relator


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re·la·tor

 (rĭ-lā′tər)
n.
1. One who relates or narrates: a relator of stories for children.
2. Law A beneficially interested person on whose behalf an action is maintained by a sovereign power or a state.

relator

(rɪˈleɪtə)
n
1. a person who relates a story; narrator
2. (Law) English law a person who gives information upon which the attorney general brings an action
3. (Law) law US a person who institutes proceedings by criminal information or quo warranto
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All that sounded extravagant or irrational in the progress of the reconciliation might have no origin but in the language of the relators.
In this phase, the Acta is committed by the congregation to a relator appointed from among the Congregation's College of Relators.
For such reasons, the court says, 'the bona fide and the conduct of the relator is quite significant' but at the same time the most important aspect is 'whether from the grounds set out in the petition a prima facie serious case, falling within the purview of quo-warranto jurisdiction, is made out'.
La unica certeza que tiene el relator de la ONU es la experiencia internacional y del hemisferio: "Colocar Fuerzas Armadas en un espacio de sociedad civil normal casi siempre trae complicaciones, ya que se superponen a autoridades y a jurisdicciones civiles; de hecho, hay un riesgo mayor de que se violen derechos humanos, porque son actores que no estan acostumbrados a lidiar con civiles comunes y corrientes".
pdf Unemployment Benefits Employment Misconduct Relator challenged an unemployment-law judges (ULJ) determination that he was ineligible for unemployment benefits, which was based on the ULJs conclusion that relators arrest for driving while impaired (DWI) within 13 months of his previous DWI arrest and conviction constituted employment misconduct and aggravated employment misconduct.
Under this interpretation, once the first action ends, a second relator theoretically can bring a suit based on the same facts--provided, of course, that the subsequent suit is filed within the statute of limitations.
A relator plaintiff filed the complaint under seal in July 2016, purportedly on behalf of the United States and the State of New York.
Celgene, a United States-based biotechnology company, has reached a civil settlement with Relator Brown, the Department of Justice, 28 States, the District of Columbia, and the City of Chicago to resolve the previously disclosed False Claims Act litigation pending in the United States District Court for the Central District of California, it was reported yesterday.
Asi se deduce de los informes emitidos, entre otros organos, por el Alto Comisionado de las Naciones Unidas para los Derechos Humanos, la Comision interamericana de Derechos Humanos, el Comite de los Derechos del Nino, el Comite de la ONU contra las Desapariciones Forzadas, el Grupo de Trabajo de Naciones Unidas sobre Desapariciones Forzadas e Involuntarias de Personas, el relator especial sobre la Tortura, el relator especial sobre Ejecuciones Extrajudiciales y el Grupo de Detenciones Arbitrarias.
The 1986 Amendments expanded the FCA's scope, increased the penalties, lowered the requisite standard of knowledge and intent, revised the process for a qui tam relator to file suit, and expanded the number of qui tam relators permitted to sue.
43) The question presented was whether the Tax Bar applied "where the relator does not, strictly speaking, seek to recover federal taxes, but where the falsity of the underlying claim depends upon a violation of the Tax Code.
Desde 1907 ate 1921, nosso eximio colega prestou a esta laboriosa companhia os mais relevantes servicos, como membro da Comissao de Historia, relator de numerosos e brilhantes pareceres [.