|Sanctions in the Church » Penalties for Individual Delicts » The Crime of Falsehood|
|Canon 1390.||§1. A person who falsely denounces before an ecclesiastical superior a confessor for the delict mentioned in can. 1387 incurs a latae sententiae interdict and, if he is a cleric, also a suspension.
§2. A person who offers an ecclesiastical superior any other calumnious denunciation of a delict or who otherwise injures the good reputation of another can be punished with a just penalty, not excluding a censure.
§3. A calumniator can also be forced to make suitable reparation.
|Canon 1391.||The following can be punished with a just penalty according to the gravity of the delict:
1. a person who produces a false public ecclesiastical document, who changes, destroys, or conceals an authentic one, or who uses a false or altered one;
2. a person who uses another false or altered document in an ecclesiastical matter;
3. a person who asserts a falsehood in a public ecclesiastical document.
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