Inter partes

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The term inter partes is the Latin for "between the parties".wikipedia
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In rem jurisdiction

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It can be distinguished from in rem, referring to a legal action whose jurisdiction is based on the control of property, or ex parte referring to a legal action that is by a single party.
A right in rem or a judgment in rem binds the world as opposed to rights and judgments inter partes which only bind those involved in their creation.

Opposition procedure before the European Patent Office

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The opposition procedure before the European Patent Office (EPO) is a post-grant, contentious, inter partes, administrative procedure intended to allow any European patent to be centrally opposed.

Interference proceeding

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An interference proceeding, also known as a priority contest, is an inter partes proceeding to determine the priority issues of multiple patent applications.

Ex parte

ex-partecommunicated independently
It can be distinguished from in rem, referring to a legal action whose jurisdiction is based on the control of property, or ex parte referring to a legal action that is by a single party.

Party (law)

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Lawsuits (or actions in executive agencies) where all interested parties have been served with adequate notices and are given a reasonable opportunity to attend and to be heard are referred to as inter partes proceedings or hearings.

Reexamination

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Inter partes reexaminations were initiated by members of the public, and said members of the public then participated in the proceedings.

Latin

Lawsuit

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Lawsuits (or actions in executive agencies) where all interested parties have been served with adequate notices and are given a reasonable opportunity to attend and to be heard are referred to as inter partes proceedings or hearings.

Court

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However, anyone who was not a party to those proceedings and who can demonstrate a legitimate interest in reopening the issue is entitled to petition the court for the right to be heard.

Contract

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Contracts can also be said to be inter partes and various laws can be relied upon to create and vest rights which exist on an inter partes basis only, i.e. they do not attach as an attribute to a person's status and so become in rem rights.

Status (law)

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Contracts can also be said to be inter partes and various laws can be relied upon to create and vest rights which exist on an inter partes basis only, i.e. they do not attach as an attribute to a person's status and so become in rem rights.

Lay judge

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Their decisions, called "pareceres", are submitted to the judge for homologation before it has any effects between the parties.

SAS Institute Inc. v. Iancu

SAS Institute Inc. v. Iancu, 584 U.S. ___ (2018), was a United States Supreme Court case in which the Court held the United States Patent and Trademark Office, when conducting an inter partes review, must make judgement on all patent claims contested by the petitioner.

Criminal damage in English law

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Blackstone clearly labelled these as "Private Wrongs" in his commentaries, emphasising that property rights were enforced inter partes, and that the State was not necessarily one of the involved parties.

Lis alibi pendens

Res judicata provides that once a case has been determined, it produces a judgment either inter partes or in rem depending on the subject matter of the dispute, i.e. although there can be an appeal on the merits, neither party can recommence proceedings on the same set of facts in another court.

Morrells of Oxford Ltd v Oxford United Football Club

Morrells of Oxford Ltd v Oxford United Football Club [2001] Ch 459 is an English land law case concerning covenants and their interpretation in a conveyance, particularly discerning and distinguishing those expressly or impliedly with no intention to bind successors — those of a personal nature, enforceable "inter partes", that is between the parties to the original deed.

Human Rights Review Tribunal

The Human Rights Review tribunal also holds special status within the array of tribunals in New Zealands domestic legal system, with a far more significant legal jurisdiction than other inter partes tribunals.

Leahy–Smith America Invents Act

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The Act retained existing ex parte reexamination; added preissuance submissions by third parties; expanded inter partes reexamination, which was renamed inter partes review; and added post-grant review.

R (British Sky Broadcasting Ltd) v Comr of Police of the Metropolis

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The Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police (the Commissioner) had made an inter partes application for a production order, to the circuit judge.

Law costs draftsman

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The unsuccessful litigant is usually ordered to pay the successful litigant’s costs (inter partes costs) and, if those costs cannot be agreed, a detailed bill of costs is prepared and served.

Special referee

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If the parties still cannot agree, they may initiate proceedings for arbitration or litigation but, on an inter partes basis, the facts are conclusively determined by the judgment of the special referee and only questions of law may be argued before the new forum.