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Canon 1283

1. After the conclusion of the case, the judge can still call

the same or other witnesses, or arrange for other proofs which

had not been previously asked for, only: (1) in cases in which

it is a question solely of the private good of the parties and if

all the parties give consent; (2) in other cases, after hearing

the parties and provided that there exists a serious reason and

all danger of fraud or subordination is removed; (3) in all

cases, whenever it is likely that the future sentence may turn

out to be unjust because of the reasons listed in can. 1326, 2,

nn. 1-3, if new proof is not admitted. 2. However, the judge

can order or allow that a document be exhibited which, perhaps,

could not have been exhibited earlier, through no fault of the

interested party. 3. The new proofs are to be published with

due regard for can. 1281, 1.




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