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Canon 1331

1. An opposition can be filed either by asking the tribunal

that issued the sentence for its revision or by appealing to the

tribunal of appeals. 2. If the petition is accepted and the

opponent acts at the appeal level, he is to be bound by the norms

on appeals; if the case is presented before the tribunal that

gave the sentence the procedural norms for incidental cases ought

to be followed.




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