interplead

Related to interplead: implead

in·ter·plead

 (ĭn′tər-plēd′)
intr.v. in·ter·plead·ed, in·ter·plead·ing, in·ter·pleads Law
To submit one's claim to the process of interpleader.

[Middle English enterpleden, from Anglo-Norman enterpleder : enter-, between (from Latin inter-; see inter-) + pleder, to plead (variant of Old French plaidier; see plead).]

interplead

(ˌɪntəˈpliːd)
vb, -pleads, -pleading, -pleaded, -plead (-ˈplɛd) or -pled
(Law) (intr) law to institute interpleader proceedings

in•ter•plead

(ˌɪn tərˈplid)

v.i. -plead•ed, -plead•ing.
(in litigation between two parties) to determine judicially which party has the more valid claim against a third party.
[1325–75; late Middle English enterpleden < Anglo-French enterpleder; see inter-, plead]

interplead


Past participle: interpleaded/interpled
Gerund: interpleading

Imperative
interplead
interplead
Present
I interplead
you interplead
he/she/it interpleads
we interplead
you interplead
they interplead
Preterite
I interpleaded/interpled
you interpleaded/interpled
he/she/it interpleaded/interpled
we interpleaded/interpled
you interpleaded/interpled
they interpleaded/interpled
Present Continuous
I am interpleading
you are interpleading
he/she/it is interpleading
we are interpleading
you are interpleading
they are interpleading
Present Perfect
I have interpleaded/interpled
you have interpleaded/interpled
he/she/it has interpleaded/interpled
we have interpleaded/interpled
you have interpleaded/interpled
they have interpleaded/interpled
Past Continuous
I was interpleading
you were interpleading
he/she/it was interpleading
we were interpleading
you were interpleading
they were interpleading
Past Perfect
I had interpleaded/interpled
you had interpleaded/interpled
he/she/it had interpleaded/interpled
we had interpleaded/interpled
you had interpleaded/interpled
they had interpleaded/interpled
Future
I will interplead
you will interplead
he/she/it will interplead
we will interplead
you will interplead
they will interplead
Future Perfect
I will have interpleaded/interpled
you will have interpleaded/interpled
he/she/it will have interpleaded/interpled
we will have interpleaded/interpled
you will have interpleaded/interpled
they will have interpleaded/interpled
Future Continuous
I will be interpleading
you will be interpleading
he/she/it will be interpleading
we will be interpleading
you will be interpleading
they will be interpleading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been interpleading
you have been interpleading
he/she/it has been interpleading
we have been interpleading
you have been interpleading
they have been interpleading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been interpleading
you will have been interpleading
he/she/it will have been interpleading
we will have been interpleading
you will have been interpleading
they will have been interpleading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been interpleading
you had been interpleading
he/she/it had been interpleading
we had been interpleading
you had been interpleading
they had been interpleading
Conditional
I would interplead
you would interplead
he/she/it would interplead
we would interplead
you would interplead
they would interplead
Past Conditional
I would have interpleaded/interpled
you would have interpleaded/interpled
he/she/it would have interpleaded/interpled
we would have interpleaded/interpled
you would have interpleaded/interpled
they would have interpleaded/interpled
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Specifically, Section 507.060 now allows insurers to interplead the applicable policy limit into the court for subsequent distribution among the multiple claimants by the court.
[T]he Commissioner shall interplead to the Court the sum of $79,452.28 within sixty (60) days of the entry of the final order incorporating this Letter Opinion."
By the eighteenth century, Scottish public law displayed the features that Monaghan later identified as hallmarks of the public rights model of litigation: a reliance on the declaratory-judgment proceeding to test the legality of government action directly, a relaxation of the rules of sovereign immunity that enabled the public to interplead directly with the Crown by suing its officers, and a rethinking of the rules of standing that enabled parties to pursue "public" or "popular" actions in the Court of Session.
(12) If claims exceed the penal sum of the bond, the surety should interplead this amount into court for distribution on a pro rata basis.
As per the court, this action ensured its jurisdiction to order the banks to turn over Cuba's assets and allowed the banks to interplead other potential claimants to the assets at issue.
1920) ("Wherever the debtor may otherwise be liable again he should be allowed to interplead").
Frank retained counsel and asked for confirmation that Frank's "claim was complete and that [it] [had] received all the supporting documents needed to process his claim...." Based on the receipt of this letter, and the fact that Frank was still considered a "prime suspect" in the murder of Rosamaria, the manager referred this matter to Farmers' legal department and, subsequently, a decision was made to interplead the life insurance proceeds.
interplead itself as the true plaintiff, stating that Spalding
(79) Notices may also be given of an equitable transfer of an account and may require the account debtor to interplead to avoid any risk paying the incorrect owner.