ex parte

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ex par·te

 (ĕks pär′tē)
adj. Law
1. Of or relating to an action taken in a legal proceeding by one party without the presence or participation of the opposing party: an ex parte hearing.
2. Of or relating to such an action taken in a manner that is not permitted due to the risk of undue influence or interference: an ex parte conversation with the judge.

[Latin : ex, from + parte, ablative of pars, part, side.]

ex parte adv.
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ex parte

(ɛks ˈpɑːtɪ)
(Law) law (of an application in a judicial proceeding) on behalf of one side or party only: an ex parte injunction.
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ex par•te

(ɛks ˈpɑr ti)
1. from or on one side only of a dispute, as in a divorce action.
2. one-sided; partial.
[1665–75; < Latin]
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ex parte

adj, adv (Jur) → einseitig, (seitens) einer Partei
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If to this be added the fact that, in consequence of the ex parte application of the spur, one side of the mare appeared to journey faster than the other; and that the aggrieved flank was resolutely indicated by unremitted flourishes of a bushy tail, we finish the picture of both horse and man.
{exparte = should be "ex parte"--one-sided (Latin)}
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The IMN while arguing that there was no urgency to have warranted the grant of the order ex parte, observed that no motion on notice was filed together with the motion ex-parte.
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In case of no response, an ex parte action will be taken against the management of both these institutions.
A temporary ex parte custody order did not qualify as a state court custody order sufficient to meet the requirements necessary for plaintiff to obtain special immigrant juvenile status.
He first contended that structural error occurred when the District Court judge presided over his jury trial after hearing a comment by defense counsel during an ex parte conversation that suggested that appellant might commit perjury.
THE Supreme Court (SC) has maintained the constitutionality of the provision of Republic Act (RA) 9160 or the Anti-Money Laundering Act (Amla), which allows ex parte applications by the Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) for a bank inquiry on those facing plunder charges.
The Department of Justice eventually filed an ex parte urgent motion, asking the courts to reopen the rebellion and coup d'etat cases; and issue an arrest warrant as well as a hold departure order against the senator.
Apex court warns former finance minister of ex parte proceedings if he continues to skip case hearings