Prevail definition

Prevail means to obtain favorable final judgment, the right to all appeals having been exhausted, on the merits, on substantially all counts or charges in the action and with respect to the most significant issue or set of issues presented, but does not include the settlement of any action, either by stipulation, consent decree or otherwise, whether or not settlement occurs before or after any hearing or trial.
Prevail means 'win,'" Olaf said, "but in my case that's the same thing as killing those Baudelaires. Exactly when does the crystal ball say I will prevail, Lulu?"
Prevail shall have the meaning specified in Section 1.5(b) of this Agreement.

Examples of Prevail in a sentence

Some Security Interests Perfected by Possession or Control Prevail over Security Interests in Chattel Paper and Instruments Perfected Earlier by Filing .

In 2018 alone, Prevail helped more than 4,000 clients in Hamilton County.

In case of Bid Submission, Online Submission Shall Prevail Over Offline Submission.

But when I was introduced to Prevail of Central Indiana, I was shocked by the number of individuals who are affected by domestic violence.

Incase of any doubts as regards content of the Bid document Bidding Guidenlicences the content Mentioned in NIT will Prevail.


More Definitions of Prevail

Prevail means that the Zonda Arbitration Award has been issued and is final and Unappealable and is in favor of the Zonda Plan Debtors.
Prevail means recovery of fees and benefit amounts (excluding any amounts received under this Section 9(B) exceeding the amount of legal fees incurred by You through the date of recovery.
Prevail as used in this Section, means that the filing of the action contributed signifi- cantly to
Prevail as used in this Section 17.14 means the Contractor recovers a judgment against Owner for at least eighty percent (80%) of all relief sought by Contractor in Claims against Owner in the Written Notice(s) as provided in Section 16.1.1 above, and the judgment is greater than any relief offered to Contractor by Owner in any written settlement offer.
Prevail as used in this Section 17.14 means the Contractor recovers a judgment against Owner for at least eighty percent (80%) of all relief sought by Contractor in
Prevail means that Obligors obtain a final, non-appealable lender liability judgment against NBD in at least 51% of the amount of the Obligations on the date that the judgment becomes final and non-appealable (calculated without regard to payments made to NBD after the litigation commences). Each Obligor agrees to indemnify NBD for any and all Claims that may be imposed on, incurred by or asserted against NBD in connection with this Agreement (or any documents or agreements referred to or incorporated herein, including the Loan Documents) or the transactions contemplated hereby or thereby or the business relationship between NBD, on the one hand, and any one or more of the Obligors or the Guarantors, on the other hand, except to the extent arising solely from NBD's willful misconduct or bad faith.