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     Book,  Part, Can.
1001 7, 2, 1650| the sentence mentioned in §2 is challenged, the judge 1002 7, 2, 1653| personally or through another.~§2. If he refuses or neglects 1003 7, 2, 1654| obvious sense of the words.~§2. The executor is permitted 1004 7, 2, 1655| there is a res iudicata.~§2. In personal actions, when 1005 7, 2, 1656| ordinary contentious process.~§2. If the oral process is 1006 7, 2, 1658| the petitioner are based;~2/ indicate the proofs by 1007 7, 2, 1658| collect them immediately.~§2. The documents on which 1008 7, 2, 1659| the norm of can. 1446, §2 proved useless and the judge 1009 7, 2, 1659| chancery within fifteen days.~§2. This notification has the 1010 7, 2, 1661| citation of the parties.~§2. In the citation the parties 1011 7, 2, 1663| prescript of can. 1418.~§2. A party and his or her 1012 7, 2, 1668| parties who are present.~§2. The tribunal can defer 1013 7, 3, 1673| marriage was celebrated;~2/ the tribunal of the place 1014 7, 3 | Art. 2.~THE RIGHT TO CHALLENGE 1015 7, 3, 1674| marriage:~1/ the spouses;~2/ the promoter of justice 1016 7, 3, 1675| or in the civil forum.~§2. If a spouse dies while 1017 7, 3, 1677| the norm of can. 1508.~§2. When fifteen days have 1018 7, 3, 1678| prescript of can. 1559;~2/ to inspect the judicial 1019 7, 3, 1678| presented by the parties.~§2. The parties cannot be present 1020 7, 3, 1682| other acts of the trial.~§2. If a sentence in favor 1021 7, 3, 1684| ordinary has forbidden this.~§2. The prescripts of can. 1022 7, 3, 1687| documentary process is involved.~§2. The party who considers 1023 7, 3, 1692| of the following canons.~§2. Where an ecclesiastical 1024 7, 3, 1692| observed the prescript of §2, is to try to defer the 1025 7, 3, 1693| process is to be used.~§2. If the ordinary contentious 1026 7, 3, 1693| the norm of can. 1682, §2.~ 1027 7, 3, 1698| to grant a dispensation.~§2. Only the Roman Pontiff, 1028 7, 3, 1699| petition is well founded.~§2. If the proposed case has 1029 7, 3, 1700| or a suitable priest.~§2. If a judicial petition 1030 7, 3, 1701| intervene in these processes.~§2. A legal representative 1031 7, 3, 1703| inform the interested party.~§2. The judge can show a document 1032 7, 3, 1704| suitability of the favor.~§2. If the instruction of the 1033 7, 3, 1705| the defender of the bond.~§2. If supplemental instruction 1034 7, 3, 1705| mentioned in can. 1701, §2 can inspect the acts of 1035 7, 3, 1707| declaration of presumed death.~§2. The diocesan bishop is 1036 7, 3, 1709| it must handle the case.~§2. Once the libellus has been 1037 7, 3, 1715| make disposition freely.~§2. For temporal ecclesiastical 1038 7, 3, 1716| where it was rendered.~§2. If civil law permits the 1039 7, 4, 1717| seems entirely superfluous.~§2. Care must be taken so that 1040 7, 4, 1718| penalty can be initiated;~2/ whether, attentive to can. 1041 7, 4, 1718| of extrajudicial decree.~§2. The ordinary is to revoke 1042 7, 4, 1718| decrees mentioned in §§1 and 2, the ordinary is to hear 1043 7, 4, 1720| being properly summoned;~2/ he is to weigh carefully 1044 7, 4, 1721| of cann. 1502 and 1504.~§2. The promoter of justice 1045 7, 4, 1723| limit set by the judge.~§2. If the accused does not 1046 7, 4, 1724| initiated the process.~§2. For validity the accused 1047 7, 4, 1727| in cann. 1344 and 1345.~§2. The promoter of justice 1048 7, 4, 1728| are also to be observed.~§2. The accused is not bound 1049 7, 4, 1729| the norm of can. 1596.~§2. The intervention of the 1050 7, 4, 1730| sentence in the penal trial.~§2. After rendering the sentence 1051 7, 5, 1733| controversy in a suitable way.~§2. The conference of bishops 1052 7, 5, 1733| or council mentioned in §2 is especially to be of assistance 1053 7, 5, 1734| understood to be requested.~§2. The petition must be made 1054 7, 5, 1734| 3. The norms of §§1 and 2 are not valid:~1/ for recourse 1055 7, 5, 1734| authorities subject to him;~2/ for recourse proposed against 1056 7, 5, 1736| also has the same effect.~§2. In other cases, if the 1057 7, 5, 1736| according to the norm of §2 and recourse is proposed 1058 7, 5, 1736| according to the norm of §§1 or 2 ceases by that very fact.~ 1059 7, 5, 1737| hierarchical superior.~§2. Recourse must be proposed 1060 7, 5, 1737| the norm of can. 1736, §2, the superior can order 1061 7, 5, 1741| ecclesiastical communion;~2/ ineptitude or a permanent 1062 7, 5, 1742| arguments for the removal.~§2. The prescript of can. 682, § 1063 7, 5, 1742| prescript of can. 682, §2 is to be observed for pastors 1064 7, 5, 1744| useful time to respond.~§2. If the bishop establishes 1065 7, 5, 1745| he has to the contrary;~2/ when any necessary instruction 1066 7, 5, 1747| has entrusted the parish.~§2. If, however, the man is 1067 7, 5, 1751| the lapse of a set time.~§2. If this period of time


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