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Parties

 

in judicial process, trial participants invested with certain rights. In Soviet law, the parties in a civil case are called plaintiff and defendant; the parties in a criminal case are the prosecutor, defendant, defense counsel, and victim, as well as the civil plaintiff, civil defendant, and their representatives.

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It is clear that courts have the authority to shift attorney-review costs from nonparty subpoena recipients onto requesting parties, and in the world of paper discovery such shifting did happen.
The parties may select an arbitrator from Appeals or an outside organization that provides a roster of neutral individuals.
But with court dockets jammed and expenses sky high, more family law attorneys are suggesting that divorce clients agree to hire one accountant instead--a neutral CPA--to help the parties stay out of court.
A few of the subsequent black sex parties Evans has attended have provided condoms, "but I see the same amount when I walk in as when I leave," he says.
Two-party system: a type of system in which only one of two political parties has a realistic chance of winning an election.
Both parties invested heavily in grassroots fundraising, including direct mail and Internet-based solicitations.
Doing so will enable you to remind the residents/responsible parties diplomatically about your terms of payment and will give you more chances to discover the real reason they are late.
He says the LDP is still a "catch-all party" serving the interests of everyone from big business to small farmers, it has strong ties with the bureaucracy, it is good at forming coalitions while opposition parties like Minshuto are often divided and, last but not least, the LDP has a final card up its sleeve: the New Ishihara Party.
That's why these parties can be so stressful, confusing and upsetting--even for girls who love going to them.
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The first difference between al-Da'wa and the other two is whether they define themselves as political parties or not.