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plaint

a statement in writing of grounds of complaint made to a court of law and asking for redress of the grievance.

PLAINT, Eng. law. The exhibiting of any action, real or personal, in writing; the party making his plaint is called the plaintiff.

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Ludolf's plaint reminds us of how important that local context was.
In case, deceased's family was traced and they launched a complaint, a murder case may be registered in accordance with the contents of their plaint.
And on their plaint to police again the accused and got registered a case again him.
GUJRANWALA -- The operation for retrieval of state land and removal of encroachments has been stayed by a civil court in its status quo order on the plaint filed by the occupants.
[beaucoup moins que] La fille n'a donne aucun signe depuis [beaucoup plus grand que], s'etait plaint son pere.
Kumar Rupasinghe, on behalf of Foundation for Co-Existence Guarantee Limited, has prayed from his Plaint as the first cause of action the recovery of a sum of Rs.57,169,452 jointly and severally together with 12% annual interest until payment in full from 1st to 10th Defendants representing the Norwegian Foreign Minnistry -
La star du Heat s'est plaint aupres des arbitres apres la rencontre du traitement qu'il avait subi.
He was born in Worcester on December 27, 1976, son of the late Gary Plaint, and graduated from Grafton High School.
'The complaint has been forwarded to the Metropolitan Police Service for recording and, as this is a com- plaint relating to counter-terrorist activity, this will then be referred back to the IPCC for its consideration.'
Margaret Cole, the FSA's director of enforcement, said: "Guardian failed to treat its customers fairly by exposing those with a valid com plaint to the risk that their complaint could be rejected inappropriately.
My notes about Doug Elkins's 1995 concert ended with this plaint: "Elkins's facility with movement, his pure imagination, make one eager to see what he does in the future.
He is noted in the history of medieval Latin literature for two poems: De planctu Naturae (Plaint of Nature), a clever satire on human vices, and Anticlaudianus, a lengthy allegory concerning the creation and perfection of the human soul.