Noch ein paar Belege für plaintiff/claimant in England & Wales:
Claimant - The name, under the Civil Procedure Rules, given to the party making a claim in the Courts. (Previous term = plaintiff).http://www.sfla.co.uk/litigation/glossary.htm
Mrs Emily Shirley outlined the reasons why the Parish Council should act as the claimant (plaintiff and claimant are interchangeable terms with “plaintiff” being older
and “claimant” used these days for clarity):
The usual form of citation in civil cases is: claimant (plaintiff) v defendant ...
Olley and Marlborough Court Ltd - the parties involved in the case, the claimant (plaintiff) and the defendant.
Pursuer und defender in Schottland:
The case is brought by a Claimant ('Plaintiff' in Northern Ireland,. 'Pursuer' in Scotland) and defended by a Defendant ('Defender' in Scotland)
In Scotland, slightly different names are used for parties to an action than those used in England. The claimant is known as the "Pursuer" and the person the action has been raised against is the "Defender". http://www.caniclaim.com/scottishclaims.htm
Both pursuer and defender are resident and domiciled in Scotland.
www.law.ed.ac.uk/it&law/c10_main.htm (Uni Edinburgh)
Citation format: Pursuer v Defender Year Series Page number
www.is.stir.ac.uk/research/.../lawrefer.php (Uni Stirling)
The pursuer can claim all profits accruing to the infringer as as a result ... to use the same mark as the pursuer if the defender's mark is also registered.
HEI Records Retention Schedule
Prescription & Limitation (Scotland) Act 1973 ... If a HEI is involved in litigation or arbitration, either as a pursuer or defender, the retention of relevant documents may be critical to either proving the organisation's case or defending its position.http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/partnerships/rec...
There is little Scottish authority to demonstrate the use of this remedy in relation to breach of confidence actions. A pursuer cannot claim both damages and an account of profits ...
Compensatory damages are available where a breach of confidence has taken place. Damages are assessed at the value of the information which the defenders have taken. http://slcc.strath.ac.uk/scotslawcourse/ip/ip...
In defamation actions, the law of Scotland will compensate a pursuer where he has .... where a defender could show that they exercise no control over the content of the material