REAL-PARTY-IN-INTEREST RULE

REAL-PARTY-IN-INTEREST RULE

real-party-in-interest rule. The principle that the person entitled by law to enforce a substantive right should be the one under whose name the action is prosecuted. Fed. R. Civ. P. 17(a).
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