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Canon 1119

1. If an exception is proposed against the competence of the

judge, the same judge must deal with the matter. 2. In the

case of an exception of relative incompetence, if the judge finds

for competence, the decision does not admit of appeal; but it can

be attacked by a complaint of nullity, restitutio in integrum, or

the intervention of a third party. 3. But if the judge finds

for incompetence, the person who feels injured can appeal to the

appellate tribunal within fifteen available days (dies utiles).




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