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- v. Present participle of implead.
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They impleaded their subcontractor who in turn impleaded its subcontractor so that by the time impleading and cross claiming was done, there were six defense counsels on the case.
Such a plea being like a poor conquered captive's impleading a victorious sword, absolutely senseless and ridiculous; it being certainly absurd to resist, where it is impossible to conquer or escape.
Court on Wednesday directed impleading the Union Government in a PIL seeking levy of
The Judge added: "Since the Attorney General, who is the first defendant, has not supported the impleading of the English sovereign for the purpose of indemnity or otherwise, I would accordingly strike out the name of Her Majesty's Government of Great Britain from the suit."
Some parties from Kerala and Tamil Nadu filed impleading applications seeking modification of the ban.
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