Rebutter – within the Common-Law civil process, this term usually refers to the third part of leadings. There the rebutter represents an objection made by a defendant to the surrejoinder of opposite party. It rebuts previous refusals made by the defendant. Alternatively, this term could refer to the figure of the person, making the objection to the court. Usually against a statement of the other party.

See also “Objection”

Rebutter / Legal Glossary

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