bill of review

Definition of "bill of review"
  1. It's a legal document filed to initiate a case aiming to overturn the final outcome of an earlier lawsuit
How to use "bill of review" in a sentence
  1. The plaintiff filed a bill of review in hopes of overturning the unfavorable decision from their last case.
  2. In an attempt to have the last judgment dismissed, the defendant used a bill of review.
  3. Due to an alleged error, they chose to initiate a new case using a bill of review.

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