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Processes » Trials in General » Actions and Exceptions » Specific actions and exceptions
Canon 1499. A judge who grants the sequestration of a thing or a restraint upon the exercise of a right can first impose an obligation upon the person to compensate for damages if that person’s right is not proven.
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