The act of alleging or positively asserting.
That which is alleged, asserted, or declared; positive assertion; formal averment
A statement by a party of what he undertakes to prove, -- usually applied to each separate averment; the charge or matter undertaken to be proved.
A statement of the issues in a written document (a pleading) which a person is prepared to prove in court.
a statement, usually in a pleading, which asserts a fact or a belief about an issue which the party making the statement is ready to prove. An averment is a positive statement or allegation of facts.
Claim made by a party to a legal action.
A statement or claim that is made but hasn't been proven true or false.
Saying that something is true. The assertion, declaration or statement of a party in a case, made in a pleading.
An assertion of fact, to be proven in court.
To declare or assert something to be true, especially in a legal pleading statement claimed as fact.
A statement made by the petitioner in a legal action which will attempt to be proven. (similar to a “charge” in criminal court)
A statement by a party in a pleading, usually a complaint, that describes the party's position and basis for filing a complaint against another party. The allegations set forth the facts the party will prove to prevail on each specific cause of action.
A statement of a party to an action, setting out what he or she intends to prove or contend.
The assertion or statement of a party to an action, setting forth that which he expects to prove.
A claim or statement of what a party intends to prove; the facts as one party claims they are.
The charge or claim that the prosecutor expects to prove in court.
The assertion, declaration or statement of a party to a lawsuit often made in a pleading or legal document, setting out what the party expects to prove at the trial.
The statement of the issue, which must be proven.
statements affirming or denying certain matters of fact that you are prepared to prove
a definite assertion, often one made without accompanying proof
an assertion of improper care or treatment by a nursing home that may result in citation for a deficiency
an assertion without proof
a statement by a complainant that he or she believes an act of harassment has occurred
a statement made in court papers that sets forth a party's belief as to what the facts are in a given case
a statement of a fact by a party in a pleading , which he or she claims they will prove
a statement of fact by a party in a pleading, which he or she expects to prove
a statement of law or fact (whether true or not) made upon the record of the court
a statement or assertion of wrongdoing by an individual that is formulated by the IG
A statement by a party in a legal proceeding of what that party intends to prove.
An assertion or claim of misconduct or illegal behavior against a juvenile.
A declaration made, but not yet substantiated. In a court of law, an assertion or contention presented by plaintiff or respondent, the merit of which is dependent on evidence subsequently presented.
An assertion, declaration or positive statement by a party to an action made in a pleading which states what he or she expects to prove.
An assertion made by a party in a court proceeding which must be proved or supported with evidence during the trial.
An unproved or as yet unknown statement or pleading.
An assertion, still to be proved, made by a party in a legal proceeding.
The claim or statement made by a party in a legal proceeding that sets forth what that party intends to prove.
The assertion, declaration or statement of a party to an action made in a pleading, stating what he expects to prove.
The claim made in a pleading by a party to an action setting out what he or she expects to prove.
The assertion, declaration, or statement made through a pleading by one of the parties to an action, which provides details of the matters, which the party intends to provide proof.
An unproved statement declaring that something has happened.
An assertion, declaration or statement that is made in a pleading by one of the parties to the action and tells what that party intends to prove.
Statement of issues in a pleading that a party expects to prove. E.g., an indictment contains allegations of a crime against a defendant.
The act of a party to a legal action of stating what he/she intends to prove.
An assertion, declaration, or statement made in a pleading by one of the parties to the action, detailing the matters, which the party intends to prove.
A legal claim.
The assertion, declaration, or statement of a party to an action, made in a pleading, setting out what the party expects to approve.
An allegation is an unproven statement of claimed fact contained in a written complaint, which precedes a lawsuit.
A claim that someone has done something wrong or illegal.
the assertion, declaration, or statement of a party to a cause made to the court in a pleading, stating what that party expects to prove.
any written statement addressing the possibility of professional misconduct. Complainant: the individual or group filing an allegation/complaint.
A statement by a party in a pleading describing what that party's position is and what that party intends to prove.
A charge, claim, accusation or statement of a party to an action against a respondent. The allegation establishes the circumstances to be proved in a formal action before the court.
An allegation is a statement of a fact by a party in a pleading, which the party claims it will prove. Allegations remain assertions without proof, only claims until they are proved.