The ability of a third party to file a lawsuit or assert a defense for a particular matter, despite the general rule that one may not claim standing in a court to vindicate the constitutional rights of a third party.
May be established on behalf of group members on a showing that: (1) the members have standing (suffered a direct injury); (2) the interests the group seeks to protect are relevant to the group's purpose; and (3) the members of the group need not participate in the claim nor accept relief.
Also known as Third Party Standing.
See also . . .