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Under these circumstances, the exception of non-execution has a very effective comminatory character, functioning as an important means of coercion of the other party, for as long as the latter stands to benefit from the correlative performance of the other, in order to obtain it, he will be forced to proceed immediately to the execution of the performance or services for which it is liable.
court bailiff duties for the realization of services within comminatory court procedures, forced collection procedures, or any measures excution.
Until recently, the Tunisian ambassador in London launched both pathetic and comminatory appeal to the UK blaming them for their procrastination in taking note of the improved security situation in Tunisia, even going as far as seeing this wait-and-see attitude as a "sanction" against the country that depends largely on the tourism industry.