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implead

verb add as a third party, bring in as a third party, commence proceedings against a third party, in ius vocare, institute an action against a third party, join as a third party, make one a third party, plead a cause against a third party, sue a third party
Associated concepts: counterclaim, third party defendant, third party plaintiff, third party practice

implead

to sue or prosecute or bring an action against.

TO IMPLEAD, practice. To sue or prosecute by due course of law. 9 Watts, 47.

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Impleading the incumbent and former mayors as well as secretary local bodies as respondents, the petitioner argued that the mayor appointed PSP chief as 'Project Director Garbage' after the latter challenged the mayor to clean Karachi in 90 days.
To which, the petitioner's counsel sought permission for filing the amended petition and impleading Dr Adnan.
On the other hand, if the Arbiter proceeded with the complaint without impleading Camcam, "all subsequent actions of the arbiter would be rendered null and void for want of authority to act not only to the unimpleaded parties, but also as regards Vasquez, " the CA said.
Today, a petition against the ESMA was filed in the LHC, impleading PIA and Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), stating that barring workers from protest is violation of the Constitution.
Though the court had earlier issued notice on the petition to only five states, it stressed that it would consider impleading other states subsequently.
* The Murky Procedure for Impleading and Stating Claims Against Third Parties in Proceedings Supplementary --Logically, most proceedings supplementary will involve actions against an impleaded third party, because if the judgment debtor held the assets in his or her own name, then the judgment creditor would simply proceed with levy.
If the plaintiff and the third-party defendant are citizens of State A and only State A, and the original defendant is a citizen of State B and only State B, then the defendant's claim as third-party plaintiff impleading the third-party defendant (assuming it satisfied the diversity statute's amount-in-controversy requirement) is itself a freestanding claim.
Impleading the PQA, through its then chairman Asad Rafi Chandna, as respondent, the petitioner argued that the coal had not been kept safely and was being dumped openly at the port.
The 'National Coordination Committee', an umbrella organisation of multiple organizations of retired paramilitary personnel and officers, has also filed an application for impleading in the case.
Anti-Trapo Movement, led by founding chair Leon Peralta, submitted on Monday a 62-page amended complaint containing additional grounds and impleading more PCSO officials in the cases of graft, unethical conduct and violation of procurement rules filed three months ago in July.
Impleading Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and federal government, the petitioner stated that players involved in defaming the country should not be allowed to play, claiming that "some corrupt officials want him to play again to pave way for their corruption."
Meanwhile, Barzaga explained that by impleading all parties involved in the production and sale of power, the truth to the claims of collusion between them and the Energy Regulatory Board will determined.