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litigant

[lit′əgənt]
Etymology: L, litigare, to go to law
(in law) a party to a lawsuit. See also defendant, plaintiff.
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In its written order issued here the court stated that there had been number of complaints by Advocates and litigants about lack of basic facilities and amenities at New Judicial Complex Multan.
The Circuit Court of the 22nd Judicial Circuit of McHenry County, similar to many other jurisdictions, has a considerable number of divorce cases filed by self-represented litigants.
The majority upheld the Queen's Bench decision, finding "[t]he fact that the appellant is a self-represented litigant in this appeal does not excuse his failure to comply with the Rules of Court in respect of notifying both the court and opposing counsel of a change of his address for service" (Pintea v Johns, 2016 ABCA 99 para 20).
The oldest litigant claiming for Babri Masjid in Ayodhya, Hashim Ansari passed away in July last year.
The helpline number 1888 would enable litigants and other stakeholders to receive multifunctional information over a period of time.
He said all lost data had been retrieved and not a single complaint was received from litigants.
Progress is being made on completing a self-help process for pro se litigants to file forms through the statewide e-filing portal for the Florida court system.
Off the track for almost 500 days, racing for a new trainer and for just the eighth time in seven years, Litigant defied the odds.
We have been talking about the Ebor since May, but then Litigant had a little hiccup and you fear that it's all gone wrong again.
favors a particular type of litigant (almost always plaintiffs) allows
Sb (Hindi ): Hashim Ansari, oldest litigant in Babri Masjid
The service also provides McKenzie Friends, individuals who are expert in certain fields and who can accompany a litigant in court and offer advice.