Parties


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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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All the chairmen of the concerned political parties signed the MoU.
Section 209 requires the parties to submit a certificate signed by an office-bearer approved by the party head within seven days of holding intra-party elections.
Both parties received seven seats each, upsetting the other eight parties who say they are not represented at Yemen's historic conference.
"I would like to tell everyone who talks about these issues that these issues will be solved by the heads of the parties, who harbour love and respect for each other," Hammad said.
Below is the list of political parties that will join the elections according to their places on ballot papers:
[section] 9.73.030 (all parties must consent, except that one party consent is sufficient in certain law enforcement cases);
Specify the issues that the parties have agreed to arbitrate;
But the amendments also require nonparties--and parties serving subpoenas on nonparties--to confront the challenges of requests for electronically stored information.
For the arrangement to work, there must be trust between the parties.
Often, however, the parties will dispute what information is relevant.
A loud protest shut him down, but the underground industry of largely condom-free parties aimed at men of color is still thriving in New York City.
A review of disbursements made from various bank accounts operated by these companies disclosed that no payments were made to any of the original vendors that the third parties claimed to represent.