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peremptory exception


Legal Definition of peremptory exception

  1. :  an exception pleaded by a defendant especially on the basis that the law provides no remedy for the injury the plaintiff alleges, that the claim is barred by res judicata or prescription, or that an indispensable party has not been joined

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