pleading

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
a document filed in a lawsuit
present participle of plead
Of or pertaining to that which pleads

Have but a pleading heart and God will have a plenteous hand.

{n} the act or form of pleading causes
(law) a statement in legal and logical form stating something on behalf of a party to a legal proceeding
past participle of plead
Pleading is asking someone for something you want very much, in an intense or emotional way. He simply ignored Sid's pleading. see also special pleading
A pleading expression or gesture shows someone that you want something very much. the pleading expression on her face + pleadingly plead·ing·ly He looked at me pleadingly
The act of advocating, defending, or supporting, a cause by arguments
{s} asking, requesting; begging, imploring; arguing, claiming; entreating
Any formal written document filed with a court which requests action by the court Includes complaints, petitions, answers to the complaint, responses to a petition, motions, etc
{i} argument, argument; claim, suit
a document filed with the court which asks for something or responds to a pleading file with the other party
expressing earnest entreaty; "the appealing and frightened look worn by an injured dog"; "she holds out her hand for money, importunate, insistent"; "a pleading note in her voice"
A written statement in which one party responds to another's allegations to narrow the dispute to one or more specific points of difference
The formal written statements presented by the parties in a civil case - forming the basis for the lawsuit and defining the issues
The formal allegations by the parties of their respective claims and defenses
A paper filed with the court in connection with a pending action A complaint, an answer, and a motion are examples of pleadings Pleadings have different purposes A complaint is designed to state the facts that show that the defendant is liable to the plaintiff The answer is designed to state facts that show the defendant is not liable to the plaintiff A motion is a request, filed by the moving party, that the court do something, e g , dismiss the plaintiff’s complaint because it does not state facts showing that the defendant is liable under the law; or enter judgment against a party when there is no dispute as to the facts and the law renders the party liable Cf motion to dismiss, summary judgment
A document filed with the court which asks for something or responds to a pleading filed by the other party
means a formal, written statement setting forth the cause of an action or the defense of a legal case
The process by which the parties in a suit or action alternately present written statements of their contentions, each responsive to that which precedes, and each serving to narrow the field of controversy until there evolves one or more points affirmed on one side and denied on the other, called the issue upon which they then go to trial
Any formal written application to the court for relief or notice and the written response to it Pleadings include petitions, answers, counter-claims, responses, and motions
document which asks for Relief, i e , usually a Complaint, Answer, or Motion
Formal legal documents of the parties giving their respective claims and responses
pleading deal
willingness of the accused to cooperate with the claim and thereby receive a lighter sentence, compromise between the accuser and the accused
pleading with
appealing to, begging with , imploring from
artful pleading
The filing under state law of a claim naturally arising under federal law

Suing his employer for negligence rather than for violation of the Federal Employers Liability Act was an artful pleading, and the state trial court rightfully removed the proceedings to federal district court.

plead
To beg, beseech, or implore
plead
To present an argument, especially in a legal case

The defendant has decided to plead not guilty.

