- March 21, 2019
- Posted by: Editorial
- Category: Legislation
Contractural agreements in France
If you want to have the other party fulfill his end of the contract in France, you have a simple way to do it: Orders for payment (“Injonction de Payer”) and Orders to perform (“Injonction de faire”).
In both cases, the procedure is pretty fast, and is mainly appropriate for small conflicts.
What exactly are Orders for payment and Orders to perform?
As the name implies, an Order for payment is meant to have the other party pay you, while an Order for payment makes the other party perform the service they were supposed to.
The advantage of these two procedures is that you don’t have to go to court, saving you both time and money.
What’s the procedure?
For both orders, the point was to make the procedure as fast as possible. If you want to know how exactly you can do it, here’s how to file an order for payment (the procedure for the order to perform is remarkably similar).