Court of Appeals’ Action When New Trial is Filed

New Trial Remedial Law

What actions may the Court of Appeals do when a motion for new trial is filed?

The Court of Appeals shall consider the new evidence together with that adduced at the trial below, and may grant or refuse a new trial, or may make such order, with notice to both parties, as to the taking of further testimony, either orally in court, or by depositions, or render such other judgment as ought to be rendered upon such terms as it may deem just. (Section 2, Rule 53 of Philippines’ Rules of Court, Remedial Law Reviewer)

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