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|Without prejudice to the prescript of can. 1643, a *res iudicata *occurs:
1. if a second concordant sentence is rendered between the same parties over the same issue and on the same cause for petitioning;
2. if an appeal against the sentence has not been introduced within the useful time;
3. if at the appellate grade, the trial has been abated or renounced;
4. if a definitive sentence has been rendered from which there is no appeal according to the norm of can. 1629.
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