- What is Civil Litigation?
The term “civil litigation” may be applied in any scenario where a legal dispute has occurred between two or more parties that seek financial compensation or monetary damages. This does not include any criminal accusations.
In some cases, the judge will be the one o make the final decision pertaining to the outcome of the dispute. However, this is not always the case.
- Kinds of Civil Law (4)
- Family Relations
- Civil wrongs that cause physical damage to a person or one's property
- What is a Civil Action?
Civil action is considered a noncriminal lawsuit that typically involves private parties. This kind of lawsuit begins with a complaint and often pertains of cases of contract disputes, property disputes, torts, class action cases, defamation, fraud, battery, medical malpractice, fraud, etc. In a civil action, the person filing the complaint is the plaintiff while the person defending against the allegations is the defendant.
The civil litigation process is designed to help compensate the plaintiff for any damages or injuries that had wrongfully occurred while creating liability for the defendant to help restore justice in cases of civil litigation.
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