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Canon 1217

1. If it is a question of some private matter and the public

good is not at stake the judicial confession of one party relieves the other parties from the burden of proof. 2. In cases

which concern the public good, however, a judicial confession and

the declarations of the parties which are not confessions can

have a probative force to be evaluated by the judge along with

the other circumstances of the case; but complete probative force

cannot be attributed to them unless other elements are present

which thoroughly corroborate them.




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