(Latin) literally 'from a party'; if only one side of a two-party dispute appears to argue, then that dispute is ex parte since only one voice is heard.
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The Latin term 'Ex parte' means, in a UK legal context: 'proceeding brought by one person in the absence of another '.
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(Latin `on the part of one side only`) in law, term indicating that an order has been made after hearing only the party that made the application; for example, an ex parte injunction. It may...
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on behalf of. An action, usually a legal action, taken by a party on someone else's behalf.
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Proceeding brought by one person in the absence of another
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[ Latin See Ex-
, and Part
.] Upon or from one side only; one-sided; partial; as, an ex parte
statement. Ex parte application
, one made without notice or opportunity to oppose.
-- Ex parte council
, one that assembles at the request of only one of the parti
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• Upon or from one side only; one-sided; partial; as, an ex parte statement.
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Ex parte is a Latin legal term meaning "from (by or for) one party" (ˌɛks ˈpɑrtiː). An ex parte decision is one decided by a judge without requiring all of the parties to the controversy to be present. In Australian, Canadian, U.K., Indian and U.S. legal doctrines, ex parte means a legal proceeding brought by one person in the absence of an..
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(Latin) On or from one side or party only--used of legal proceedings; from a one-sided or partisan point of view.
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Lat. 'By or for one party' or 'by one side.'
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(ex par-tay, but popularly, ex party) adj. Latin meaning "for one party," referring to motions, hearings or orders granted on the request of and for the benefit of one party only. This is an exception to the basic rule of court procedure that both parties must be present at any argument before a judge, and to the otherwise strict rule that an attor
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Ex parte is Latin for from one side
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a proceeding, order, motion, application, request, submission etc., made by or granted for the benefit of one party only; done for, in behalf of, or on application of one party only
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On behalf of only one party, without notice to any other party. For example, a request for a search warrant is an ex parte proceeding, since the person subject to the search is not notified of the proceeding and is not present at the hearing.
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By a party An ex parte application is made to the Court during proceedings by one party in the absence of another or without notifying the other party
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