permissive joinder

Definition of "permissive joinder"
  1. The process of including parties as co-plaintiffs or co-defendants in a lawsuit when they share common legal or factual issues related to the same events or transactions
How to use "permissive joinder" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer requested a permissive joinder to include another party who had a common dispute related to the same transaction.
  2. They implemented a permissive joinder so that all parties with significant involvement in the case could be included.
  3. Through permissive joinder, all related parties were able to present their issues in a unified lawsuit.

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