opposing party


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opposing party

n (Jur) → Gegenpartei f
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One of the victims, Nicomedis Rivas, was a former supporter of the opposing party before he became a leader within Dedumo's political party.
Pakistan must bring change in its strategy of carving and developing its relations with other countries, which in the time of crisis either remain neutral or side with the opposing party.
However, there is nothing to write home about her one-sided win over the opposing party, namely the Jatiya Oikya Front that was not even allowed to run an obstacle-free election campaign, let alone equally compete or win the election.
However, according to the first-orderer principle, these may not yet have been made known or otherwise known to the broker by the conclusion of the brokerage agreement with the apartment seekers by the opposing party (landlord, seller, etc.).
Shackles There's unprecedented politics, in extraordinary times, We've a nation that's divided two opposing party lines.
806.02 that would let defendants file for default judgement when an opposing party fails to answer a counterclaim or cross claim.
Political "turncoats" -- "balimbing" in local parlance -- shift allegiance by switching to the opposing party, a common practice that has been an integral aspect of Philippine politics.
Importantly, such communication is protected from disclosure to the opposing party in litigation that concerns the issue that was the subject of the attorney's communication.
When it comes to investigating the opposing party, Downey said, any social media posts that are available to the public are fair game.
In some races, Thursday's primary will essentially decide who will win the November election, either because the opposing party doesn't have a candidate or because a certain district leans so far to one side of the aisle or the other.
Calling into question the opposing party's campaign splurge, Rafique wondered about the electioneering expenses incurred by the Imran Khan-led PTI in the run-up to the general elections.
Traditionally, MPs who have a good reason for missing a Commons vote are "paired" with someone from the opposing party.