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Canon 1269

1. The judge, having received the petition and heard the parties, is to decide most expeditiously whether the proposed incidental question seems to have a basis and a connection with the

principal issue, or whether it must be rejected from the outset;

and, if it is admitted, whether it is of such seriousness that it

must be resolved by an interlocutory sentence or by a decree.

2. On the other hand, if the judge decides that the incidental

question is not to be resolved before the definitive sentence,

the judge is to decree that it will be considered when the principal case is settled.




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