|Processes » Trials in General » Different Grades and Kinds of Tribunals » The tribunal of the second instance|
|Without prejudice to the provision of can. 1444 §1, n. 1:
1° an appeal from the tribunal of a suffragan Bishop is to the metropolitan tribunal, without prejudice to the provisions of can. 1439.
2° in cases heard at first instance in the tribunal of the Metropolitan, the appeal is to a tribunal which the Metropolitan, with the approval of the Apostolic See, has designated in a stable fashion;
3° for cases dealt with before a provincial Superior, the tribunal of second instance is that of the supreme Moderator; for cases heard before the local Abbot, the second instance court is that of the Abbot superior of the monastic congregation.
Page generated in 0.0014 seconds.
Website code © 2020 (MIT License). Version 2.7.2 FAQ