want of prosecution

want of prosecution
несовершение истцом процессуальных действий (дающее основание ответчику требовать прекращение дела)

Англо-русский юридический словарь. . 2011.

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  • want of prosecution — n. The failure of a litigant to pursue a case in a timely manner, sometimes resulting in dismissal of the case. Webster s New World Law Dictionary. Susan Ellis Wild. 2000 …   Law dictionary

  • want of prosecution — A ground of involuntary dis missal or nonsuit, consisting in the plaintiff s failure to appear and prosecute his case or his failure to prosecute his case diligently. 24 Am J2d Dism § 59 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • prosecution — pros·e·cu·tion /ˌprä si kyü shən/ n 1: the act or process of prosecuting; esp: the institution and carrying on of a criminal action involving the process of seeking formal charges against a person and pursuing those charges to final judgment 2:… …   Law dictionary

  • judgment for want of prosecution — See judgment of nolle prosequi; judgment of non pros …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • prosecution — noun 1 (C, U) the process or act of bringing a charge against someone for a crime, or of being judged for a crime in a court of law: The evidence is not sufficient to bring a prosecution against him. | I want immunity from prosecution before I… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • dismissal — dis·mis·sal n 1: removal from a position or service 2 a: the termination of an action or claim usu. before the presentation of evidence by the defendant in·vol·un·tary dismissal 1: the dismissal of an action by the court because of the plaintiff… …   Law dictionary

  • prosecute — pros·e·cute / prä si ˌkyüt/ vb cut·ed, cut·ing [Latin prosecutus, past participle of prosequi to pursue] vt 1: to institute and carry forward legal action against for redress or esp. punishment of a crime 2: to institute and carry on a lawsuit… …   Law dictionary

  • dismissed — I adjective acquitted, clear, discarded, discharged, dispensed, exculpated, forgiven, free, obsolete, pardoned, rejected, released, vindicated associated concepts: automatic dismissal, dismiss due to improper venue, dismiss for failure to answer …   Law dictionary

  • dismissal of action — the termination of a civil action at the motion of the defendant. While an order for dismissal may be made at the conclusion of the trial, it is usually made during interlocutory proceedings. An action may be dismissed for want of prosecution… …   Law dictionary

  • w.o.p. — w.o.p. =>> want of prosecution. Webster s New World Law Dictionary. Susan Ellis Wild. 2000 …   Law dictionary

  • resolved without trial —    American    involving the acceptance of a guilty plea    Part of the process of plea bargaining, but not implying that the accused was acquitted for want of prosecution:     ... it should be resolved without trial , an oblique reference to a… …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms


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