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Canon 1545

1. In the law, a day is understood as a period of time consisting of 24 continuous hours, and it begins at midnight; a week is

a period of seven days, a month is a period of 30 days and a year

a period of 365 days, unless the month and the year are said to

be taken as they appear in the calendar. 2. If the time is

continuous, a month and a year are always to be taken as they appear in the calendar.




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