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Appeal

A request to a higher court to review a previously completed criminal or civil case. In general, only one of the parties involved in the original case may appeal it.
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He asked leave to appeal to Geoffrey to confirm him.
The marriage which they deny I am now waiting to prove--not by assertion, on my side, but by appeal to competent witnesses.
If the water agencies had joined in the appeal, they would have been tacitly agreeing that there is not enough water for all those homes, according to Andy Fried, the president of Safe Action for the Environment Inc.
With respect to the due process argument, ICLTC argued that the rules limit the right to an administrative appeal to a small class of cases in which certain categories of sanctions--termination, denial of payment for new admissions, and civil monetary penalties--were meted out.
Wallace, authors of "Taxpayers Face Diversity in State Appeals Procedures" (see the Tax Practice department, page 39), developed a checklist of questions to be answered before attempting an appeal of a tax assessment in another state.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Southwest Casino Corporation (OTCBB:SWCC) announced that on March 28, 2006 the Minnesota Court of Appeals upheld the decision of the Minnesota Racing Commission to grant North Metro Harness Initiative, LLC licenses to develop a harness racetrack and card room in Columbus Township, Anoka County, Minnesota.
A CAP appeal differs from a CDP appeal in that the former is broader and can be used by third parties (i.
Even after two years, it is too soon to tell how the new direct appeal statute will play out.
2006-44, the Service formally established the Appeals Arbitration Program (AAP), under which the IRS and the taxpayer agree to have a third party make a decision about a factual issue that will be binding on both of them.
By focusing on the large properties, such as manufacturing plants, investment real estate and large leased assets, our senior tax negotiators are able to spend much more time researching and documenting appeal arguments that affect the majority of our customers' taxes," Wolff explains.
However, donations to the Anglican Journal Appeal continued to decrease, raising $460,119 compared to $490,976 in 2003 or a drop of seven per cent.