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Canon 1281

1. After the proofs have been collected the judge by a decree

must, under pain of nullity, permit the parties and their advocates to inspect at the tribunal chancery the acts which are not

yet known to them; a copy of the acts can also be given to advocates upon request; however, in cases concerned with the public

good, in order to avoid very serious dangers, the judge can decree that a given act is not to be shown to anyone, with due

concern, however, that the right of defense always remains intact. 2. In order to complete the proofs the parties may propose additional proofs to the judge; when these have been collected there is an occasion for repeating the decree mentioned in 1

if the judge thinks it necessary.




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