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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 CAAF then turned to the substantive issue of whether the appellant's act of nodding his head qualified as an adoptive admission within the meaning of MRE 801(d)(2).
He added that the parents of the deceased had also forgiven the appellant and even otherwise they had not deposed against him during trial of the case.
Attorney Alfred Baikakedi representing the land board also raised concern over lack of commitment by Mr Kgosiemang echoing Counsel Seabueng' sentiments over the appellant's alleged delaying tactics.
Noting that appellant failed to establish a legal obligation for respondent to present his anticipated defense of a nonmarital interest in property, the Court of Appeals concluded that the District Court properly denied appellant's motion to reopen and vacate the judgment and decree based on fraud or misrepresentation.
She ruled that information released through a media statement and through media interviews by the attorney general in August and September last year did not amount to Gopal Sri Ram being involved in investigations as alleged by the appellants.
15-53-30 confers standing on appellant because appellant qualifies as "any person ...
Here, Appellant did not seek to utilize the medical hardship exception until over five years after his license had expired.
Appellant argues the trial court erred in admitting evidence of K.'s recent complaints of sexual abuse because K.
"Nor are the appellant's requests for FMLA and disability leave relevant to this inquiry.
Four of the tied applicants, not including the Appellant, received twenty points by filing a joint timeshare application.
What happens when a DCA issues a PCA and the Florida Supreme Court later decides the same issue in favor of the appellant? This is precisely the question in a case to watch currently pending before the First District Court of Appeal in Luster v.