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reargument

noun re·ar·gu·ment \ ˌrē-ˈär-gyə-mənt \

legal Definition of reargument

:new or repeated argument; especially :presentation of new or additional arguments to a court on a matter of law or fact which a petitioner claims was overlooked or misunderstood by the court
Note: Reargument requires the granting of a motion, which must be filed within a specified period after entry of the court's judgment.

reargue

\-ˈär-ˌgyü\ transitive verb

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