APPRAISAL OF THE RELIEF SOUGHT IN LEBANESE LAW: EXAMINATION AND ANALYSIS
Among the things every plaintiff must specify in his petition is to determine the relief sought and its value. In the Code of Civil Procedure approved in 200, Articles 61 to 63 deal with the manner of appraisal of relief sought and objections thereto. In Lebanese law, Articles 69 to 71 of the Code of Civil Procedure set out rules in this regard. One of the effects of appraisal of relief sought in Lebanese law is determining the jurisdiction of the trial court and also determining the ability to challenge the verdicts. In Iranian law, in addition to the two mentioned effects, appraisal of relief sought is also significant in terms of proceeding costs.