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Processes » The Contentious Trial » The Ordinary Contentious Trial » Challenging of the Sentence » Complaint of nullity against the sentence
Canon 1622. A sentence suffers from the defect of remediable nullity only if:

1. it was rendered by an illegitimate number of judges contrary to the prescript of can. 1425, §1;

2. it does not contain the motives or reasons for the decision;

3. it lacks the signatures prescribed by law;

4. it does not indicate the year, month, day, and place in which it was rendered;

5. it is based on a null judicial act whose nullity was not sanated according to the norm of can. 1619;

6. it was rendered against a party legitimately absent according to can. 1593, §2.
Canon 1623. A complaint of nullity in the cases mentioned in can. 1622 can be proposed within three months from the notice of the publication of the sentence.

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