bill of interpleader

Definition of "bill of interpleader"
  1. A type of legal document created by a person who doesn't have any interest or preference in the case. This document requests the court's decision on the opposing rights or claims of two or more parties over the same matter, such as money owed by the person who filed the document
How to use "bill of interpleader" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer filed a bill of interpleader to resolve the dispute between the two parties claiming the same insurance payout.
  2. A bill of interpleader was submitted to the court in order to determine which of the two claimants had valid ownership of the disputed property.
  3. When faced with multiple claims on the same inheritance, the executor submitted a bill of interpleader to the court to resolve the issue.

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