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The plain­tiff is known as the ora­tor in his Bill of Com­plaint and as the com­plainant in the de­fen­dant’s An­swer. The de­fen­dant is not re­ferred to as such un­til the very end of the Bill of Com­plaint. In de­po­si­tions, they are known as the com­plainant and de­fen­dant.

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