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several

Law capable of being dealt with separately; not shared
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They are jointly and severally liable for the full purchase price under the Consumer Credit Act.
Israeli soldiers Sunday severally beat up a mentally disabled teenager at
LemminkEninen's share consists of damages ordered to only LemminkEninen, LemminkEninen's share of the damages ordered to it and other asphalt industry companies to be paid jointly and severally, as well as interest and legal expenses related to the damages as follows:
The plaintiff filed a complaint alleging that each defendant's negligence proximately caused her severe and permanent eye injuries, and that the defendants were jointly and severally liable.
Generally, married taxpayers who file joint Federal income tax returns are jointly and severally liable for the tax under Sec.
The court held that the guards were not jointly and severally liable for their failure to intervene in other guards' alleged use of excessive force during a cell transfer and transport procedure.
The borrowers are DCT Park West LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, DCT Pinnacle LP and DCT DFW LP, each a Texas limited partnership, collectively, jointly, and severally.
Nor did he methodically collate his sources, but resorted to them severally or all together on different passages (see 127).
The ruling--in 10 consolidated appeals that resulted from 6 enforcement motions filed by the plaintiffs--holds the 12 remaining members of the Center for Claims Resolution (CCR), a nonprofit organization created to handle asbestos litigation against its member companies, jointly and severally liable for the terms of the agreement.
Willet and Betty had elected to be jointly and severally liable for the gift taxes under IKC sections 2513(a) and (d).
Since we are being held jointly and severally liable, if even one of us begins to earn more than the minimum, the state can take the whole $25,000 (plus interest) from that one individual.