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Definition of "litigated" []

  • To bring or contest (a claim, action, etc) in a lawsuit (verb)
  • To engage in legal proceedings (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of litigate. (verb)

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Use "litigated" in a sentence
  • "Captain Lake with the fact, that he, the purchaser, was actually in possession of information to the effect that Mark was dead, and that he was, therefore, buying under a liability of having his title litigated, with a doubtful result, the moment he should enter into possession."
  • "The SG's role is instead to advance and defend the Administration's policies and strategies in litigated matters before the Supreme Court."
  • "It shall be the duty of the District Attorney of the Confederate States, diligently to prosecute all causes instituted under this act, and he shall receive as a compensation therefor two per cent. upon and from the fruits of all litigation instituted under this act: Provided, That no matter shall be called litigated except a defendant be admitted by the court, and a proper plea be filed."
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