Repleader Law and Legal Definition
Repleader is a second pleading or a right to plead again. It is usually made whether there is an error in the form or manner of pleading that affects an issue not in dispute in a matter. A repleader may be requested by a court when the pleadings are vague and oberbroad. Upon submission of the new pleading, the matter is tried again from the beginning. The repleader must not prejudice the opposing party.