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   Title, Canon
1 24,1073| follows the~forum of the respondent; but if the respondent has 2 24,1073| the respondent; but if the respondent has a number of~fora, the 3 24,1082| first legitimately cites the respondent has the right to judge the 4 24,1116| and~thus the rights of the respondent would not by sufficiently~ 5 24,1116| may at the request of the respondent or even in~virtue of his 6 24,1134| in a trial; however, the~respondent who has been legitimately 7 24,1135| Although a petitioner or respondent has appointed a procurator 8 24,1155| A petitioner can bring a respondent to court by several actions~ 9 24,1156| Canon 1156~1. A respondent can file a counter-claim 10 25,1187| or quasi-domicile of the respondent.~ 11 25,1191| forwarded immediately to the respondent and at the same time to 12 25,1191| to be made known to the respondent before the~latter makes 13 25,1191| to enter the trial in the respondent's name according to~the 14 25,1192| clear in the acts. 3. ~A respondent who refuses to accept the 15 25,1205| trial; both petitioner and respondent can likewise renounce~either 16 25,1272| Canon 1272~1. If the respondent, after having been cited, 17 25,1272| judge is to declare~the respondent absent from the trial and 18 25,1272| drawn up by law reached the respondent within available time even 19 25,1273| Canon 1273~1. If the respondent is present in court later 20 25,1273| settlement of the case, the respondent can adduce conclusions and 21 25,1273| unnecessary delays. 2. Even if the respondent has not appeared or responded~ 22 25,1273| settlement of the case, the respondent can use challenges against 23 25,1273| against the sentence; if the respondent proves that there~was a 24 25,1273| made known earlier, the respondent~can use a complaint of nullity.~ 25 25,1275| both the petitioner and the respondent were absent from the~trial, 26 25,1291| established,~and is to dismiss the respondent as absolved, unless there 27 25,1295| who is the~petitioner, the respondent, the procurator, with the 28 25,1303| instituted against some respondent; (5) it~was rendered between 29 25,1318| petitioner also benefits the respondent and vice versa. 2. If there 30 25,1342| res iudicata. 2. ~If the respondent is to furnish something 31 25,1345| petition be communicated to the respondent, granting the~latter the 32 25,1346| If the exceptions of the respondent demand it, that judge is 33 26,1359| of the place in which the respondent has a domicile or~quasi-domicile; ( 34 26,1359| vicar of the domicile of the respondent agrees, after hearing the 35 26,1359| agrees, after hearing the respondent; (4) ~the tribunal of the 36 26,1359| vicar of the~domicile of the respondent agrees after hearing the 37 26,1359| agrees after hearing the respondent.~


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