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Canon 1005

Even if a decree from a superior authority is confirmed, declared

null, rescinded, revoked, or amended, in regard to the reparation

of damages, if perhaps they are owed, the one who gave the first

decree should respond; the superior authority should respond only

to the extent of the damages which arose from its decree.




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