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Definitions of AGGRIEVED PARTY
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Under statutes granting the right of appeal to the party aggrieved by an order or judgment, the party aggrieved is one whose pecuniary interest is directly Affected by the adjudication; one whose right of property may be established or divested thereby. Ruff v. Montgomery, 83 Miss. 185. 30 South. 07; McFarland v. Pierce, 151 Ind. 540. 45 X. E. 700; Lamar v. Lamar, 118 Ga. 084. 45 S. E. 498; Smith v. Bradstreet. 10 Pick. (Mass.) 204; Bryant v. Allen, 0 X. H. 110: Wiggin v. Swett, 6 Mete. (Mass.) 194. 39 Am. Dec. 710; Tillinghast v. Brown University, 24 R. I. 179, 52 Atl. 891; Lowery v. Lowery, 04 X. C. 110; Raleigh v. Rogers, 25 X. J. Eq. 500. Or one against whom error has been committed. Kinealy v. Macklin, 07 Mo. 95.
By Henry Campbell Black