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Canon 1328

1. A petition of restitutio in integrum suspends the execution

of a sentence if the execution has not yet begun. 2. If, however, from probable indications there is a suspicion that the

petition has been made in order to delay the execution of the

sentence, the judge can decree that the sentence be executed but

with due caution being taken to indemnify the person seeking restitutio in integrum if it is granted.




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