REPLEAD

REPLEAD

replead, vb.

1. To plead again or anew; to file a new pleading, esp. to correct a defect in an earlier pleading. [Cases: Federal Civil Procedure 1838; Pretrial Procedure 695.]

2. To make a repleader.


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