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[56] Read another statute.“Law

Judgements and awards given under the law while the government was democratic shall be valid.”

No, says Timocrates; they shall not be valid, at least when the penalty of imprisonment has been imposed.—Proceed.“Law

But acts done and judgements delivered during the time of the Thirty Tyrants, whether in private or public suits, shall be invalid.”

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