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Code of Canon Law


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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 7, 1, 1406| follows the forum of the respondent. If the respondent has more 2 7, 1, 1406| of the respondent. If the respondent has more than one forum, 3 7, 1, 1414| which legitimately cited the respondent first.~ 4 7, 1 | The Petitioner and the Respondent~ 5 7, 1, 1477| Even if the petitioner or respondent has appointed a procurator 6 7, 1, 1494| Can. 1494 §1. The respondent can file a counterclaim 7 7, 2, 1504| or quasi-domicile of the respondent.~ 8 7, 2, 1508| communicated immediately to the respondent and at the same time to 9 7, 2, 1510| Can. 1510 A respondent who refuses to accept the 10 7, 2, 1524| both the petitioner and the respondent can renounce either all 11 7, 2, 1592| Can. 1592 §1. If the cited respondent has neither appeared nor 12 7, 2, 1592| required, is to declare the respondent absent from the trial and 13 7, 2, 1592| citation has reached the respondent within the useful time, 14 7, 2, 1593| Can. 1593 §1. If the respondent appears at the trial later 15 7, 2, 1593| decision in the case, the respondent can offer conclusions and 16 7, 2, 1593| delays.~§2. Even if the respondent did not appear or respond 17 7, 2, 1593| decision in the case, the respondent can use challenges against 18 7, 2, 1593| against the sentence; if the respondent proves that there was a 19 7, 2, 1593| made known beforehand, the respondent can use a complaint of nullity.~ 20 7, 2, 1595| 1595 §1. A petitioner or respondent who is absent from the trial 21 7, 2, 1595| both the petitioner and the respondent were absent from the trial, 22 7, 2, 1608| established and is to dismiss the respondent as absolved, unless it concerns 23 7, 2, 1612| tribunal, the petitioner, the respondent, and the procurator, with 24 7, 2, 1620| instituted against some respondent;~5/ it was rendered between 25 7, 2, 1637| petitioner also benefits the respondent and vice versa.~§2. If there 26 7, 2, 1659| petition be communicated to the respondent, giving to the latter the 27 7, 2, 1660| If the exceptions of the respondent demand it, the judge is 28 7, 3, 1673| of the place in which the respondent has a domicile or quasi-domicile;~ 29 7, 3, 1673| vicar of the domicile of the respondent gives consent after he has 30 7, 3, 1673| consent after he has heard the respondent;~4/ the tribunal of the 31 7, 3, 1673| vicar of the domicile of the respondent, who is first to ask if 32 7, 3, 1673| who is first to ask if the respondent has any exception to make.~ ~ 33 7, 3, 1701| permit the petitioner or the respondent to have the assistance of 34 7, 3, 1703| or the exception of the respondent, however, he is prudently


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