cause of action

  1. a claim sufficient to demand judicial attention; the facts that give rise to right of action
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How To Use cause of action In A Sentence

  • This problem is typically ignored -- at least by the financial sector and the mainstream media -- so we did "illuminate" the problem and the cause of action borrowers could bring for "fraud in the inducement. William K. Black: Let's Set the Record Straight on Bank of America: Open the Books!
  • The title of the cause of actions in the 2004 claim has been changed to injurious falsehood and inducing breach of contract.
  • The court held that there was a cause of action and thus generalised the existing action for enticement of a servant.
  • The deal failed partly because of the actions of one of the principals, but also because of actions of those not party to the bargain.
  • Moreover, dishonesty was not a necessary element in the cause of action of abuse of fiduciary position. Times, Sunday Times
  • If that is so, your Honour, what then moved the plaintiff was simply and solely what we have called the seeking of a remedy for an innominate cause of action for unfair disclosure.
  • As a general rule of thumb, the longer the delay after the occurrence of the matters giving rise to the cause of action the more likely it is that the balance of prejudice will swing against disapplication.
  • I though I read that the cause of action was for some form of loss of consortium - of the husband, that is.
  • The cause of action against the police was malicious prosecution and wrongful imprisonment.
  • As long as some measurable damage had been suffered the cause of action would accrue. Times, Sunday Times
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