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Processes » The Method of Proceeding in Administrative Recourse and in the Removal or Transfer of Pastors » Recourse Against Administrative Decrees
Canon 1734. §1. Before proposing recourse a person must seek the revocation or emendation of the decree in writing from its author. When this petition is proposed, by that very fact suspension of the execution of the decree is also understood to be requested.

§2. The petition must be made within the peremptory period of ten useful days from the legitimate notification of the decree.

§3. The norms of §§1 and 2 are not valid:

1. for recourse proposed to a bishop against decrees issued by authorities subject to him;

2. for recourse proposed against a decree which decides a hierarchical recourse unless the bishop gave the decision;

3. for recourse proposed according to the norm of cann. 57 and 1735.
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