This refers to any lawsuit that relates to civil matters (business, contracts, estates, etc.) and not criminal prosecution.
Any court action concerning a civil matter, ie: not a criminal matter.â€¢ Animalsâ€¢ Civil Courtsâ€¢ Traders' Rightsâ€¢ Workcover
An action brought to enforce or protect private rights.
An action maintained to protect a private, civil right, or to compel a civil remedy, as distinguished from a criminal prosecution.
a legal proceeding brought to protect a civil right created by common law or statute
A legal process or action that is begun in order to protect, address, avenge, or enforce private rights.A civil action includes a wide array of legal proceedings, but does not include those that involve criminal matters.
A lawsuit filed by a victim to enforce private rights, most often to recover monetarily from injuries sustained or damage incurred as a result of the perpetrator's crime.
Every lawsuit other than a criminal action; an adversary proceeding for the enforcement or protection of a legal right or the redress or prevention of a wrong.
A lawsuit between or among private parties for declaration, enforcement or protection or a right, or for redress or prevention of a wrong.
Generally, an action for a private right and remedy, as distinct from a criminal proceeding. (In some situations, civil actions may be brought by the State.)
A lawsuit in court seeking enforcement or protection of private rights.
a lawsuit between you and your abuser/stalker
a legal demand of one's right, or it is the form given by law for the recovery of that which is due
a legal procedural
a legal proceeding in which one person (plaintiff) sues another (defendant) who has caused injury or loss
a legal proceeding that the plaintiff brings to court in order to try to stop or get compensation for a violation of his rights
an action between private parties (such as a lawsuit on a contract, business dispute, divorce, etc
a private action by you against your partner
a private legal proceeding brought to court by one person against another
a step up from the agency's more typical method of handling cases, an administrative action
Legal action brought to enforce, redress or protect private rights. All proceedings except criminal proceedings.
An action brought in a civil court of law by a plaintiff against a defendant where the plaintiff usually claims the defendant has injured the plaintiff or the plaintiff's property in some way or the defendant has violated some law, regulation, or ordinance. A lawsuit.
In the credit world, this is any court action against a consumer to regain money for someone else. If successful, the civil action will usually result in a wage assignment, child support judgment, small claims judgment or civil judgment of money to be paid.
Any lawsuit brought to enforce private rights and to remedy violations of those rights.
Lawsuit dealing with controversies between individual parties, in contrast to a criminal action.
A legal case, brought between private parties, one called a plaintiff, and one called a defendant, to determine if someone was negligent and, therefore, liable for their damages.
Action brought to enforce private rights. Generally, all actions except criminal actions.
An adversary proceeding or a contested petition or proceedings to vacate an order for relief or to determine any other contested matter.
Any legal action other than criminal.
A term used to describe court cases that are not criminal; lawsuits involving private parties or the government usually fall under the civil action category. Cases involving attorneys are generally civil actions.
A lawsuit brought to protect private rights.
A lawsuit involving allegations of civil – as opposed to criminal – wrongdoing.
Legal proceeding instituted, by one party, to exercise a right in a disagreement between individuals or businesses.
Action brought to enforce private rights; does not generally involve criminal actions.
A lawsuit relating to civil matters, i.e. matters between people or organisations, not a criminal prosecution.
Any court action against a consumer to regain money for someone else. Usually, it will be a wage assignment, child support judgment, small claims judgment or a civil judgment.