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Canon 1272

1. If the respondent, after having been cited, has neither appeared nor offered a suitable excuse for being absent, nor responded in accordance with can. 1190, 1, the judge is to declare

the respondent absent from the trial and is to decree that the

case should proceed to the definitive sentence and its execution,

while observing all the formalities which are to be observed.

2. Before issuing the decree, the judge must have proof that

the citation drawn up by law reached the respondent within available time even by issuing a new citation if necessary.




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