The indispensable party is often a prudential standing requirement. That is, while the parties currently involved in litigation have an actual case or controversy, judges will not proceed without the indispensable party. This avoids potential double litigation and possibly inequitable outcomes.
In patent law, a patent owner must be a party to a patent infringement suit by an exclusive licensee because the patent owner's rights would be directly affected by a finding of invalidity or unenforceability of the patent claims.
Diets Deficient in Indispensable Amino Acids Rapidly Decrease the Concentration of the Limiting Amino Acid in the Anterior Piriform Cortex of Rats1
Sep 01, 2004; ABSTRACT Diets deficient in an indispensable amino acid have long been known to suppress food intake in rats. Detection of...