bring an action

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"That is hardly my customary fee; I'll take home this first instalment, then return and bring an action for salvage against the skin."
Let us out, you old fox, or I'll get him to bring an action against you for false imprisonment."
I mentally resolved to bring an action against Baedeker for false information.
Secretary Pompeo reported to the appropriate Congressional committees his determination that an additional suspension for 30 days through April 17, 2019, of the right to bring an action under Title III of the 1996 Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity (LIBERTAD) Act is necessary to the national interests of the United States and will expedite a transition to democracy in Cuba, with the below exception.
Can a general contractor bring an action to discharge a construction lien filed by one of its subcontractor, despite the fact that the general contractor is neither the lien claimant nor the property owner?
"(3) Nothing in this section creates a cause of action or a right to bring an action, including an action based on discrimination due to sexual orientation.
The appeals court held that the alleged emotional harm occurred while the prisoner was in custody, for the purpose of the Prison Litigation Reform Act (PLRA) section that prohibited a prisoner from bring an action for mental or emotional injury absent a prior showing of physical injury.
Although the participants of the defined benefit plans did not bring an action against the employer, the employer intended to make similar payments to those plans.
secretary of labor authority to bring an action against nonfiduciaries based on their knowing participation in a fiduciary breach.
The provision is quite sweeping and provides that any person may bring an action against an institution for failing to comply with any requirements of the act or the implementing regulation.
If enacted, the bill will provide investors with three years to bring an action from the date of discovery of a violation but no more than five years from the date of the fraudulent act.