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|§1. In addition to the things enumerated in can. 1504, the libellus which introduces the litigation must:
1. set forth briefly, completely, and clearly the facts on which the requests of the petitioner are based;
2. indicate the proofs by which the petitioner intends to demonstrate the facts but which cannot be presented at once, in such a way that the judge can collect them immediately.
§2. The documents on which the petition is based must be attached to the libellus, at least in an authentic copy.
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