peremptory exception

Definition of "peremptory exception"
  1. It's a legal phrase used when a defendant argues that either there's no legal solution for the damage the plaintiff claims, the claim is blocked by a prior judgment or statute of limitations, or a vital party is missing from the case
How to use "peremptory exception" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer used a peremptory exception to argue against a legal remedy for the injury.
  2. The court accepted the peremptory exception, agreeing that the claim was blocked by a previous judgment.
  3. They failed to include a key party in the lawsuit, leading to a successful peremptory exception.

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