demandants

n. one who makes a demand or claim, plaintiff (Law)

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • predictus — /pradiktas/ Lat. Aforesaid. In civil law pleading, of the three words, idem, praedictus, and praefatus, idem was most usually applied to plaintiffs or demandants; praedictus, to defendants or tenants, places, towns, or lands; and praefatus, to… …   Black's law dictionary

  • demandant — dənt noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English demaundaunt, from Middle French demandant, from present participle of demander 1. : the plaintiff in a real action at law; also : any plaintiff …   Useful english dictionary

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