third party

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someone not directly involved in a transaction. A third entity in the Seller (first party) and Customer (second party) relationship. A Seller may employ a third party to perform specific services to augment the value of a product. For example, a manufacturer may employ a third party to pack and distribute a product. A computer manufacturer may augment their product with software from a third party supplier
a political party in opposition to the main parties in a two-party system
A person who is not a party to a contract but may become involved in an indirect way or be affected by it
someone other than the principals who are involved in a transaction
A person, not a party to the insurance contract, who has an alleged or actual claim for injury or damage against the person insured under the policy
a political party organized in opposition to the major parties in a two-party system
A product or service vendor (other than the primary vendor or customer) that supplies a necessary component of a system (e g software, circuit cards, etc )
A person, business, or government agency not actively involved in a legal proceeding, agreement, or transaction
In an insurance contract, a third party is anyone other than the policyholder and the family members covered under the insurance policy The policyholder is the first party The insurance company is the second party in the contract Anyone else is a third party
A person that is not part of an insurance contract but is claiming against the insured The insurance company and the insured are the other two parties
An individual other than the insured (First Party) or the insurer (Second Party) who has incurred a loss or is entitled to benefit payments that have resulted form the actions of the insured
The cheapest and most basic type of motor insurance Third party covers damage to others' cars but not to your own
A claimant under a liability policy, so called because he is not one of the two parties (insured and insurer) who has entered into the insurance contract which pays his claim
The claimant under a liability policy So called because he/she is not one of the two parties, insured and insurer, to the insurance contract THRESHOLD (NO-FAULT): The point, measured in money, time or other ways, beyond which tort liability can be established Until that point is reached, reparations must be paid within the provisions of the no-fault plan, with no recourse to the courts
means the decision-maker has no direct financial interest in the affairs of the member being certified, including an interest in the marketing of that member’s products
In the parlance of American politics, "third party" refers to political parties outside the two-party system which are perceived to have a significant base of support In the 20th century, that has come to mean a party that is not the Republican Party or the Democratic Party and can play some role in influencing the outcome of an election
The person other than the insured who has incurred a loss or is entitled to receive a benefit payment as a result of the acts or omissions of the insured
third side, third partner, third person, foreign factor
An outsider; a business or personal invitee or a party with absolutely no connection to an insured who may become a claimant under a form of public liability coverage because of injury or property damage alleged to have been caused by the negligence of the insured
Third-party insurance is a type of insurance that pays money to people who are hurt or whose property is damaged as a result of something you have done. It does not pay you any money for damage you suffer as a result of your own actions. Premiums for third-party cover are set to rise by up to 25 per cent. someone who is not one of the two main people involved in an agreement or legal case, but who is affected by it or involved in it in some way. third party insurance/cover/policy insurance that pays money to someone who is hurt or whose property is damaged by something that you have done
The deposit account, of an individual other than the Customer, designated to receive funds transferred from the Customer's source account
Someone other than the policyholder or insurer who is involved in an insurance claim
A political party organized to compete against the two major parties in a two-party system; currently in the U S , any party other than the Republican Party and the Democratic Party
the claimant under an insurance policy, so called because the person making the claim is not one of the two parties (insured or insurer) to the insurance contract
Parties fielding candidates from other that the two major parties, i e Democrat and Republican These were also known as minor parties
A third party is a person who helps the disputants to resolve their conflict The third party is impartial and not involved in the conflict Examples of third parties are mediators, arbitrators, conciliators, facilitators and judges
a political party organized in opposition to the major parties in a two-party system someone other than the principals who are involved in a transaction
When the person/company paying shipping and related charges are neither the shipper nor the consignee
A third party is someone who is not one of the main people involved in a business agreement or legal case, but who is involved in it in a minor role. You can instruct your bank to allow a third party to remove money from your account
Someone not named as an Insured party by the Insurance Policy Typically the other party in an auto accident (See First Party)
one who by false reports creates trouble between two people, a person and a group, or a group and another group See also third party law
A party who is not a signatory to an agreement but who may nevertheless have rights and obligations relating to that agreement
(Tiers) In an Insurance Liability policy the third party is a person who may be injured or whose property may be damaged other than the insured or the insurance company A person claiming against the insured The company and the insured are the other two parties
third party processor
A company that is contracted, by a bank etc., to conduct some part of a financial transaction process; especially a company that provides software or hardware for such a process
third party candidate
candidate who does not belong to one of the two major political parties; candidate who does not belong to either the Democratic party or the Republican party (U.S. Politics)
third party insurance
insurance against damage that can occur to a third group involved, insurance for damages that the individual who is covered caused to others, coverage for damage caused in a car accident
third party logistics provider
(Ticaret) (3PL) An outsourced provider that manages all or a significant part of an organization's logistics requirements and performs transportation, locating and sometimes product consolidation activities
third party vendor
company which markets hardware of another manufacturer
Of a video game, developed and published by an independent video game publisher or its internal development teams, as opposed to first-party

third-party video game.

Of or related to a third party
Originating from such a video game

third-party character.

third-party claim
A derivative lawsuit brought by a defendant in an original lawsuit, claiming that another new party being brought in is responsible for or should share in the plaintiff's damages against the defendant
third-party claims
plural form of third-party claim
A party other than the sender or receiver, such as a Network Service Provider, or software developer providing goods or services, in this case in support of the transmission of information in EDI other than the sender or receiver
Term used to describe parts or software for a product that wasn't originally supplied with the product For example, if a product comes with a power supply, and the user hooks up a different power supply, that power supply is considered third-party because it did not come with the equipment originally
An accessory, such as a plug-in or programming code, manufactured by a seperate vendor and designed to work with a given brand of computer equipment or application
Administrator Individual or company that contracts with employers who want to self-insure the health of their employees They develop and coordinate self-insurance programs, process and pay the claim and may help locate stop-loss insurance for the employer They also can analyze the effectiveness of the program and trace the patterns of those using the benefits
third-party transfer
transfer of money to a bank account of a party who is not directly involved in a transaction
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trusted third party
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davanın ihbarı law third-party notice, notice given
to a third party
third party