Relator



noun
1.
a person who relates or tells; narrator.
2.
Law.

a private person on whose suggestion or complaint certain writs, as a quo warranto, are issued and whose position is analogous to that of a plaintiff.
a party in interest who is allowed to institute a proceeding in the name of a public official when the right to sue rests exclusively in that official.

noun
1.
a person who relates a story; narrator
2.
(English law) a person who gives information upon which the attorney general brings an action
3.
(US, law) a person who institutes proceedings by criminal information or quo warranto

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