shotgun pleading
A legal complaint or an answer to a complaint which sets forth an excessive number of facts with no clear organization, and then asserts that those facts describe a cause of action or a defense
plead
To present an answer, by allegation of fact, to the declaration of a plaintiff; to deny the plaintiff's declaration and demand, or to allege facts which show that ought not to recover in the suit; in a less strict sense, to make an allegation of fact in a cause; to carry on the allegations of the respective parties in a cause; to carry on a suit or plea
plead
If you plead with someone to do something, you ask them in an intense, emotional way to do it. The lady pleaded with her daughter to come back home He was kneeling on the floor pleading for mercy `Do not say that,' she pleaded I pleaded to be allowed to go. = beg
plead
If you plead a particular thing as the reason for doing or not doing something, you give it as your excuse. Mr Giles pleads ignorance as his excuse It was no defence to plead that they were only obeying orders
plead
When someone charged with a crime pleads guilty or not guilty in a court of law, they officially state that they are guilty or not guilty of the crime. Morris had pleaded guilty to robbery
plead
{v} to defend, discuss, argue, allege, say
affirmative pleading
any defensive pleading that affirms facts rather than merely denying the facts alleged by the plaintiff
alternative pleading
a pleading that alleges facts so separate that it is difficult to determine which facts the person intends to rely on
defective pleading
any pleading that fails to conform in form or substance to minimum standards of accuracy or sufficiency
entertained a pleading
accepted a pleading, agreed with an argument (Law)
plead
{f} allege, argue; petition, solicit; entreat, appeal, implore
plead
If you plead the case or cause of someone or something, you speak out in their support or defence. He appeared before the Committee to plead his case
plead
To discuss, defend, and attempt to maintain by arguments or reasons presented to a tribunal or person having uthority to determine; to argue at the bar; as, to plead a cause before a court or jury
plead
enter a plea, as in courts of law; "She pleaded not guilty"
plead
appeal or request earnestly; "I pleaded with him to stop"
plead
appeal or request earnestly; "I pleaded with him to stop" enter a plea, as in courts of law; "She pleaded not guilty" offer as an excuse or plea; "She was pleading insanity" make an allegation in an action or other legal proceeding, especially answer the previous pleading of the other party by denying facts therein stated or by alleging new facts
plead
To allege or cite in a legal plea or defense, or for repelling a demand in law; to answer to an indictment; as, to plead usury; to plead statute of limitations; to plead not guilty
plead
To allege or adduce in proof, support, or vendication; to offer in excuse; as, the law of nations may be pleaded in favor of the rights of ambassadors
plead
make an allegation in an action or other legal proceeding, especially answer the previous pleading of the other party by denying facts therein stated or by alleging new facts
plead
To contend; to struggle
plead
To argue in support of a claim, or in defense against the claim of another; to urge reasons for or against a thing; to attempt to persuade one by argument or supplication; to speak by way of persuasion; as, to plead for the life of a criminal; to plead with a judge or with a father
plead
offer as an excuse or plea; "She was pleading insanity"
pleadingly
In an pleading manner; with pleas
pleadingly
in the manner of begging, in the manner of appealing
pleadingly
In a pleading manner
pleadingly
in an emotional way that shows you very much want someone to do something
pleadings
(RWT) Written statements of the parties in a civil case of their positions In the federal courts, the principal pleadings are the complaint and the answer
pleadings
formal written allegations by the parties of their respective claims and defenses for the judgment of the court
pleadings
Papers filed by parties in a lawsuit stating claims against each other, or his/her defenses to those claims
pleadings
Requests filed with the court, whether through a petition, an answer or a motion for relief
pleadings
Statements or claims describing a plaintiff's reason for action or a defendant's grounds for defense
pleadings
Written documents stating the allegations and claims of the opposing parties in a legal dispute
pleadings
Written statements by the parties of their positions
pleadings
The allegations of facts supporting the claims and defenses asserted in a lawsuit
pleadings
The written statements of the parties in a lawsuit that contain their allegations, denials and defenses
pleadings
Formal, written allegations by the parties of their respective claims
pleadings
The mutual pleas and replies of the plaintiff and defendant, or written statements of the parties in support of their claims, proceeding from the declaration of the plaintiff, until issue is joined, and the question made to rest on some single point
pleadings
1 Statements, in logical and legal form, of the facts that constitute plaintiff's cause of action and defendant's ground of defense Pleadings are either allegations by the parties affirming or denying certain principles of law, which are intended to describe to the court or jury the real matter in dispute BACK TO TOP
pleadings
The written statements of fact and law filed by the parties to a lawsuit
pleadings
The formal written statements filed in court by the parties to institute or defend an action, or to frame issues for litigation and court decision
pleadings
This application option lists all pleadings that have been filed in regards to the application Each pleading is identified by type, date the pleading was filed, a description of the pleading, and the name of the pleading file To view a pleading, click its file name Note: You must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed with your web browser to view pleadings
pleadings
Written statements of the parties in a civil case of their positions In the federal courts, the principal pleadings are the complaint and the answer
pleadings
plural of pleading
pleadings
Formal written statement in a civil action, served by a party on his opponents, stating allegations of fact upon which the party pleading is claiming relief, but not the evidence by which the facts are to be proved, eg: Statement of Claim, Defence
pleadings
papers required to be filed by each party with the court which allege the facts, claims, and defenses involved in the case
pleadings
formal written statements by the parties to a lawsuit indicating their respective claims and defenses which are filed wit the court
pleadings
The formal documents concerning the basis for a lawsuit
pleadings
Written statements delivered by parties to one another setting out the legal and factual basis of a claim or defence Pleadings may include a statement of claim, defence and reply
special pleading
(law) a pleading that alleges new facts in avoidance of the opposing allegations an argument that ignores all unfavorable evidence
special pleading
If someone is using special pleading, they are trying to persuade you to do something by only telling you the facts that support their case. The Secretary of State has given in to special pleading. when someone tries to persuade you to do something by giving you only those facts that support their argument
pleading

    الواصلة

    plead·ing

    التركية النطق

    plidîng

    النطق

    /ˈplēdəɴɢ/ /ˈpliːdɪŋ/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'plEd ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English plaiden to institute a lawsuit, from Middle French plaidier, from plaid plea.

    كلمة اليوم

    sutler
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