An action may be made if there are sufficient circumstances to satisfy the requirements of a cause of action. For example, a battery crime claim is punishable if someone intentionally contacted you without your consent and you suffered damage as a result of that contact. In addition, a claim for which the limitation period has expired is not enforceable, even if it would otherwise be enforceable. A claim must be enforceable in order for you to prevail in court. If the court finds that your claim listed in the pleadings is not enforceable, it will generally be rejected by means of an FRCP 12(b)(6) application. adj. if there are sufficient facts or circumstances to satisfy the legal requirements to file a legitimate claim. If the facts necessary to prove a case cannot be asserted in the complaint, the case is not „prosecutable” and the client and his lawyer should not prosecute. The question of whether many cases are actionable is, of course, a matter of judgment and interpretation of the facts and/or the law, which leads to many lawsuits that clog up the courts.
By the way, if a case is filed that is clearly not suable, it may result in a lawsuit against the plaintiff of the original malicious lawsuit by the defendant after he/she wins the original case. An act, event or event is considered punishable if there are legal grounds for basing an action on it. For example, an attack is a criminal offence. the indication of sufficient legal grounds to bring an action; which gives rise to a means.