for one party

See: ex parte
References in classic literature ?
True, among the more upright and honorable whalemen allowances are always made for peculiar cases, where it would be an outrageous moral injustice for one party to claim possession of a whale previously chased or killed by another party.
D'Artagnan profited by this interval of calm to send away Raoul, whom he had great difficulty in keeping shut up during the riot, and who wished positively to strike a blow for one party or the other.
Synopsis: Americans have no preference for divided versus unified party government -- 30% say it is better for one party to control the presidency and Congress, 28% prefer different parties controlling each, and 37% say it makes no difference.
If that is the case, shouldn't the same apply to parties standing for office, ie, more than 50% of the electorate must vote and 51% of them must vote for one party for that party to take office.
With a long marriage nowadays being from about 12 years upwards, and seamless cohabitation periods included as part of the marriage, it is easier than ever for one party to seek to work from a starting point of equality of capital division - regardless of the source of the money.
Kyrgyz citizens can vote only for one party during the parliamentary elections, Central Election Commission member Erik Iriskulbekov said.
Redistricting by state legislatures to create safe districts for one party or another is a major cause of the excessive incumbent survival Pate.
Depending on the nature of the agreement, this may be perpetually unfavorable for one party, and it may be prohibitively expensive to hedge off-market exchange rates.