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   Title, Canon
1 12,497 | delay, after collecting~the proofs, issue a declaration on 2 24,1093| auditor is to collect the proofs according~to the mandate 3 24,1093| the~meantime decide which proofs are to be collected and 4 24,1110| of parties in~furnishing proofs or in placing exceptions 5 24,1113| nature of a case or the proofs are such that the reputation 6 24,1113| by divulging the acts or proofs, or an opportunity for discord 7 24,1128| territory in order to acquire~proofs with the permission of the 8 25,1187| in general the~facts and proofs which will be used to prove 9 25,1198| to present and complete proofs.~ 10 25,1208| Canon 1208~1. Proofs of any type whatever which 11 25,1210| not to proceed to gather~proofs before the joinder of issues ( 12 25,1273| can adduce conclusions and proofs, with due regard for the 13 25,1276| time assigned~to present proofs if the case has reached 14 25,1281| Canon 1281~1. After the proofs have been collected the 15 25,1281| In order to complete the proofs the parties may propose 16 25,1281| parties may propose additional proofs to the judge; when these 17 25,1282| pertinent to the production of proofs has~been completed, it is 18 25,1282| the judge for proposing proofs has expired, or the judge 19 25,1283| witnesses, or arrange for other proofs which~had not been previously 20 25,1283| interested party. 3. The new proofs are to be published with~ 21 25,1289| known from the acts~and proofs.~ 22 25,1291| certitude from the acts and the proofs. 3. However, the judge~must 23 25,1291| judge~must evaluate the proofs conscientiously with due 24 25,1291| the efficacy of certain~proofs. 4. A judge who cannot arrive 25 25,1320| partially. 2. Moreover, new proofs are admitted only in accordance~ 26 25,1321| rendered unless perhaps the proofs must be completed.~ 27 25,1325| tribunal if new and serious proofs or arguments are brought 28 25,1325| presentation of the new proofs and arguments, the appellate 29 25,1326| sentence is so based on proofs which are~later discovered 30 25,1326| false so that without those proofs the~dispositive section 31 25,1344| based; (2) so indicate the proofs~by which the petitioner 32 25,1349| Canon 1349~1. The proofs are collected at the hearing 33 25,1351| 1110 can the judge admit~proofs which have not been presented 34 25,1351| the judge can decree new proofs only in accordance with~ 35 25,1352| Canon 1352~If all the proofs cannot be collected at the 36 25,1353| Canon 1353~When the proofs have been collected, the 37 26,1359| which de facto most of the proofs~are to be collected provided 38 26,1365| Canon 1365~Unless full proofs are present from other sources, 39 26,1394| acts, and also to offer~proofs to the contrary, if he has 40 27,1402| precluding a penal trial, and the proofs of the offense~are certain, 41 28,1479| arisen~a need to collect new proofs, the tribunal, delaying 42 28,1479| case, is to gather the new proofs.~ 43 28,1486| of the~accusation and the proofs and be given the opportunity 44 29,1518| necessary information and proofs; hear or consult~those who 45 29,1518| contradicts it~the information and proofs which can be known without


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