Definitions of interpleader:
  • noun:   (law) One who makes an interplea.
  • noun:   (law) Motion for a third party to enter into a lawsuit in process because a matter is being adjudicated in which they have an interest.
  • noun:   (law) Process by which a third party asks a court to determine which of two rival claims is to be honored by the third party.

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