adverse parties

Persons who stand in relation to another person as being on the opposite side in an action or proceeding or whose interests are adverse to such person. Within the meaning of the rule requiring a notice of appeal to be served upon all adverse parties, such parties include every party to the action or proceeding whose interest in the subject-matter of the appeal is adverse to, or will be affected by, the reversal or modification of the judgment, decree, or order from which the appeal is taken. Co-parties to an action who do not join in the appeal should, as a general rule, be served with notice of appeal where their interests are adverse to that of the appellant. 4 Am J2d A & E § 318.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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