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Appellant

The party to a lawsuit or administrative hearing who previously lost a judgment and is trying to overturn it. For example, if Joe sues Bob for $1 million and Joe wins, Bob may appeal to a higher court to reverse the ruling. In this case, Bob is the appellant.
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The appellant claimed that the departmental promotion committee had unlawfully and by being influenced by the working paper appointed Nasrullah as additional secretary on Aug 18, 2007.
The appellant also informed the Court of Appeal that Justice Tsoho was wrong to have held that a consent judgment is not a judgment on the merits and could be set aside through a motion on notice adding that a consent judgment is recognized under section 241(2)(c) of the of the constitution as a final judgment against which an appeal could only be lodged with leave.
In the meanwhile, various writ petitions against the appellants were under adjudication before the Lahore High Court Lahore.
For reason that we are not in agreement with the findings of the Insurance Tribunal both on merits, as well as, on the point of limitation, the present appeal is allowed and the application moved by the appellant before the Insurance Tribunal stand allowed.
The appellant also argued that the Arbitration Rules were unconstitutional because they had not been issued by the Bahraini parliament as the competent legislative authority, but were instead ratified by the King as head of the executive authority.
The full record of the Ministers decisions are appended hereto reflecting the Ministers decisions on appeals by existing right holder appellants in traditional line fishing Zones A, B and C and the Ministers decisions on appeals by new entrant appellants.
Allstate did not owe a duty to provide either a defense or indemnification to appellant in the Licking County litigation.
The result has been that the appellant files an appeal with the superior court, and at the same time files an appeal with the ZBA.
In 2005, after the appellant had given a firm assurance to the police that the family dispute was resolved, the certificate was returned.
The facts of the case are fairly complex, being concerned with the numerous dealings between the appellant and the respondent over a number of years, as well as a number of ancillary events and issues.
It has also devised a new format for filing an appeal to the Central Information Commission (CIC) under the transparency law besides making it mandatory for an appellant or his authorized representative to appear before the CIC either in person or through video-conferencing, according to the new rules notified on July 31.