grievant

grievant

(ˈɡriːvənt)
n
(Law) formal a person with a grievance, esp one who has submitted this grievance for a legal hearing

griev•ant

(ˈgri vənt)

n.
a person who submits a complaint for arbitration.
[1955–60]
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Grievant companies accused Ipsos of misleading public opinion by manipulating viewership rates and demanded that the authorities transfer the complaint to the public prosecution.
He paid tribute to the decision of the ruler to preserve security and stability, defend the nation, deter the grievant, and stem justice on the earth.
Addressing prayers at Al-Taseel Mosque in Medani, capital of Gezira State, Friday, President Al-Bashir affirmed that State's resolve to heighten values of solidarity and support of grievant so as to reach a community which stick to values of Holy Quran.
As an alternative to the limiting substantive classifications historically used, a categorization of grievances is bestowed that corresponds to grievant own formulations of the causes of conflict.
The committee is concerned that an atmosphere in which a substantial number of students blatantly cheat creates a chilling effect on all students aware of that cheating, including the grievant, and casts a shadow on the program and the college.
The term "make the grievant whole or the statement "included, but not limited to .
The Grievant cannot retract a judicial admission and he should have filed a grievance against the decision with the Court of Appeal within the time limit prescribed by Article 81 but he did not as the action he filed in Court of First Instance on 09.
She wrote that the sheriff can "establish clear, reasonable expectations for the grievant's future verification of sick leave and demand that the grievant comply with them.
The case involves interesting testimony during the arbitration hearing by both the grievant and his Union Representative as both give their perspectives on the case to the Arbitrator.
The Grievant and a steward, plus a department representative and supervisor, are present at the hearing and can answer questions from the arbitrator.
The Supreme Court has interpreted this section as requiring an ADEA grievant to resort to appropriate state administrative proceedings before bringing suit in federal court under [section]7(c) of the ADEA.
If the grievant is a player or group of players, as in the cases analyzed here, following these meetings the LRD delivers a written decision to the MLBPA representative.