Examples of claimant in a Sentence
They are claimants to the dead man's estate.
Claimants will need to fill out the appropriate paperwork.
a dispute between two claimants to the throne
Recent Examples of claimant from the Web
The claimants, two Uber drivers, have been assisted by local labor union: The Independent Workers Union of Great Britain.
In fact, the closest practical analogies to a future Mars station in current jurisdictional terms would be the Antarctic stations maintained by Antarctic claimant states.
In Pennsylvania the average claimant knocks off more than $11,000 in taxable income — with higher amounts in the four counties surrounding Philadelphia.
Scottish councils offer more generous support while claimants await their first payment.
The state commission also is required to inform potential claimants of their right to pursue cases with the federal agency directly.
From 2008 to 2012, 350 million claimants won 419 settlements that averaged $540 million a year.
Indeed, lawsuits have already been filed against Trump’s new (September 24) guidance, and the claimants were certain to argue that the lower court rulings had the effect of binding precedent.
Many of the claimants have yet to receive their portions of the $1.3 billion settlement, and others have died waiting for the cases to be resolved.
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