Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 15

Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 15

Definition

Federal rule of civil procedure that allows amendment of pleadings before, during, or even after trial if no prejudice will result, in order to encourage full litigation on the merits of all issues. The policy of Rule 15 is to encourage judgment on the merits, rather than on procedural requirements.

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