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Canon 1273

1. If the respondent is present in court later or responds before the settlement of the case, the respondent can adduce conclusions and proofs, with due regard for the prescription of can.

1283; however the judge is to take care that the trial is not

intentionally prolonged through rather long and unnecessary delays. 2. Even if the respondent has not appeared or responded

before the settlement of the case, the respondent can use challenges against the sentence; if the respondent proves that there

was a legitimate impediment for being detained which without personal fault was unable to be made known earlier, the respondent

can use a complaint of nullity.




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