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Canon 1146

1. Both the procurator and the advocate are forbidden to win

the suit through bribery or to strike a bargain for excessive

profit or for a claim upon a share of the litigated thing; if

they do such things, the agreement is null and the judge can

punish them with a fine; furthermore, an advocate can be suspended from office and also stricken from the list of advocates

by the authority to whom the tribunal is immediately subject if

it happens again and again. 2. Procurators and advocates are

liable to the same penalties if they withdraw cases from competent tribunals and submit them to other more favorable tribunals

for adjudication in deceit of the law.




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