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|§1 An adjudged matter has the force of law and cannot be challenged directly, except in accordance with can. 1645 §1.
§2 It has the effect of law between the parties; it gives the right to an action arising from the judgement and to an exception of an adjudged matter; to prevent a new introduction of the same case, the judge can even declare such an exception ex officio.
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