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Canon 1115

1. Judges who refuse to try a case even if they are certainly

and obviously competent, who declare themselves competent without

any legal basis and hear and decide cases, who violate the law of

secrecy or who inflict some damage on the parties out of malice

or serious negligence can be punished by the competent authority

with fitting penalties, including deprivation of office. 2.

Other officers of the tribunal and auditors also can be punished

with the same penalties if they do not fulfill their office as

above; the judge can also punish all of them.




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