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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Wonders why aggrieved party did not move IHC for relief; judge's video case put off till mid-August allowing FIA to complete probe
(1)Any member of the immediate family, namely: the spouse, children and parents of the aggrieved party;
Guinto expressed dismay in the video that passengers of the bus cursed and gestured at him even if he was the aggrieved party.
KUWAIT, Dec 1 (KUNA) -- The Public Institution for Social Security (PIFSS) has asked the Swiss Public Prosecutor to consider PIFSS as an aggrieved party in the court case against the former director of PIFSS Fahad Al-Raja'an, said today at a parliamentary session Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister and Acting Oil Minister Anas Al-Saleh.
She said to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / There are no aggrieved party in the government, "noting that the US is trying to make benefit of sectarian situation to win the support of its position in light of the disturbing four-party alliance, she said .
An aggrieved party must now place his trust in FairPoint who is judge and jury.
The aggrieved party may select ADR either in the informal or formal stage of an EEO complaint.
Under both civil and ecclesiastical law, the procurement of a marriage through force or fraud invalidates the marriage and the aggrieved party is entitled to an annulment.
May 15, 2014 (JUBA) -- South Sudan's government said on Thursday that it will not initiate an agenda for talks with the rebels, saying its delegation would only respond to issues raised by the aggrieved party.
Where the contract provides that a party who does not perform is to pay a specified sum to the aggrieved party for such non-performance, the aggrieved party is entitled to that sum irrespective of its actual loss.
The panchayat leader sentenced Ajmal's sister, F Bibi, to be raped by the men from the aggrieved party as a settlement for his brother's alleged affair.
According to Naunovski, the biggest problem are not the 60,000 euro that our country will have to pay to the aggrieved party, not even the explicit formulations, which are startling for the rule of a legal country, written in the explanation of the court's judgment, but the revelation of a series of facts on the status, state and the principles of functioning of many state institutions ten years ago.