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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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The expanded right to appeal proposed collection actions also applies to the threatened termination of an installment agreement.
Consumers in new health plans in every state will have the right to appeal decisions, including claims denials and rescissions, made by their health plans.
Although Lorgat believed that Majola has the right to appeal against the judgement, he however, said that he will have to appeal to the same court first, adding that the sports body would not be concerned even if Majola decides to pursue the matter further.
They should also have the right to appeal over the terms of any order which was made, the Commission said.
An FA spokesman said: 'Under Football Association regulations, there is no right to appeal and the decision is final and binding
A Premier League statement said: "Mark Bosnich has the right to appeal against this decision to the Football League appeals committee within seven days.
And the Citizens' Advice Bureaux condemned the plans as a dishonest way for the Government to fulfil a pre-election promise to restore the right to appeal against a refusal, which was removed by the previous Government.
THE farmer who shot a teenage burglar dead has won the right to appeal against his murder conviction.
The majority paid lip service to this concern by observing that a facility may preserve its right to appeal simply by refusing to submit a POC upon being found out of compliance.
In addition, the taxpayer has the right to appeal any rejection of an offer in compromise to the IRS Office of Appeals.
The provisions include notification of the existence of a lien within five days of its being filed, the right to a hearing within 30 days (before an appeals officer with no prior involvement with the matter), the right to appeal the hearing determination to the Tax Court, and prohibitions on harassment and abuse (by subjecting the IRS to certain provisions of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act).
Owners have the right to appeal their real estate and personal property tax assessments.