Intervenor


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Intervenor

An individual who is not already a party to an existing lawsuit but who makes himself or herself a party either by joining with the plaintiff or uniting with the defendant in resistance of the plain-tiff's claims.

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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original jurisdiction action, the intervenor has "the burden of
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Charles (20) The Diamond Court did hold, however, that where a case or controversy no longer exists among the remaining parties, a would-be intervenor may not "piggyback" on the original standing of a party no longer joined.
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to intervene will be granted if the would-be intervenor can establish
[section][section]25.241 and 35.22, which impose new filing fees for cross appeals and joinder notices, or intervenor motions with the Supreme Court.
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