Respondent


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Respondent

A person or organization required to answer a legal proceeding. For example, if a company is sued, the company is called the respondent because it must respond to the charges or risk a summary judgment. See also: Petitioner.
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Ansel, Gary David: Respondent is suspended from the practice for six months
Between the spring of 2014 and the summer of 2017, the respondent made over $43,000 in charitable donations from the trust funds.
However, 18.3 per cent of the respondents believed it would make a little difference, while 22.8 per cent did not know.
"A downloaded copy from official website of FPSC has been attached with the writ petition, which shows that Muhammad Qasim respondent applied for the job against Domicile of Punjab.
73.5% of the respondents belongs to 15-30 Years Age Group.
Two-thirds of retailer and wholesaler respondents (66.1 percent) reported that unit sales were up at least slightly in 2015 in comparison to 2014.
In terms of race, 70 percent of respondents were Caucasian, 13 percent were African-American, 8 percent Asian, and 7 percent Hispanic.
The survey involved 1,050 male and female respondents from all walks of life who are eligible to vote in the urban and rural areas.
Results of statistical data suggest that as per Table 1 Mann Whitney test the respondents received training organized by either University/Department or HEC have different opinion about personal development, training, transfer environment and organizational development, where as they have same opinion about instructional development, personal needs and personal.
In Armenia, Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan higher-income respondents believe that the countries will converge more often than low-income ones.
Above table shows that age categories of the respondents consisted of years.