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What Is a Joinder? Definition, Uses and Importance.

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Joining multiple legal issues together to be heard in one trial is the process of “Joinder.” Joiners are utilized when two or more parties’ disputes overlap, making it easier for a court to hear all involved cases as well as avoid having them repeat their previous arguments before another judge.

The addition of a new party or claim to a lawsuit is known as “joinder.” There are two kinds of joinder recognized by the court. In order to move on with a lawsuit, parties or claims must be added through the process of necessary joinder. Parties or claims may be admitted to action under the doctrine of permissive joinder, but the court will allow the case to proceed even if they aren’t.

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