multiplicity of suits

Definition of "multiplicity of suits"
  1. Multiple lawsuits that are similar in nature and should ideally be consolidated into one case and trial to promote efficiency and fairness in the legal process
How to use "multiplicity of suits" in a sentence
  1. To avoid a multiplicity of suits, the judge ordered that all related cases be combined into one.
  2. The multiplicity of suits filed by various parties was seen as burdensome by the court.
  3. Instead of handling a multiplicity of suits, the court decided to handle the issue in a singular, comprehensive lawsuit.

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