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Rejoinder

The answer made by a defendant in the second stage of COMMON-LAW PLEADING that rebuts or denies the assertions made in the plaintiff's replication.

The rejoinder allows a defendant to present a more responsive and specific statement challenging the allegations made against him or her by the plaintiff.

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