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relator

(ri-lāt′ŏr) [L. relator, a proposer]
1. One who reports alleged illegal behavior to a court of law.
2.. A surgical device that positions two structures so they are properly aligned.
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(53) Unfortunately for relators, the act of filing a false claim is the principal element in an FCA action, and yet, many relators lack specific information about whether a false claim was actually filed, unless of course, the relator has access to the defendant's accounting or billing department.
When a relator brings suit under the FCA, his complaint remains under seal for at least sixty days, during which time the government decides whether to intervene in the action before it is served on the defendant.
Relator challenged respondent's denial of its application for a conditional-use permit (CUP) to operate a contractors yard where it would store solid waste, arguing that the decision was arbitrary, capricious, and unreasonable.
The Supreme Court settled the question of whether relators have Article III standing in the affirmative in Vermont Agency of Natural Resources v.
The Third Circuit took a middle-of-the-road approach, rejecting the assertion that the "taint" of a kickback renders every claim submitted during the period when the alleged conduct occurred false, while also refusing to require the relator to prove that the donations to the charities actually caused their members to use the pharmacy.
The IHC failed to address the objection taken by the Asif that crux of the issue raised by the relator before the IHC was based on facts evident from the Asif's nomination form and could not be re-agitated before the IHC as the same had been duly adjudicated by the Returning Officer and the Election Tribunal on the specific ground inter-alia of concealment of assets raised by another contesting candidate Arshad Mahmood Baggu and the Order dated 17.4.13 of the Election Tribunal attained finality in terms of Sec 14(5) of ROPA.
Working with a theological commission established by the congregation, the relator would have to ensure that the "positio," or a dissertation summarizing the life and virtues of the candidate is properly prepared.