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Canon 1124

1. The time limits set by law for extinguishing the right to

act cannot be extended nor validly shortened unless the parties

request it. 2. Before they have lapsed, however, other time

limits can be extended by the judge for a just cause after hearing the parties or if they request it; such time limits, however,

may never validly be shortened unless the parties agree. 3.

But the judge is to see to it that the trial is not overly prolonged by such extensions.




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