|Processes » The Method of Proceeding in Administrative Recourse and in the Removal or Transfer of Pastors » Recourse Against Administrative Decrees|
|§1 Before having recourse, the person must seek in writing from its author the revocation or amendment of the decree. Once this petition has been lodged, it is by that very fact understood that the suspension of the execution of the decree is also being sought.
§2 The petition must be made within the peremptory time-limit of ten canonical days from the time the decree was lawfully notified.
§3 The norms in §§1 and 2 do not apply:
1° in having recourse to the Bishop against decrees given by authorities who are subject to him;
2° in having recourse against the decree by which a hierarchical recourse is decided, unless the decision was given by the Bishop himself ;
3° in having recourse in accordance with cann. 57 and 1735.
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