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Code of Canon Law


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recourse
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | be set aside and rather recourse is to be taken to exhortations 2 1, 0, 17| remains doubtful and obscure, recourse must be made to parallel 3 1, 0, 57| legitimately proposes a petition or recourse to obtain a decree, the 4 1, 0, 57| receipt of the petition or recourse unless the law prescribes 5 1, 0, 57| presentation of further recourse.~§3. A presumed negative 6 1, 0, 67| rescript is invalid or not, recourse is to be made to the one 7 1, 0, 87| other authority.~§2. If recourse to the Holy See is difficult 8 1, 0, 143| an appeal is made or a recourse is lodged against privation 9 1, 0, 166| evident juridically that recourse had been made at least within 10 2, 1, 270| however, is permitted to make recourse against the decision.~ 11 2, 1, 316| prejudice to the right of recourse to the ecclesiastical authority 12 2, 2, 333| office.~§3. No appeal or recourse is permitted against a sentence 13 2, 2, 415| in promotion, is to have recourse immediately to the Holy 14 2, 3, 700| dismissed possesses to make recourse to the competent authority 15 2, 3, 700| receiving notification. The recourse has suspensive effect.~ 16 4, 1, 1030| presbyterate, without prejudice to recourse according to the norm of 17 4, 1, 1048| which remains of making recourse as soon as possible to the 18 4, 1, 1080| insufficient time to make recourse to the Apostolic See or 19 4, 1, 1152| months and did not make recourse to the ecclesiastical or 20 5, 0, 1280| to its right of action or recourse against the administrators 21 5, 0, 1309| 1308.~§3. In other cases, recourse is to be made to the Apostolic 22 6, 1, 1352| Can. 1353 An appeal or recourse from judicial sentences 23 6, 1, 1356| the obligation of making recourse within a month to the competent 24 6, 1, 1356| scandal and damage; however, recourse can also be made through 25 6, 1, 1356| are also obliged to make recourse.~ 26 6, 2, 1371| 1372 A person who makes recourse against an act of the Roman 27 7, 1, 1416| stage of the litigation.~§2. Recourse brought to the Apostolic 28 7, 2, 1505| ten available days to make recourse with substantiating reasons 29 7, 2, 1513| terms, the parties can make recourse to the judge within ten 30 7, 2, 1644| concerning the status of persons, recourse can be made at any time 31 7, 2, 1644| be admitted or not.~§2. Recourse to a higher tribunal in 32 7, 2, 1649| but the party can make recourse within fifteen days to the 33 7, 3, 1699| consult the Apostolic See.~§3. Recourse to the Apostolic See is 34 7, 5 | PROCEEDING IN ADMINISTRATIVE RECOURSE AND IN THE REMOVAL OR TRANSFER 35 7, 5 | SECTION I.~RECOURSE AGAINST ADMINISTRATIVE DECREES ( 36 7, 5, 1733| the time limits for making recourse have not elapsed. If recourse 37 7, 5, 1733| recourse have not elapsed. If recourse has been proposed against 38 7, 5, 1733| superior who deals with the recourse is to urge the person making 39 7, 5, 1733| to urge the person making recourse and the author of the decree 40 7, 5, 1734| 1734 §1. Before proposing recourse a person must seek the revocation 41 7, 5, 1734| 2 are not valid:~1/ for recourse proposed to a bishop against 42 7, 5, 1734| authorities subject to him;~2/ for recourse proposed against a decree 43 7, 5, 1734| which decides a hierarchical recourse unless the bishop gave the 44 7, 5, 1734| gave the decision;~3/ for recourse proposed according to the 45 7, 5, 1735| the time limits for making recourse run from the notification 46 7, 5, 1736| matters in which hierarchical recourse suspends the execution of 47 7, 5, 1736| according to the norm of §2 and recourse is proposed afterwards, 48 7, 5, 1736| person who must deal with the recourse according to the norm of 49 7, 5, 1736| confirmed or revoked.~§4. If no recourse is proposed against the 50 7, 5, 1737| aggrieved by a decree can make recourse for any just reason to the 51 7, 5, 1737| who issued the decree. The recourse can be proposed before the 52 7, 5, 1737| hierarchical superior.~§2. Recourse must be proposed within 53 7, 5, 1737| even in cases in which recourse does not suspend the execution 54 7, 5, 1738| 1738 The person making recourse always has the right to 55 7, 5, 1738| officio if the person making recourse lacks one and the superior 56 7, 5, 1738| order the person making recourse to be present in order to 57 7, 5, 1739| superior who deals with the recourse, as the case warrants, is 58 7, 5, 1747| necessity lasts.~§3. While recourse against a decree of removal


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