Dismissed with prejudice definition

Dismissed with prejudice means a case has been dismissed and finally decided and may not be refiled.
Dismissed with prejudice means final disposition barring future action under this section on the same issue, claim, or cause.
Dismissed with prejudice means an Application dismissed by the Board in its sole discretion for which the later submission of an Application, based on the same Claimed Injury(ies) or Disease(s) is precluded.

Examples of Dismissed with prejudice in a sentence

  • Dismissed without prejudice" means a case has been dismissed but has not been finally decided and may be refiled.(m) "Dismissed with prejudice" means a case has been dismissed and finally decided and may not be refiled.(n) "Judge" is a justice of the peace.( o) "Judgment" is a final order by the court that states the relief, if any, a party is entitled to or must provide.(p) "Jurisdiction" is the authority of the court to hear and decide a case.

More Definitions of Dismissed with prejudice

Dismissed with prejudice means a case has been dismissed and finally decided and
Dismissed with prejudice only means can’t refile that suit in the EXACT SAME ct – can refile it elsewhere
Dismissed with prejudice means a case has been dismissed AND it has been finally decided. If a case is dismissed with prejudice it may not be refiled.

Related to Dismissed with prejudice

  • Dismissal means the denial of the current educational program to any student, including exclusion, expulsion and suspension. Dismissal does not include removal from class.

  • Lead Plaintiff means Public Employees’ Retirement System of Mississippi.

  • Released Plaintiffs’ Claims means all claims, rights and causes of action, duties, obligations, demands, actions, debts, sums of money, suits, contracts, agreements, promises, damages, and liabilities of every nature and description, whether known claims or Unknown Claims, whether arising under federal, state, common or foreign law, that Lead Plaintiff or any other Class Member: (i) have asserted in the Complaint; or (ii) could have asserted in the Complaint or any other forum, that arise out of or are based upon the allegations, transactions, facts, matters or occurrences, representations or omissions involved, set forth, or referred to in the Complaint and that relate in any way to the purchase or acquisition during the Class Period of the Company’s ADSs traded on the NYSE. Released Plaintiff’s Claims do not release, bar, waive or otherwise impact: (i) any claims to enforce the Settlement; (ii) any claims by any governmental entity that arise out of any governmental or regulatory proceeding or investigation of Defendants relating to the conduct alleged in the Action, including, without limitation, any qui tam action; or (iii) any claims of any person or entity who or which submits a request for exclusion from the Settlement Class that is accepted by the Court.

  • Motion means a formal proposition to be discussed and voted on during the course of a meeting.