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party

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A person or entity who acts as petitioner, plaintiff, or defendant in a legal action.
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Under Article 13 of the Political Parties Order, 2002 every political party is to submit to the Commission within 60 days from the close of each financial year, a consolidated statement of its bank accounts on Form-I duly audited by a Chartered Accountant.
Insurance companies should be aware that, whether they are responding to subpoenas as nonparties or issuing subpoenas on their own behalf, in the area where nonparties are most likely to incur significant costs--attorney's fees resulting from reviewing documents for responsiveness and privilege--there are arguments to be made that these costs should shift from producing parties to requesting parties.
The parties should proceed to arbitration within 90 days after signing the agreement.
However, it's highly probable that the accountant already represents both parties in his work.
I've been to at least 16 different parties in the past year," says Evans, the Positive Health Project staffer who accompanied me to the sex party in Brooklyn.
Today, many people believe that the two parties are more sharply divided than ever.
Many reform opponents contended that parties would be weakened without their $500 million of soft money and would no longer play a major role in elections.
While these notices generally are required to disclose categories of nonaffiliated third parties to whom there is disclosure of non-public information, the GLBA does not require that a practitioner specifically disclose to a client that independent third-party providers are used in performing services to clients (i.
And the final detour is the left's love affair with third parties.
Sometimes residents or their responsible parties become seriously past due, either by an honest mistake or through willful disregard.
The issue of how America's two main political parties have dealt with race is still a potent one, as Republican Senator Trent Lott of Mississippi discovered.
There are often negotiations between both parties as to the timing of the apology, the specificity of the offence, the nature of the explanation, the degree of remorse and the amount of reparations.