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Canon 1497

1. Ignorance or error concerning invalidating or disqualifying

laws does not hinder their effectiveness unless it is expressly

determined otherwise. 2. Ignorance or error about a law, a

penalty, a fact concerning oneself, or a notorious fact concerning another is not presumed; it is presumed about a fact concerning another which is not notorious until the contrary is proven.




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