Verb(1) engage in legal proceedings(2) institute legal proceedings against; file a suit against
(1) They do not need a power which deprives a litigant of his right to litigate .(2) That is a matter which lies at the heart of the very issue that the appellant seeks to litigate and for that reason it is not a fact which should be relied upon on a summary judgment application.(3) I could not litigate under the Trade Practices Act before this Court of law because I would be duplicating the proceeding.(4) the plaintiff is prepared to litigate(5) Men plow fields, cut grain, litigate in court, and serve in the local militia.(6) A purpose of pre-action disclosure is to assist those who need disclosure as a vital step in deciding whether to litigate at all or to provide a vital ingredient in the pleading of their case.(7) I need legal representation to litigate this matter.(8) To begin with, prisoners are among the least lucrative of clients, and certainly the least sympathetic to juries, so that few lawyers are willing to litigate on their behalf.(9) The Claimant would then have to litigate in England against the English Defendant and in Germany against the German Defendant.(10) It is not an abuse of process merely to require a litigant to litigate in a tribunal of a Convention country if that tribunal in fact has jurisdiction under the convention.(11) The bankruptcy does not affect his ability to litigate such claims.(12) It would be mischievous to continue to litigate , pending arbitration, matters which depend so much on the facts which form the basis of the arbitration.(13) It is expensive to litigate in defamation, even in the smaller cases, let alone monster cases like this.(14) The question of whether employees can sign away their rights to litigate wage claims collectively is not going away.(15) The jurisdiction point having been abandoned by negotiations, the parties would have been free to litigate in whatever jurisdiction was willing to accept jurisdiction for the proceedings.(16) Most of the new rules allocate parental status without the need to litigate the issue.
1. process ::
2. sue ::
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Different Formslitigate, litigated, litigates, litigating
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