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Canon 1282

1. When everything pertinent to the production of proofs has

been completed, it is time for the conclusion of the case. 2.

The conclusion takes place whenever the parties declare that they

have nothing more to add, or the time set by the judge for proposing proofs has expired, or the judge declares that the case is

sufficiently instructed. 3. The judge is to issue a decree

that the conclusion of the case has been completed, in whatever

manner it took place.




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