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Canon 1194

If the citation is legitimately communicated or the parties have

appeared before the judge to pursue the case: (1) the issue

ceases to be res integra; (2) the case becomes proper to that

judge or tribunal before whom the action was begun and is competent in other respects; (3) the jurisdiction of a delegated

judge is firmly established so that it does not expire when the

right of the one delegating ceases; (4) prescription is interrupted unless otherwise provided; (5) the litigation begins to

be pending and therefore the principle becomes operative: while a

suit is pending, nothing new is to be introduced.




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