- = demande reconventionnelle (франц.) = Widerklage (нем.) - встречный иск, представляет собой правовое средство защиты (см. prayers for relief), как правило, не зависящее от возражений против удовлетворения прямого иска. Существуют различные процессуально-правовые (см., напр., пар. 13 Регламента МКАС при ТПП РФ 2006 г.) и материально-правовые (см. ст. 174 ГК) требования к подаче встречных исков.
Glossary of international commercial arbitration. 2013.
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counterclaim — coun·ter·claim / kau̇n tər ˌklām/ n: a claim for relief that is asserted against an opposing party after an original claim has been made compare affirmative defense at defense, cross action, cross appeal … Law dictionary
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counterclaim — A claim presented by a defendant in opposition to or deduction from the claim of the plaintiff. Fed.R. Civil P. 13. If established, such will defeat or diminish the plaintiffs claim. Under federal rule practice, and also in most states,… … Black's law dictionary
counterclaim — UK [ˈkaʊntə(r)ˌkleɪm] / US [ˈkaʊntərˌkleɪm] noun [countable] Word forms counterclaim : singular counterclaim plural counterclaims a statement that you make against someone who has made a statement against you, especially in a legal case Derived… … English dictionary
counterclaim — n. 1) to bring, enter, make a counterclaim 2) a counterclaim against * * * [ˌkaʊntə kleɪm] enter make a counterclaim a counterclaim against to bring … Combinatory dictionary
counterclaim — I. noun Date: 1784 an opposing claim; especially a claim brought by a defendant against a plaintiff in a legal action II. verb Date: 1857 intransitive verb to enter or plead a counterclaim transitive verb to ask in a counterclaim … New Collegiate Dictionary
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counterclaim — n. claim made in opposition to an earlier claim v. enter an opposing claim, make a counterclaim … English contemporary dictionary
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