complainer


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complainer

the person who instigates a criminal investigation in Scotland. The prosecution itself is initiated by the Crown.
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"The complainer was sitting with another male where they were discussing security.
"Shortly thereafter, the complainer was in a car preparing to leave the property and the accused stood in front of it to prevent it from moving.
"The complainer found this request strange but complied and placed two hands on the fridge and pulled himself up.
"The accused stopped punching the complainer and moved away slightly but then returned to kick him twice on his back.
"His hand and the glass he was holding connected with the chin area of the complainer."
"The complainer went to her bedroom, and the accused followed."
Senator Murtaza Wahab suggested that the complainer should also be protected if he reports the corruption acts at any forum other than the head of his respective organization.
Mr Bradbury said: "They call me a persistent complainer, but I will complain until they get it right.
Namibian companies view a complainer as the enemy --someone to be silenced.
The main objective of any complaint system is to handle complain in a proper way and satisfy the complainer. Due to the technology advancement, different technological way has been adopted to speed up the process of handling complains.