Impleader meaning

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The procedure by which a third party is impleaded.
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A legal procedure by which a defendant brings into an action a new party who may be liable for all or part of the plaintiff's claim against the defendant.
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A procedure under which one of the parties brings in a third party, typically in an attempt to hold the third party liable on a claim or counterclaim made against the party who is bringing in the third party.
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(law) A procedural device before trial in which a party joins a third-party into a lawsuit because that third-party is liable to an original defendant.
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