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Canon 1337

1. A sentence which has become a res iudicata can be executed

with due regard for the prescription of can. 1328. 2. The

judge who rendered the sentence and also the appellate judge if

an appeal has been filed, can ex officio or at the request of a

party order a provisional execution of a sentence which has not

yet become a res iudicata after having arranged, if the case warrants, for the rendering of appropriate guarantees if there is

question of provisions or payments for necessary sustenance or if

some other just cause is pressing. 3. On the other hand if the

sentence mentioned is challenged and if the judge who must take

cognizance of the challenge sees that it is probably well-founded

and irreparable harm could arise from the execution of the sentence, the judge can suspend its execution or subject it to a

safeguard.




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