Permissive Joinder of Claims

Permissive Joinder of Claims

Definition

The combining of all claims against a party into one lawsuit, governed by Rule 18 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. A party asserting a claim against any other party may join all its claims against that party as long as there is subject-matter jurisdiction; the claims need not be related.

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