ad litem

Latin phrase
ad li·tem | \ˈad-ˈlī-ˌtem, ˈäd-ˈlē-ˌtem\

Definition of ad litem 

: for the lawsuit or action : appointed by the court to represent a client or estate in a particular legal action

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ad li·tem | \ˈad-ˈlī-təm, ˈäd-ˈlē-tem\

Legal Definition of ad litem 

: for the lawsuit or action trustee ad litem

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