impleader

[ im-plee-der ]
/ ɪmˈpli dər /

noun Law.

a procedural method by which an original party to an action may bring in and make a claim against a third party in connection with the claim made against the original party.

Nearby words

  1. implanted suture,
  2. implantology,
  3. implausibility,
  4. implausible,
  5. implead,
  6. implement,
  7. implementation,
  8. implicate,
  9. implicated,
  10. implication

Origin of impleader

First recorded in 1570–80; implead + -er1


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