joinder definition

  • noun:
    • The work of joining.
    • Law A joining of causes of activity or defense in a suit.
    • legislation A joining of functions in a suit.
    • legislation Formal acceptance of a concern offered.
    • The joining a litigant to a suit.
    • The act of joining; a putting collectively; combination.
    • A joining of parties as plaintiffs or defendants in a suit.
    • Acceptance of an issue tendered in-law or fact.
    • A joining of causes of action or defense in civil matches or unlawful prosecutions.
    • A joining; combination.
    • in-law: The coupling or joining of two factors behind activity in a suit against another: known as more totally joinder of action.
    • The coupling of a couple of persons collectively as defendants.
    • The acceptance by a party to an action of point of conflict put in his adversary's previous pleading: known as joinder in demurrer if the past pleading ended up being a demurrer, joinder of issue if it had been an allegation of-fact.

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