Rule 1038.1. Case Submitted on Stipulated Facts.
A case may be submitted on stipulated facts for decision by a judge without a jury. The practice and procedure as far as practicable shall be in accordance with the rules governing a trial without jury.
See Rules 1038 governing trial without jury and 227.1 et seq. governing post-trial practice.
The provisions of this Rule 1038.1 adopted August 9, 1996, effective January 1, 1997, 26 Pa.B. 4216.
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