dismissal without prejudice


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dismissal without prejudice

n. see dismissal.

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In addition, Lead Plaintiffs have recommended dismissal without prejudice of the sole remaining defendant, IndyMac MBS, Inc.
3) In that case, the plaintiff, Service Experts, LLC, filed a notice of voluntary dismissal without prejudice after almost two years of contentious litigation.
The Expansive Definition: Non jurisdictional Dismissal without Prejudice
The plaintiffs gave no reason for their filing of a voluntary dismissal without prejudice.
In addition, generally, a dismissal without prejudice is not a final appealable order, so long as a party may refile or amend a complaint.
Florida's criminal procedural rule on speedy trials should not be amended to allow for a dismissal without prejudice, according to the Criminal Procedure Rules Committee.
The seventh circuit first observed that dismissal without prejudice would have been the proper result if the district judge was correct in finding no jurisdiction.
The court noted that a dismissal without prejudice does not bar a plaintiff from filing suit again even if the period of limitations has expired
Then she asked for a dismissal without prejudice, meaning she can re-file at any time.
Thompson had appealed the judges' dismissal without prejudice, and Wills attorney Jim Pennick had filed a motion to support the dismissal.
In legal terms, a dismissal without prejudice allows for re-filing the complaint in the future.