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Canon 1001

1. Recourse must be proposed within a peremptory period of

fifteen days. 2. The period of fifteen days runs: (1) in a

case in which the petition of revocation or emendation of the

decree is permitted, from the day the decree is made known the

party by which the author amended the prior decree or rejected

the petition, or, if he decrees nothing, from the thirtieth day

from the receipt of the petition; (2) in other cases, from the

day on which the decree is made known to the party.




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