Recognize Differences in Rejected Verdicts and NO Verdicts
SARI LAW OFFICE When filing a civil lawsuit to the court, there are 3 rulings that can be decided by the judge, namely The Verdict Received, The Verdict Rejected and the No Verdict (unacceptable). For some people may not yet know the difference between the Rejected Verdict and the NO Verdict (unacceptable). Therefore, we have described it briefly in an article titled "Recognize differences in Rejected Verdicts and NO Verdicts"
What Is a Rejected Verdict and NO Verdict?
Rejected Verdict is a verdict on a case that has been examined up to the point of its case, while the No Verdict (Niet Ontvankelijke Verklaard / Unacceptable) is a ruling stating that the lawsuit is unacceptable for reasons of disability lawsuit formil. So against the verdict NO can be filed a re-lawsuit
Some Reasons for Verdict NO:
- the lawsuit has no legal basis;
- lawsuit error in persona in the form of disqualification or plurium litis consortium;
- claims contain defects or libel obscuur; Or
- the lawsuit violates absolute or relative jurisdiction (competency) and so on.
How to Avoid Verdict NO
- The submission of information to the author of the lawsuit must be clearer and more detailed so that the lawsuit is not NO. if the lawsuit is dropped NO, it will be very detrimental because it is tired of litigation, costs a lot, finally the lawsuit should be repeated with a new lawsuit.
- Be careful when filing a lawsuit, know all parties carefully and include as a party in the lawsuit so that no one is left behind, as well as against the object of the lawsuit in order to be clear of its identity, including if the object is ground so that the boundaries and comparisons are clear so as not to misconduct the object.
In filing a lawsuit, the parties involved must be thorough first, the object must also be clear, the comparison, the limits, if it gets wrong, must be a new lawsuit.
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