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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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According to the Court of Appeal, Metuh and his company failed to first obtain the leave of either the trial court or the appellate court before filing a notice of appeal as required by the constitution when filing an appeal against an interlocutory decision on the grounds of mixed law and facts.
Instead of abolishing district court review, BAPCPA, which was passed in 2005, added direct review of bankruptcy court orders by the courts of appeals, allowing a bankruptcy court (or a district court handling a bankruptcy appeal) to certify an appeal directly to the court of appeals.
The AAP may be used to resolve issues while a case is in Appeals, after settlement discussions are unsuccessful and when all other issues are resolved but for the specific factual issue for which arbitration is being requested.
Seeking to capitalize on substantial growth opportunities in its value appeals business, Burr Wolff, a nationwide, full-service provider of state and local tax reduction services, announced that two units have been formed under the direction of a pair of senior executives.
A member of the Washington Park Court Property Owners and Neighborhood Club, Anderson questioned why he should have to gather evidence to appeal his assessments every year.
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.
Still, you should consider an appeal if the law is on your side and the stakes are sufficiently high to merit the resources and effort.
On March 9, the board voted to remove itself as the final arbiter in all grade-change disputes, although the Education Code gives parents the right to appeal record changes.
When Forest Service officials accept an appeal, they generally send the entire project back to the planners.
But when Congress enacted legislation in 1988 to authorize judicial review of Board of Veterans' Appeals (BVA) decisions, veterans believed they would finally "have their day in court.
Appeal of district court dismissal of action under Federal Tort Claims Act alleging violation of bank supervision requirements.
If an M+CO makes a determination that is unfavorable in whole or in part, regarding a request for services or payment of a claim, the beneficiary may request an appeal from the M+CO.