10 February 1971
[a] formal contrast: in one case, the two parties swear on oath; in the other case, the judge too utters the ritual formula of the oath and imprecation;
[b] contrast in the way the sentence is arrived at: in one case through the mechanism of oaths; in the other by a decision of the judge who is not bound by the oaths of the parties.
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