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intervener

a person who becomes involved in a case either for his own or for the public interest.
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At a public hearing that was challenged by two interveners for having been arranged on very short notice, a senior officer representing the Power Division Zargham Ishaq Khan pleaded that three surcharges worth an average Rs1.
The intervener, Anwar Kamal Law Associates, has recommended that the tariff for the power plant should be determined on the basis of "take and pay" in competitive mode with no responsibility for the supply of fuel on the power purchaser.
As a result, Alexis withdrew as an intervener in relation to the regulatory approval of Vista.
Perincek and the Turkish Government, a third-party intervener in the case, it would be very difficult to identify a general consensus.
A court last month has approved the state's request to become an intervener in the lawsuit filed in May by Massachusetts.
According to reports, the review petition was filed by Kamlesh Verma who was an intervener in the case filed by Mayawati in the apex court for quashing the DA case against her.
The values of the following network structural properties were compared: 1) density (the ratio of all ties that are actually present to the number of possible ties); 2) degree of centrality (which refers to the amount of immediate ties the intervener has within the network, %); 3) clustering coefficient (which refers to the average of the densities of the neighborhoods of all interveners; 4) node (which is the same as element or intervener); and 5) geodesic distance (which is the length of the shortest path between the interveners).
Representatives of ACCA, which is an intervener in the matter, gave a detailed view of how the ICAP directive was impacting its students and business in Pakistan.
Both nursing organizations had participated as interveners in the critical lawsuit regarding physician supervision of CRNA's under Medicare's Conditions of Participation Colorado Hospital Association also was an intervener aligning to support the Opt Out.
Last month, 17 residents, calling themselves Waterford Against Mining, declared intervener status in Kobyluck's pending application with the Conservation Commission as a way to better voice their concerns.
6) Those who want to intervene in a trial before ECJ must submit an application that contains: the description of the case, the description of the parties, the intervener's name and address, the intervener's office address at the place where the Court has its residence, the form of order sought, by one or more of the parties, in support of which the intervener is applying to leave the intervener, a statement of the circumstances establishing the right to intervene.
The NFU applied to be an intervener in the case because of concerns about the judgment and its wider implications.