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Re: Small claims court

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Not nationality (which has not even stated) but place of residence.



In a civil law suit you normally have to file at the place of residence of the defendant. See Art. 10 of the Swiss Civil Procedure Code https://www.admin.ch/opc/en/classifi...index.html#a10
I see, I'm trying to help, clearly I'm no expert and have some but limited experience on that topic.

You are right, I assumed that since that couple escaped Spain, and now allegedly lives in Switzerland, I though it means they escaped "back home".
Nonetheless, as far as I could read, because the offense occurred in Spain under Spanish laws, I still think initial procedure have to be started in Spanish laws...

No?
Otherwise, for example if the culprit moves residency again during procedure it makes it virtually impossible to make decision, no?
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