Posita is a written argument that forms the basis of a lawsuit. Posita or fundamentum petendi contains the reasons or description of the facts behind the filing of the lawsuit. Both the Plaintiff and the Defendant in a lawsuit must clearly and coherently describe the object of the dispute, the legal relationship, the basis of the rights on which the lawsuit is based, and the losses incurred, each of which must be described in detail by the Plaintiff and the Defendant so that the lawsuit is not blurred.
Posita that is drawn up in a lawsuit must be followed by a request for something commonly known as a petition. Petition is a demand from one party to another to be granted by the judge. The petition submitted by the disputing parties must be in line with the Posita that has been described in detail in the lawsuit.
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