|Code of Canon Law|
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JUDICIAL EXAMINATION AND INSPECTION
Can. 1582 If, in order to decide a case, the judge considers it opportune to visit some place or to inspect some thing, the judge, after having heard the parties, is to order it by a decree describing in summary fashion those things which must be exhibited during the visit or inspection.
Can. 1583 When the visit or inspection has been completed, a report about it is to be drafted.