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implead

verb add as a third party, bring in as a third party, commence proceedings against a third party, in ius vocare, institute an action against a third party, join as a third party, make one a third party, plead a cause against a third party, sue a third party
Associated concepts: counterclaim, third party defendant, third party plaintiff, third party practice

implead

to sue or prosecute or bring an action against.

TO IMPLEAD, practice. To sue or prosecute by due course of law. 9 Watts, 47.

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Yet, from procedural "square one," the statute is chronically ambiguous or outright silent regarding the most basic steps for impleading and summonsing previously unnamed third parties in proceedings supplementary.
11) Cases and authorities have read into the statute that an order to show cause is the appropriate method for formally impleading a third party into proceedings supplementary.
The petitioner Vice Chancellor Dr Nazeer Mughal filed a petition in SHC, impleading governor Sindh through his principle secretary, chief secretary Sindh and secretary of universities and boards.
Justice Umar Ata Bandial passed the order on a petition filed by Advocate Syed Feroze Shah Gilani impleading the federal government, CCI and Chairman WAPDA.
Justice Umar Ata Bandial passed the order on a petition filed by the petitioner-counsel Noshab A Khan impleading Punjab Chief Minister, Principal Secretary to CM and Chief Secretary Punjab.
Justice Sheikh Ahmad Farooq issued notice on a plea filed by Prof Dr Yousuf Hayat, a contender for the slot, impleading the Punjab governor, Punjab chief minister, Higher Education Department Punjab and PU registrar.
Raising an objection, he said, the LHC had decided the petition without impleading the Federation as respondent which was necessary.
Justice Sheikh Ahmad Farooq was hearing the petition filed by Dr Mughees-ud-Din, a candidate for the slot of VC, impleading Secretary HEC, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister and others.
Justice Syed Mansoor Ali Shah passed the orders on a contempt petition filed by Abdul Rasheed and others impleading Assistant Commissioner Model Town Lahore Irfan Memon, TMO Gulberg M.
The petition was filed by the petitioner-counsel Noshab A Khan impleading Secretary Health Punjab, District Co-ordination Officer, Lahore and the city district government Lahore.
The petition was filed by Khawar Paper Mart and four others impleading Finance Ministry and Federal Board of Revenue as parties.
At this stage, the petitioners counsel requested the court to allow for impleading Foreign Ministry in the matter.