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legal action

n. any lawsuit, petition or prosecution.

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The CTO said that in case of death in any road accident where the relatives of the deceased persons refused to take legal action, the sector in charge will himself become the plaintiff.
It is illegal and in fact, you're also violating conventions on environmental protection for which we can take legal action," he said.
Jet Villamor, MCEHAI president, said the legal action is a worst-case scenario in case the DOTr does not consider realigning the railway project.
'For him to take legal action, he can come and prove to us that it (Equanimity) belongs to him.
The Legal Services Corporation, an organization that distributes money to independent nonprofit legal-aid programs throughout the country in order to provide civil legal aidto clients with low incomes, announced last week that Legal Action was one of 15 legal-aid organizations that would be receiving Pro Bono Innovation Grants, which are offered for projects that expand pro bono legal services for low-income clients.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-May 23, 2018-Invuo Technologies to consider legal action aganist AJ Group
The Ulster and Ireland player is to take legal action against Labour's Aodhan O Riordain over the tweet he posted after Mr Jackson's acquittal.
It requires payback of all the millions of euros paid to Bzan's law firm.In early March, the state filed a legal action against lawyer Radomir Bzan in the case of a multi-million award paid to him for legal services, the private TV Markiza reported on Thursday, March 29.Bzan's law firm successfully represented the state in a Pound 700-million dispute over the Gabikovo hydroelectric power plant.
In a statement to Voice of Palestine radio station, Al-Malki said the Palestinian authority was seeking legal action against London after the latter celebrated the 100th anniversary of Balfour Declaration.
The government has warned a stern legal action against those found involved in before-time sowing of cotton besides destroying their crop.
Tacking legal action against us reflects nervousness of provincial government, he went on to say.
Documents released today confirm Treasury were not aware of any threat of legal action from a Saudi businessman to justify the Government handing over millions of dollars in taxpayers money, Labour MP David Parker says.