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Dear Friends, What is the difference between a complaint. Can any one explain with some example. Regds, Vikram Singh
8th May 2006 From India, Delhi

hope this solves ur problem

In general use, a complaint is an expression of displeasure, such as poor service at a store, or from a local government, for example.

In the common law, a complaint is a formal legal document that sets out the basic facts and legal reasons (see: cause of action) that the filing party (the plaintiffs) believes are sufficient to support a claim against another person, persons, entity or entities (the defendants) that entitles the plaintiff(s) to a remedy (either money damages or injunctive relief). See also petition and pleading.

In criminal cases, it is a criminal complaint (felony complaint) and the plaintiff is the State (also sometimes called the People) or Crown (in the Commonwealth of Nations) as the source of the prosecutor's authority emanates from the police power of the state with the defendant being the accused who faces criminal sanctions.

A grievance is a formal statement of complaint, generally against an authority figure.

A substantial section of the Declaration of Independence consists of an enumeration of the colonists' grievances against the "Present King of Great-Britain" (George III).

An important part of the American political tradition (guaranteed by the First Amendment) is the right of the people to petition the government for redress of grievances.

Labor unions typically include a committee known as the Grievance Committee or Griefcom which deals with complaints of members against management.



8th May 2006 From India, Mumbai
Could someone point out to me what would constitute a Grievance. I am currently preparing a mechanism for the same and need to define the purview or what constitutes a grievance.
Kindly help - Thnx, Althea
17th August 2007 From India, Mumbai
Hi sunayna,
good info.......basically even my interest area is in IR.......but frankly speaking i reallt tried to find out d difference but could not get it.......
if u have some more information like these types.......can u please e-mail me at ...
Please it will be my pleasure to get such valuable infirmation from you......
Thanx & Regards
17th August 2007 From India, Mumbai
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