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."