(party) A person who enters into a legal transaction with another. In a contract between A and Z for example, they are each said to be a 'party' to the contract. They are collectively called the parties to the contract A person who participates in a legal proceeding, for example, as a plaintiff or a defendant. Click here to go back to the glossary. If you entered from another page click your web browsers "back" button
The persons who are actively concerned in the prosecution or defence of a legal proceeding.
The people officially a part of a divorce or other lawsuit.
The persons who are actively involved in the prosecution or defense of a legal proceeding, including the plaintiff or prosecution, the defendant and any "third party defendant."
The persons or entities that prosecute or defend a lawsuit.
the plaintiff(s) and defendant(s) in a lawsuit.
The persons who are actively participating the legal proceeding.
The plaintiff and defendant in the case. They are sometimes called the "litigants."
The people on either side of a divorce are called the "parties" to the proceeding.
Persons, corporations, or associations which have brought a lawsuit or are defendants in a trial.
Those persons, corporations or associations who have filed a lawsuit or are defendants in a lawsuit.
Plaintiffs and defendants (petitioners and respondents) to lawsuits, also known as appellants and appellees in appeals, and their lawyers.
The plaintiff or prosecutor, and defendant in the case, sometimes called the "litigants".
Persons, corporations, or associations, who have commenced a law suit or who are defendants.
Persons, corporations, or associations who have brought a lawsuit or who are defendants.
The plaintiff(s) and the defendant(s).
The persons who take part in the performance of any act, or who are directly interested in any affair, contract, or conveyance, or who are actively concerned in the prosecution and defense of any legal proceeding.
The parties are each side in a case, the plaintiff and defendant. There can be more than one plaintiff and/or defendant in a case. Parties may be represented by an attorney or they may represent themselves.
The plaintiff and defendant in the case B also called the Alitigants@.
Parties to Court proceedings are entitled to attend the hearing, present their case, examine witnesses, appeal and may be eligible for legal aid. The Court Rules specify who are parties to particular types of proceedings. Children are not always a party to proceedings e.g. Section 8 applications. Others may acquire party status or make representations.
Legally recognized participants in a legal proceeding. Parties may present evidence and make arguments to the Public Service Board, and must follow the Public Service Board's procedural rules. Parties can be represented by an attorney or may participate without an attorney, the latter of which is known as proceeding pro se.
The litigants in a legal proceeding.
Those persons who are deemed necessary by law to be participants in a court action. In a dependency, neglect, and/or abuse case, the parties include the child, legal parents or guardians, and any other individual who appears to the Court to be proper, or necessary to the court proceedings. All parties are entitled to legal representation at all stages of the proceedings, and if indigent, are entitled to a court-appointed attorney.
The persons who are actively involved with the prosecution or defense of a legal proceeding. Plaintiffs and defendants are parties to lawsuits, appellants and appellees are parties in appeals. (They may also be known as petitioners and respondents.)
Persons, partnerships, corporations, businesses, or governmental organizations involved in legal proceedings.
A person, corporation, or association, who is a plaintiff or defendant in a case.