عنوان مقاله [English]
One of the characteristics of pecuniary claims at the time of submitting the lawsuit is obligation of the plaintiff to mention the value of relief sought. The amount of relief sought plays a key role in the lawsuit which determines the competent court, the possibility of appeals. Basically, the value of relief is determined by the plaintiff which may be protested by the defendant. This protest requires certain conditions to be accepted; for example, it has to be raised by end of first session of the proceedings. In legal writings, the details of conditions for reliefs sought are not mentioned. On the other hand, if an objection is accepted, it will have important effects on the litigation. In this paper, the conditions of objection to value of relief sought are critically examined and the effects of raising such objection in civil proceedings are discussed and analyzed.