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Swiss Federal Court dismisses appeal without examining the merits where the party filing the appeal

04 August 2010

Authors: Nathalie Voser, Petra Rihar

In a German-language decision dated 14 June 2010, published on 28 June 2010, the Swiss Federal Supreme Court dismissed, without examining the merits (Nichteintreten), an appeal requesting the Supreme Court to set aside a procedural order. The Supreme Court had requested the party filing the appeal to pay an advance on costs in the total amount of CHF 110,000 which the appealing party declined to do.

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