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Canon 1205

1. A petitioner can renounce the instance at any stage or grade

of trial; both petitioner and respondent can likewise renounce

either all or some of the acts of the process. 2. In order for

them to renounce an instance, the guardians and administrators of

juridic persons need to consult with or obtain the consent of

those whose involvement is required to place acts which go beyond

the limits of ordinary administration. 3. In order for a renunciation to be valid it is to be made in writing and also

signed by the party or by the party's procurator with a special

mandate to do so; it must be communicated to the other party,

accepted, or at least not attacked, by that party, and admitted

by the judge.




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