right to relief

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The Court of Appeal of California began its analysis by looking at the relevant statute for permissive joinder, which states, "If there is a right to relief arising out of the same series of transactions, it is the plaintiffs who decide whether to join together in a common action.
Summary: Private hospitals Wednesday promised to abide by the guidelines set out by Health Minister Wael Abu Faour, who accused health centers across Lebanon of treating them like "customers" and denying the poor the right to relief.
You have the right to relief from penalties and interest under tax legislation because of extraordinary circumstances.
Neither party can establish a right to relief," judge Richard Posner wrote.
This extends even to cases where the plaintiff's right to relief necessarily depends on the resolution of a substantial question of patent law.
However, it held that "factual allegations must be enough to raise a right to relief above the speculative level.
44) The workhouse girls also articulated a broader sense of their right to relief.
Ted Kulongoski that accompanied Myers' opinion said: "If an owner sells the property without acting on the waiver, it is likely that the waiver cannot be transferred to the new property owner and the right to relief will be lost.
6015(f) by failing to inform P of her right to relief, in defiance of a Congressional mandate.
All persons may join in one action as plaintiffs if they assert any right to relief jointly, severally, or in the alternative in respect of or arising out of the same transaction, occurrence, or series of transactions or occurrences, and if any question of law or fact common to all these persons will arise in the action," the rule says.
You have the right to relief against the debtor but, as he is bankrupt, there is little prospect of recovery.
1121 (1978); see Annotation, Right to Relief under 42 U.