Affirmative Defense

Affirmative Defense:

An affirmative defense is one in which the defendant seeks to limit or deny liability due to a justification or an excuse. An affirmative defense can include failure to state a claim, lack of jurisdiction of the court, insufficient process, and failure to state a claim. The party making the affirmative defense usually has the burden of proof.

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