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A motion to consolidate is a motion which seeks to combine two cases into one proceeding. It may be granted if the cases involve common questions of law or fact to be resolved. For example, a petitioner in a paternity action may seek to consolidate the paternity case with a pending adoption case.
In Civil law, it refers to combining of two or more actions involving the same parties or issues into a single action through court order. When the cases involve similar or related questions to be decided, the court may consolidate the cases in order to promote the efficient use of judicial resources.
(a) Consolidation. If actions before the court involve a common question of law or fact, the court may: (1) join for hearing or trial any or all matters at issue in the actions. (2) consolidate the actions. or. (3) issue any other orders to avoid unnecessary cost or delay.
Consolidation may take several forms. The rule permits the court to combine cases for discovery only, for trial only, or for all purposes. Courts usually consolidate cases to speed up the trial process and to eliminate duplicative trials involving the same parties, issues, and evidence.
Consolidation Notice means a notice signed by an authorised signatory of the Borrower and delivered to the Administrative Agent in accordance with Clause 8.3(b) (Consolidation of Advances) substantially in the form of Schedule 8 (Form of Consolidation Notice).
When a defendant is convicted of more than one offense at the same time, the court may consolidate the offenses for judgment. The sentence for that judgment is driven by the most serious offense among the consolidated convictions.
Definition of Consolidated Complaint. Consolidated Complaint means the complaint filed by the Executive Committee of Plaintiffs' Counsel cases under MDL Docket No.
In Civil law, it refers to combining of two or more actions involving the same parties or issues into a single action through court order. When the cases involve similar or related questions to be decided, the court may consolidate the cases in order to promote the efficient use of judicial resources.
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