aggrieved party


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aggrieved party

A party who has suffered a wrong or an injury; one who has a grievance or a complaint against another.

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His prompt reply to all complaints and remonstrances was--the butt-end of a handspike, so convincingly administered as effectually to silence the aggrieved party.
His face, covered with pimples, was neither thoughtful nor even contemptuous; it wore an expression of complacent satisfaction in demanding his rights and in being an aggrieved party.
And as I was the aggrieved party on that--stay, don't go.
The court remarked registrar office has raised objection over your petition that you are not aggrieved party.
Imran said that he was an aggrieved party in the case, as Davis had killed his brother along with his friend, and as such he was a necessary party.
The statute provides that if a consumer is victimized by a deceptive or misleading practice, the aggrieved party could recover treble damages.
In another complaint of the Aviation Division against ARY News, the Council directed issuing warning to ARY for maligning government functionaries including Aviation Division and its attached departments by airing a programme without credible information and not taking version of the aggrieved party.
He added that the aggrieved party must first file a complaint before they could take action on the allegations of kidnapping.
She said that both President Asif Zardari and Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani had made it clear to visiting US officials that the government was not an aggrieved party in the case, and that the law enforcement agencies of the country were handling the case and the federal government was coordinating with them.
Assemblyman Lentol, a Brooklyn Democrat, became frustrated when his bills to create a separate agency for hearing officers were approved by the legislature and then vetoed at least three years in a row by Governor Cuomo, who noted the aggrieved party could always turn to the courts.
However, Justice Malik, a member of the SC bench, recused to hear the case saying that he had remained counsel for the father of the aggrieved party (Hameed) in the past and it was not appropriate for him to hear the case.
But there should be an aggrieved party who should file a case, Chief Supt.