opposing party


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opposing party

n (Jur) → Gegenpartei f
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It has become standard for members of the opposing party to give the president a chilly reception as he updates the nation on the State of the Union.
Only one opposing party cannot stand to do it which is why we in Green Party are trying to put modalities in place among the opposition parties to see how we can win Lagos State.
The South Wales Central AM, who earlier this year was suspended for a month by Cardiff council after an independent panel concluded that he made a bullying remark to a staff member, has recently angered colleagues by opposing party policy to end the right of council tenants to buy their homes.
If the opposing party objects on the grounds of substantial prejudice, the attorney making the motion has the burden of demonstrating there is no substantial prejudice to the opposing party.
Independents are also slightly less positive toward the Democratic Party, while Republicans' negative views of the opposing party are steady.
One is chosen from the ruling party and the other is chosen by the opposing party.
The opposition action must be submitted in two copies on the official form, in addition to any supporting evidence such as prior registration certificates in Bahrain and worldwide; evidence of prior use; evidence proving fame; and evidence of any prior relationship between the applicant and the opposing party to prove bad faith.
After you have three judgments against your opposing party, you are then awarded triple damages in your judgment.
Suggesting a system where complaints made against councillors can result in a by-election is an excellent way of one party getting rid of councillors from an opposing party, at the same time presenting residents with a large bill.
In response to a question about military hostages, the Prime Minister said that efforts were ongoing, again recalling that the case was complicated, given the terrorist nature of the opposing party.
Motions in limine seek to prevent the opposing party from introducing irrelevant and/or unfairly prejudicial evidence and thus can narrow the disputed issues for the judge or jury by excluding certain categories of evidence relating to liability or damages.
An obvious solution to decreasing future litigation costs is to negotiate with the opposing party and settle the litigation, when appropriate, prior to embarking on expensive activities such as discovery.