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  • TITLE 22 Recourse Against Administrative Decrees
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Canon 998

1. It is very desirable that whenever someone feels injured by

a decree, there not be a dispute between this person and the

author of the decree but that they seek to find an equitable

solution between them, perhaps through the use of wise persons in

mediation or study so that through a voluntary emendation of the

decree or through just compensation or by some other suitable

means the controversy may be avoided. 2. The superior authority should encourage the parties to do this before he receives

the appeal.




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