Peremptorisation (default proceedings) is the summonsing of a party under the threat that otherwise the order or judgment will be made on the basis of the unilateral submission of the other party or on the basis of the files. The actual submissions of the party that appeared are thus deemed to be true, those of the disobedient party, if disputed, are deemed to be withdrawn.
German: Peremptorisierung (606)
Source: LK-Lötscher, 11.05.2020
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