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Canon 1293

1. If there is only one judge, that judge will write the sentence. 2. In a collegiate tribunal it is the duty of the

ponens or relator to write the sentence, drawing the reasons from

those which the individual judges brought out in the discussion,

unless it has been previously decided by the majority of the

judges which reasons are to be preferred; then the sentence is to

be submitted for the approval of the individual judges. 3. The

sentence must be issued not beyond one month from the day on

which the case was settled, unless, in a collegiate tribunal, the

judges set a longer period of time for a serious reason.




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