Definition of Litigations

1. Noun. (plural of litigation) ¹



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Definition of Litigations

1. litigation [n] - See also: litigation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Litigations

liths
lithuresis
lithuria
lithy
litidionite
litigable
litigant
litigant in person
litigants
litigarchy
litigate
litigated
litigates
litigating
litigation
litigations (current term)
litigator
litigators
litigious
litigious paranoia
litigiously
litigiousness
litigiousnesses
liting
litmus
litmus paper
litmus test
litmus tests
litmuses
litogen

Literary usage of Litigations

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1. The Legal Obligations Arising Out of Treaty Relations Between China and by Minchien Tuk Zung Tyau (1917)
"But he is not entitled to intermeddle interfer- ^e mav use h's good ofhc*'rt to promote the welfare Converts' with their litigations. ..."

2. The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England: To which is Added an by Edward Hyde Clarendon (1826)
"... who -hath had the experience of both litigations, that hath not ingenuously confessed, "he had rather, in the " respect of his trouble, charge, ..."

3. A Treatise on the Law and Procedure of Receivers: With Forms; Being a by Henry Gabriel Tardy, John Wilson Smith (1920)
"... court failed to make the order although requested by the receiver.2' Funds derived from litigations directed by the court to be prosecuted and remaining ..."

4. Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science by G. W. Hastings, Andr. Edgar, Edw. Pears, Ch. W. Ryalls (1878)
"A Paper was contributed by Mr. HENRY KILGOUR, on ' Documentary Evidence in litigations.' The writer complained of the roundabout, dilatory, and expensive ..."

5. The Law of Promoters: A Treatise on the Law of Promoters of Private by Manfred William Ehrich (1916)
"The Old Dominion Copper Company litigations. Some time prior to March, 1895, Leonard Lewisohn of New York and Albert S. Bigelow of Massachusetts formed the ..."

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