petitions

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plural of petition
petit
small or minor
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A formal, written request made to an official person or organized body, often containing many signatures
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A formal written request for judicial action
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To make a request, commonly in written form
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A petition is a formal request made to a court of law for some legal action to be taken. His lawyers filed a petition for all charges to be dropped
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{a} small, inconsiderable, trifling, mean
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{f} submit a request; appeal, plead; entreat, solicit
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{n} a prayer, request, entreaty, article
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{v} to supplicate, solicit, entreat, beg
petit
Small; little; insignificant; mean; Same as Petty
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{s} (French) small, little; minor (Law); insignificant (Law)
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A prayer; a supplication; an imploration; an entreaty; especially, a request of a solemn or formal kind; a prayer to the Supreme Being, or to a person of superior power, rank, or authority; also, a single clause in such a prayer
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A legal pleading making a formal request
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A petition is a formal request that you be legally recognized as qualified for a green card or some types of nonimmigrant visas Paper proof that you do indeed qualify is always submitted with the petition
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An application made to a court requesting the court to take some type of action It is usually in writing and states the facts and circumstances of the request
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A formal request submitted to the Legislature by an individual, or group of individuals
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To make a petition or solicitation
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A formal written request presented to the court requesting specific judicial action (compare Motion)
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A historic means for the public to have direct access to the Legislative Assembly A petition is a request, opinion or position from an individual or a group that is put forward to the Legislative Assembly for some action A petition may only be presented to the House by a Member of the Legislative Assembly
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A written request seeking a waiver of or an exception to a university regulation, policy or deadline
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A written application to a court asking for specific action to be taken
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The application or paper that starts a bankruptcy proceeding The petition contains the name, address, and other general information about the debtor It also contains a request to the court to give the debtor the benefits of the bankruptcy laws The petition has schedules attached to it containing the information required for the bankruptcy court The petition must be signed by the debtor If the debtor files the petition, it is "voluntary" If creditors file the petition, it is "involuntary"
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– a document filed with the court that is used to initiate a civil child protective proceeding The petition contains the essential allegations of abuse or neglect that make up the petitioner's complaint about a particular child's situation It does not include all of the detailed facts available to the petitioner to support these allegations
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A formal written application requesting a court, legislature, or other government body to take a specific action
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a document presented to a house of Parliament by a person or group of people asking for action on a matter
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The pleading which filed commences the litigation in a civil case It contains the allegations and request for relief and/or for recovery of money by the plaintiff
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This form is used to join additional employers, terminate benefits or raise issues not appropriate to be claimed in an application (form 6106)
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reverent petition to a deity
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A formal request, with the support of adequate biological data, suggesting that a species, with the support of adequate biological data, be listed, reclassified, or delisted, or that critical habitat be revised for a listed species See also Region 3 Guidance for Potential Petitioners
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formal request, as in: She signed the petition to change the zoning law
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a compilation of signatures built in order to exert moral authority in support of a specific cause
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make an official, written application to a high legal authority, a parliament etc , requesting that action be taken It is often accompanied by a list of the signatures of people supporting it
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Formal document to request consideration of a proposal to the legislature The proposal, usually a Bill or a Resolve,accompanies the petition (See also Bill and Resolve)
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a formal written request for judicial action (Law)
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The application made under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act for the Court to hand down a Receiving Order stating the person is in bankruptcy
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To make a prayer or request to; to ask from; to solicit; to entreat; especially, to make a formal written supplication, or application to, as to any branch of the government; as, to petition the court; to petition the governor
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A document requesting a court to exercise a particular function, e g a petition for a warrant for arrest
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A formal, written request submitted by an individual or group to some official body or agency
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write a petition for something to somebody; request formally and in writing
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If you petition someone in authority, you make a formal request to them. couples petitioning for divorce All the attempts to petition the Congress had failed She's petitioning to regain custody of the child. Written instrument directed to an individual, government official, legislative body, or court in order to seek redress of grievances or to request a favour. In some jurisdictions, petitions brought by a sufficient number of people (represented by their signatures) are used to place a candidate on a ballot, to submit an issue to the electorate (see referendum and initiative), or to exert pressure on legislators to vote in a certain way. In the U.S., the right to petition is guaranteed by the 1st Amendment to the Constitution
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A petition is a document signed by a lot of people which asks a government or other official group to do a particular thing. We recently presented the government with a petition signed by 4,500 people
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A formal written request addressed to an official person, or to an organized body, having power to grant it; specifically (Law), a supplication to government, in either of its branches, for the granting of a particular grace or right; in distinction from a memorial, which calls certain facts to mind; also, the written document
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a petition is simply an application to a court seeking a legal remedy of some form, such as a divorce petition or a bankruptcy petition
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A request or plea from an organization or private citizens' group is sent to one or both chambers The support or favorable consideration of particular legislation is requested on a matter that has not yet received congressional attention
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a formal message requesting something that is submitted to an authority
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The title given to the first document filed in an action for divorce The petition sets out the facts of the case and the allegations against the other spouse and requests that the court grant the divorce or dissolution It also states, in very general terms, what the petitioner is requesting in relief from the court
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{i} request, demand; plea, appeal
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Application for court order or other judicial action In juvenile proceedings, a petition is a document alleging that a youth is delinquent, a status offender, or a dependent child and asking that the court assume jurisdiction over the juvenile
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    pıtîşınz

    Aussprache

    /pəˈtəsʜənz/ /pəˈtɪʃənz/

    Etymologie

    [ p&-'ti-sh&n ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin petition-, petitio, from petere to seek, request; more at FEATHER.

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