Important Definitions Used on this Web Site
- A "disinterested party" refers to any individual or "government entity" who does not have a reason for a dispute to be resolved in any particular manner.
A disinterested party has nothing to gain from how an argument is decided is valuable as a party to help resolve a dispute, such as an arbitrator or mediator.
A "government entity" refers to any Federal, state, local or non-U.S. government, or any court, legislature, government agency, or government commission, or any judicial or regulatory authority of any government.
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