intervenor

[in-ter-vee-ner]
noun
a person who intervenes, especially in a lawsuit.
Also, intervener.


Origin:
1615–25; intervene + -or2

nonintervener, noun
nonintervenor, noun
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intervene (ˌɪntəˈviːn)
 
vb (foll by in or between)
1.  (often foll by in) to take a decisive or intrusive role (in) in order to modify or determine events or their outcome
2.  to come or be (among or between)
3.  (of a period of time) to occur between events or points in time
4.  (of an event) to disturb or hinder a course of action
5.  economics to take action to affect the market forces of an economy, esp to maintain the stability of a currency
6.  law to interpose and become a party to a legal action between others, esp in order to protect one's interests
 
[C16: from Latin intervenīre to come between, from inter- + venīre to come]
 
inter'vener
 
n
 
inter'venor
 
n

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Secondly, you may file to become an intervenor and a party to the proceeding.
Intervenor has substantially expanded the fruit processing business and its facilities since it acquired the subject property.
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