiated later.~ 57 7, 4, 1718| to decide:~1/ whether a process to inflict or declare a 58 7, 4, 1718| expedient;~3/ whether a judicial process must be used or, unless 59 7, 4, 1719| necessary for the penal process.~ 60 7, 4 | THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE PROCESS~ 61 7, 4, 1721| decreed that a judicial penal process must be initiated, he is 62 7, 4, 1722| accused, at any stage of the process can exclude the accused 63 7, 4, 1722| law itself when the penal process ceases.~ 64 7, 4, 1724| deliberation initiated the process.~§2. For validity the accused


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