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Canon 1286

1. After the defense briefs and observations have been communicated to each one, both parties are permitted to present rejoinders within a short period of time set by the judge. 2. This

right is granted to the parties only once unless it seems to the

judge that it must be granted a second time for a reason; however, in that case, the grant made to one party is considered

made also to the other party. 3. The promoter of justice and

the defender of the bond have the right to reply again to the

rejoinders of the parties.




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