Definition of "numerosity"
  1. A condition necessary for a group to be considered for a class action lawsuit, where the number of members is too high to realistically include all individuals in a single case
How to use "numerosity" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer confirmed the numerosity condition was met for their case to proceed as a class action lawsuit.
  2. In setting up the class action lawsuit, numerosity became a major consideration due to the large number of affected individuals.
  3. Disputing the numerosity of the proposed class, the defense sought to argue that individual actions were more reasonable.

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