Aggrieved Party


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Aggrieved Party

An individual who is entitled to commence a lawsuit against another because his or her legal rights have been violated.

A person whose financial interest is directly affected by a decree, judgment, or statute is also considered an aggrieved party entitled to bring an action challenging the legality of the decree, judgment, or statute.

See: actor, appellant, complainant
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The team caught both the extortionists from Shinkai Bandha area of Kohat while they were receiving money from the aggrieved party.
The petitioner stated that being aggrieved party, appellants preferred the instant appeal against the short order dated July 27 passed by a single bench of Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui.
Raja Zahoor ul Hassaan argued that he was aggrieved party being a Pakistani citizen as Ayyan Ali was facing the charges of money laundering.
The AAG has maintained that being aggrieved party the federation intends to file an appeal in the Supreme Court against the order.
The AAG took the stance before the bench that being aggrieved party the federation intends to file an appeal in the Supreme Court against the order.
He said that it was a very important technology to identify the missing people, identification of unknown bodies or to ascertain the paternity in a dispute not only to ensure justice to the aggrieved party but also to curb the crime as well.
The court asked the counsel for the death row convict whether the president could commute a punishment without the consent of the aggrieved party.
He said that the petition was not maintainable as the petitioner was not an aggrieved party.
The court remarked the hearing of this petition can not be conducted under article 184(3) of the constitution because the petitioner is not aggrieved party.
Lahori was scheduled to be hanged on January 8 but the execution was stopped at the eleventh hour on submission of a pardoned accord before the judicial magistrate by the aggrieved party.
The court after preliminary hearing of the case dismissed the petition saying the applicant was not the aggrieved party and the petition was not maintainable.
Moreover, the aggrieved party can also file a plea to the President against the decision of Ombudsman within thirty days and a retired Federal ombudsman or a senior lawyer of Supreme Court would decide it within 90 days.