litigant


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litigant

1. a party to a lawsuit
2. engaged in litigation
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The apex court issued these directions while hearing Human Rights Case regarding action taken by Chief Justice on problems being faced by the Lawyers and litigant Public at New Judicial Complex, Multan.
Recently, the Illinois Supreme Court's Access to Justice Commission announced that the Circuit Court of the 22nd Judicial Circuit of McHenry County will be receiving a grant award to enhance the access to justice for self-represented litigants.
As the case progressed, he ended up as a self-represented litigant.
Faizabad (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Sept 16 ( ANI ): Chief of Ayodhya's Nirmohi Akhada and oldest litigant in Ram Janmbhoomi-Babri Masjid case, Mahant Bhaskar Das, passed away on Saturday morning.
IN A first, Delhi High Court has introduced a four- digit helpline number to cater to the litigants as well as lawyers aiming to provide an easy access to justice.
The project "enterprise level information technology" would enable litigants to monitor progress and status of their cases on their smart phones, senior puisne judge Justice Syed Mansoor Ali Shah told media at a briefing.
ultimately we're going to have a very robust self-represented litigant effort that people of this state can be proud of," he said.
LITIGANT lit up York yesterday with an extraordinary win in the Betfred Ebor - at long odds of 33-1.
LITIGANT lit up York yesterday with an extraordinary triumph in the Betfred Ebor - at long odds of 33-1.
PESHAWAR -- An unidentified armed man killed a litigant policeman and injured two civilians others in broad day light at high security zone, Judicial Complex, on Thursday.
norms that are contrary to litigant preferences, such as randomization
2]uHAN)- Mohammad Hashim Ansari, the oldest litigant in Babri Masjid case has said that Ram Temple has become politically motivated issue now and he doesn't want to pursue the matter further.