Translation of litigant in Spanish:

litigant

litigante, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlɪdəɡənt//ˈlɪtɪɡ(ə)nt/

noun

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    litigante masculine
    • The Judge is entitled to run the court in an efficient way for the benefit of litigants.
    • The courts have become increasingly aware that this is in the interests of the litigants and society as a whole, particularly in the personal injury field.
    • I understand the frustration felt by many litigants in family law proceedings.
    • That would be determined, we would say, for the benefit of all litigants.
    • Some of those litigants have their counterparts in the profession.
    • Here the objective is to facilitate access to justice for litigants who have suffered loss in large-scale international accidents.
    • I understood him to agree that the letters of opinion provided by both litigants had afforded little assistance to the court.
    • A law with respect to vexatious litigants may be a law designed to promote access to the courts.
    • Thus, the more restrictive provisions as to solicitor litigants in person were applicable.
    • The Supreme Court Act 1981 provides litigants with the means to gain discovery of evidence that they need to make their claim.
    • They are for the external direction of litigants and litigators.
    • I was unable to obtain a lawyer in these matters because Legal Aid does not provide legal aid to litigants who are in civil matters.
    • And what about personal injury litigants who are being tailed legitimately?
    • To accede to the request of the defendants would put the access to justice by most litigants out of reach.
    • It indemnifies successful litigants for the cost of litigation.
    • Family and friends for both litigants have testified in a supportive way for each.
    • So judges and magistrates are not subject to litigation from disgruntled litigants.
    • It will merely deny access to justice to the most deserving of all litigants - the reluctant claimant.
    • The upshot was that it was no longer to be thought of in terms of Crown immunity but whether the public interest overrode the ordinary rights of litigants.
    • We do not have the luxury of the system, which can provide instant access to litigants, in terms of courtrooms, judges and jury panels.