nonparty

nonparty

(nɒnˈpɑːtɪ)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) not connected with any one political party
Translations

nonparty

[ˈnɒnˈpɑːtɪ] adj (decision, vote) → indipendente
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Professor and political analyst Atanas Kozarev wonders what the point is of having political parties if the presidential candidate are nonparty people.
"day-in-court" ideal and the overarching rule against nonparty
the nonparty's relationship with the petitioner; the nonparty's relationship to the petition itself, including the nature and/or degree of involvement in the filing; and the nature of the entity filing the petition." (IPR2013-00606, Paper 13.)
In a press briefing, Supreme Court spokesman Theodore Te explained that the tribunal had the discretion whether to consider or disregard the nonparty briefs to be filed in relation to the case.
ISLAMABAD -- The National Assembly on Thursday passed a bill paving way for local government elections in Islamabad to be held on a nonparty basis.
ISLAMABAD -- The government and opposition on Thursday exchanged counter argument on holding local government elections in federal capital on party or nonparty basis with the treasury benches prevailing finally after rejecting opposition moved amendments.
The act significantly tightens rules governing nonparty campaigner involvement, such as charities, in the run up to UK-wide, Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish elections.
(1) A crucial element of this liability regime in negligence cases is a defendant tortfeasor's ability to plead and prove that a codefendant or nonparty caused and, therefore, should be apportioned some or all of the fault for a plaintiff's injuries, reducing the defendant tortfeasor's liability accordingly.
Even when the nonparty and a party share an interest in the subject matter of litigation --a factor that weighs against cost shifting--one court held that the sheer volume of discovery tipped the balance in favor of shifting EDD-related expenses.
The privilege prohibits ex parte meetings between nonparty treating physicians and others outside the confidential relationship.
In a statement, Croke Park bosses said: "The GAA is a nonparty political organisation whose individual members may, of course, decide to take positions on a range of issues in accordance with their own personal views.
Summary: The March 14 coalition appears to lack sufficient will to form a new body tasked with granting nonparty members a bigger say in major policy decisions.