The action
LexInter | June 4, 2003 | 0 Comments

THE ACTION

Article 30

The action is the right, for the author of a claim, to be heard on the merits of this one so that the judge can say it well or ill-founded.
For the opponent, action is the right to discuss the merits of this claim.

 V ° INTEREST IN ACTING

RECENT JURISPRUDENCE: INTEREST IN ACTING

Article 31

   The action is open to anyone who has a legitimate interest in the success or rejection of a claim, subject to cases in which the law grants the right to act to only those persons whom it qualifies to raise or combat a claim. , or to defend a specific interest.

Article 32

   Any claim made by or against a person deprived of the right to act is inadmissible.

V ° ABUSIVE PROCEDURE

Article 32-1

(Decree nº 78-62 of January 20, 1978 art. 14 Official Journal of January 24, 1978) (Decree nº 2001-373 of April 27, 2001 art. 1st Official Journal of April 29, 2001 in force on January 1, 2002)

   Whoever acts in a dilatory or abusive manner may be sentenced to a civil fine of 15 euros to 1,500 euros, without prejudice to the damages that would be claimed.

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