collusive action

Definition of "collusive action"
  1. A lawsuit in which parties pretend to be adversaries, seeking a legal ruling or setting a precedent, but will be dismissed if found without a true dispute
How to use "collusive action" in a sentence
  1. Following the judge's scrutiny, he found the lawsuit to be a collusive action and dismissed it.
  2. Suspicions were aroused when the opposing parties seemed unusually cooperative, leading many to suspect a collusive action.
  3. The collusion was blatant, transforming the once genuine lawsuit into a case of collusive action.

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