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com·plaint

(kom-plānt'),
A disorder, disease, or symptom, or the description of it.
[O.Fr. complainte, fr. L. complango, to lament]

complaint

(kəm-plānt′)
n.
a. A bodily disorder or disease; a malady or ailment.
b. The symptom or distress about which a patient seeks medical assistance.
A symptom of which a person is aware or which causes discomfort, generally described from a patient’s perspective—e.g., loss of weight, crushing chest pain, fever of unknown origin (FUO)—and which is often the principal reason for seeking medical attention; in the working parlance in the US, complaints are divided into chief—major—complaints and minor complaints

complaint

A Sx of which a person is aware or which causes discomfort, generally described from a Pt's perspective–eg, loss of weight, crushing chest pain, FUO, and is often the principal reason for seeking medical attention; in the working parlance in the US, complaints are divided into chief–major complaints and minor complaints. See Chief complaint, Minor complaint.

com·plaint

(kŏm-plānt')
A disorder, disease, or symptom, or the description of it.
[O.Fr. complainte, fr. L. complango, to lament]

com·plaint

(kŏm-plānt')
A disorder, disease, or symptom, or the description of it.
[O.Fr. complainte, fr. L. complango, to lament]
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The judgment to dismiss her amended complaint was therefore vacated.
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Here, a defendant can insert new or additional counterclaims in its response to an amended complaint only if the amended complaint changes the theory or scope of the case, as the new counterclaims "respond" to a substantively new complaint.
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According to the Hollywood Reporter, the 51-year-old American film director has issued an amended complaint asserting that the gossip website committed direct copyright infringement for contributing to the dissemination of his work.
Now Masaccio has surfaced as "a known purveyor in forged art'' in another document -- a newly amended complaint against Knoedler & Co., a gallery that is at the center of an $80 million forgery case.
In that case, the trial court dismissed the complaint for failure to state a cause of action and granted the plaintiff 20 days to file an amended complaint. The plaintiff did not amend within the 20 days, and the defendant obtained a final judgment by ex parte motion.
In September 2012, ParkerVision filed an amended complaint modifying its indirect infringement pleadings.
The amended complaint claims Goldman and Paulson deceived ACA into believing Paulson was investing in the CDO.
The complaint was dismissed without prejudice and as such, the plaintiff does have the right to file an amended complaint within 45 days.