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Q: What was name of plaintiff represented by Chester Arthur against ny transportation co in 19th century?
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What happens when you get sued?

You must appear in court on the day of the hearing and defend yourself against the claim made by the plaintiff. If you can afford one you should be represented by an attorney. The court will hear the evidence and render a decision. If you ignore the summons the plaintiff will win by default and a judgment will be issued against you.


What do plaintiff law firms do?

They represent the plaintiff in civil cases against the defendant/respondant.


How do you use plaintiff in a sentence?

A plaintiff is a person who brings an action against another in a court of law


The plaintiff sets forth the charges against the defendant?

"The plaintiff sets forth the charges" means, the plaintiff is stating or bringing the reasons for the complaint.


Who is the plaintiff?

A plaintiff is the party who initiates a lawsuit before a court (the person who makes a complaint against another).


In a civil case who is the plaintiff?

the person who files against you. the complainant


A plaintiff is a person against whom a lawsuit is brought is this true?

No, the plaintiff is the person who is suing, and the defendant is the person who is being sued.


Will you be arrested if you do not show up to small claims court?

No. However, the Plaintiff will be awarded a judgment against you for the full amount the Plaintiff requested. Once the Plaintiff gets a judgment against you, you may be required to come to court and tell the Plaintiff everything you own. In that case, if you do not appear, an arrest warrant will be issued for your arrest.


Plaintiff withdrawal a lawsuit aftercountercliam filed?

The Plaintiff may withdraw the lawsuit, however, since the defendants have filed their counter claim, the suit will continue (now) against the plaintiff.


Who initiates a civil case?

the plaintiff, that is the person filing the complaint against you.


The individual or group that brings a complaint against another party?

Plaintiff


A person who brings legal action against another?

..... is called the PLAINTIFF.


What do you call when a plaintiff sets forth the charges against the defendant?

A complaint.


Who were the plaitif and defendant?

the "PLAINTIFF" is the person or party that brings suit against the "DEFENDANT." The term "plaintiff" is applicable only when referring to civil lawsuits otherwise (in criminal law) the plaintiff is referred to as the "PROSECUTION."


Who is the plaintiff when the state represents a minor for criminal charges?

Questioner has mistakenly mis-stated the question. The state would not be representing the juvenile against a plaintiff - the state IS the plaintiff and would be prosecuting the juvenile. The person against whom the juvenile committed the offense is known as the COMPLAINANT.


What is the legal term for a person who initiates a lawsuit against another person for neglectful actions or wrong doing?

The legal term for this is the plaintiff.


The person the case is against is called the?

The person a case is held against is the "Defendant". The person holding the case against them is known as the "Plaintiff".


How do you use the word plaintiff in a sentence?

In the case of James v/s Phil, it is James who is the plaintiff as it is he, who brought the case against Phil in the court of law.


The person who initiates a lawsuit is called a an?

A plaintiff initiates a lawsuit against a defendant.


In a Civil Case the party who brings a case against a Defendant is called?

The Plaintiff


In a civil case the party who brings a case against a defendant is referred to as the?

The plaintiff


What can you do if the plaintiff violates a protective order?

There is not order against the plaintiff.. the plaintiff is the person who filed the order, he or she is not in violation of an order that they placed. Only the defendant can be in violation as the courts have ordered that person to have no contact with the plaintiff not vice versa.Another View: The Plaintiff MAY, in fact, be in violation of the court's order. If the respondant was ordered to maintain a certain distance from the plaintiff, or stay away from the plaintiff's residence and place of work, or was ordered not to have any contact with the plaintiff,. . . AND THEN. . . the plaintiff wilfully violates the same order they petitioned for, the court can find them in violation of the order and they are in contempt of court.


Describe the roles of plaintiff and defendant?

- Plaintiff- In civil law, the party who brings a suit or some other legal action against other (the defendant) in court.- Defendant- In a civil suit, the person against whom a court action is brought by the plaintiff; in a criminal case, the person charged with the crime.


Who ran against chester A arthur?

William H. English


What is the definition of counterclaim?

A counterclaim is an affirmative claim that a defendant in a lawsuit brings against the plaintiff suing him or her. An "affirmative claim" is in addition to the usual defense to a plaintiff's complaint, where the defendant simply denies plaintiff's allegations against defendant. An example is in a car accident case where both sides believe the other was at fault, plaintiff sues defendant for damages from the accident alleging defendant was negligent. Defendant files an answer denying plaintiff's allegations of negligence and adds a counterclaim alleging that plaintiff was negligent and that he or she caused the accident and demanding damages from plainitff. Under rules of procedure, plaintiff usually has to file an answer to the defendant's counterclaim.