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Canon 1318

1. An appeal lodged by the petitioner also benefits the respondent and vice versa. 2. If there are several respondents or

petitioners, and if the sentence is challenged by only one or

against only one of them, the challenge is considered made by all

of them and against all of them whenever the matter sought is

indivisible or it is a joint obligation. 3. If an appeal is

filed by one party regarding one part of the sentence, the other

party can place an incidental appeal regarding the other parts

within a peremptory time period of fifteen days from the date of

being notified of the principal appeal even though the deadline

for an appeal has expired. 4. Unless there is evidence to the

contrary, it is presumed that an appeal is made against all parts

of a sentence.




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