coparties

coparties
Parties having like status, such as, co-defendants. Murray v. Haverford Hospital Corp., D.C.Pa., 278 F.Supp. 5, 7. "Co-party," within rule (F.R.C.P. 13) providing that a pleading may state as a cross-claim any claim by one party against a co-party arising out of the transaction or occurrence that is the subject matter of the original action, does not mean merely equal party, such as one of several original defendants, but applies to a third-party defendant brought into the case by an original defendant on a theory of liability over. Fogel v. United Gas Imp. Co., D.C.Pa., 32 F.R.D. 202, 204

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • coparties — n. associate, partner, confederate, collaborator …   English contemporary dictionary

  • coparties — Parties having like status, such as, co defendants. Murray v. Haverford Hospital Corp., D.C.Pa., 278 F.Supp. 5, 7. Co party, within rule (F.R.C.P. 13) providing that a pleading may state as a cross claim any claim by one party against a co party… …   Black's law dictionary

  • coparties — See joint parties …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • parties — The persons who take part in the performance of any act, or who are directly interested in any affair, contract, or conveyance, or who are actively concerned in the prosecution and defense of any legal proceeding. Green v. Bogue, 158 U.S. 478, 15 …   Black's law dictionary

  • inseparable error — An error by the trial court affecting all coparties of such nature that a reversal must apply to all such parties notwithstanding less than all of them appealed. 5 Am J2d A & E §§ 951, 952 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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