third-party claim

  • 1 third–party claim — n 1: a claim made against a third party in a third party complaint compare counterclaim, cross action, cross claim 2: a claim made by an injured third p …

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  • 2 third-party claim — noun A derivative lawsuit brought by a defendant in an original lawsuit, claiming that another new party being brought in is responsible for or should share in the plaintiffs damages against the defendant. ,Practise note: the third party being… …

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  • 3 third-party claim — A claim to property held under attachment as the property of the defendant in the action, made by a person not a party to the action. 6 Am J2d Attach §§ 572 et seq …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 4 third party — One not a party to an agreement, a transaction, or an action but who may have rights therein. See also party privity @ third party action A proceeding distinct from the main action. It is in the nature of an indemnity or contribution, the purpose …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 5 Third party standing — is a term of the law of civil procedure that describes when one party may file a lawsuit on behalf of another party. In the United States, this is generally prohibited, as a party can only assert his or her own rights and cannot raise the claims… …

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  • 6 Third party technique — is a marketing strategy commonly employed by Public Relations (PR) firms, that involves placing a premeditated message in the mouth of the media. Third party technique can take many forms, ranging from the hiring of journalists to report the… …

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  • 7 third–party complaint — n: a complaint filed against a third party by a defendant or plaintiff alleging that the third party is liable for all or part of a claim or counterclaim in dispute between the original parties Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster …

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  • 8 third party, fire and theft — UK US noun [U] UK ► INSURANCE car insurance that will pay money to a person who suffers loss or damage caused by the insured person in an accident, and that also pays money if the insured person s car is stolen or damaged in a fire: »third party …

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  • 9 third party proceedings — See Part 20 claim. Related links Civil Procedure Rules claimant Practical Law Dictionary. Glossary of UK, US and international legal terms. www.practicallaw.com …

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  • 10 Third party administrator — A third party administrator (TPA) is an organization that processes insurance claims for a separate entity. [cite web|url=http://www.pbs.org/healthcarecrisis/glossary.htm |author=PBS |title=Glossary of Healthcare terms |accessdate=2008 02 26]… …

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  • 11 Third party beneficiary — A third party beneficiary, in the law of contracts, is a person who may have the right to sue on a contract, despite not having originally been a party to the contract. This right arises where the third party is the intended beneficiary of the… …

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  • 12 party — par·ty n pl parties 1 a: one (as a person, group, or entity) constituting alone or with others one of the sides of a proceeding, transaction, or agreement the parties to a contract a person who signed the instrument as a party to the instrument… …

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  • 13 party — A person concerned or having or taking part in any affair, matter, transaction, or proceeding, considered individually. A party to an action is a person whose name is designated on record as plaintiff or defendant. M & A Elec. Power Co op, v.… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 14 Third Servile War — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Third Servile War partof=the Servile Wars caption=Italia and surrounding territory, 218 BC date=73 to 71 BC place=Italia result=Decisive Roman victory combatant1=Army of escaped slaves combatant2=Roman Republic… …

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  • 15 claim — To demand as one s own or as one s right; to assert; to urge; to insist. A cause of action. Means by or through which claimant obtains possession or enjoyment of privilege or thing. Demand for money or property as of right, e.g. insurance claim.… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 16 Third Russian Revolution — (also know as the Left Wing Rebellions Against the Bolsheviks Fact|date=May 2008) was a series of rebellions and uprisings against the Bolsheviks led or supported by left wing groups including Socialist Revolutionaries, Left Socialist… …

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  • 17 Third Way (centrism) — The Third Way is a term that has been used to describe a variety of political philosophies of governance that embracing a mix of market and interventionist philosophies. Third Way approaches are commonly viewed as representing a centrist… …

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  • 18 Third Way (UK) — The National Liberal Party, The Third Way is a British political party that was formed on 17 March 1990. It contains several former members of the National Front (NF). Around fifty members of the party s Political Soldier wing joined Third Way at …

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  • 19 Third National Government of New Zealand — The Third National Government of New Zealand (often also known as the Muldoon government) was the government of New Zealand from 1975 to 1984. It was an economically and socially conservative government, which aimed to preserve the Keynesian… …

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  • 20 Third camp — The third camp, also known as third camp socialism or third camp Trotskyism, is a branch of socialism which aims to support neither capitalism nor Stalinism, by supporting the organised working class as a third camp .Leon Trotsky described the… …

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