COMMON RULE EX PARTE

COMMON RULE EX PARTE

common rule ex parte. Hist. A court-docket entry reflecting that the case would be decided by a majority vote and would proceed even if a notified party did not appear. See Billington v. Sprague, 22 Me. 34 (1842).
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