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Canon 1354

1. Unless from the discussion it is discovered that something

must be supplied in the instruction of the case or something else

turns up which prevents the due pronouncement of the sentence,

the judge immediately decides the case privately when the hearing

has been completed; the dispositive part of the sentence is to be

read at once in the presence of the parties. 2. However, the

tribunal can defer the decision until the fifth available day because of the difficulty of the matter or for another just cause.

3. The complete text of the sentence with the reasons expressed

is to be made known to the parties as soon as possible, ordinarily not beyond fifteen days.




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