Intervener definition

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What does Intervener mean?

A person who has exercised a right to intervene in existing proceedings in relation to a marriage or civil partnership (and is not a party to such marriage or civil partnership).

An application to the court has to be made and an order granted allowing a third party to intervene.

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Intervener is referenced 1 in Halsbury's Laws of England

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