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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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To be appealable, claim-specific partial judgments must meet a rigid, interdependence test.
Determining finality of an order dismissing a complaint can become complicated when the order grants leave to amend, which is not a final appealable order.
To be sure, "[t]he thrust of [R]ule 9.130 is to restrict the number of appealable nonfinal orders." (43) After Jaye, however, there would seem to be few if any other more important rights worthy of protection via Rule 9.130 than the right to trial by jury in a civil case.
The court in Delgado followed the First District in holding that the trial court's order granting extensions of time to a claimant to file an independent claim and to the personal representative and a beneficiary to object to the claim constituted final appealable orders.
Rather, in Justice Curran's reading of the CPLR, an appealable order requires a motion, on notice, such that a sufficient record is created for appellate review.
Likewise, the order was not an appealable interlocutory order.
'As such, the regulator shall be facing innumerable challenges in effectuating the reforms introduced' because all functions are now subject and subservient to both the policy and plan, and are directly appealable before the appellate tribunal.
(61) No matter what a lower court paper is denominated, it will be deemed a final paper, appropriately appealable, where it "disposes of all of the causes of action between the parties in the action or proceeding and leaves nothing for further judicial action apart from mere ministerial matters." (62)
"Yes it is appealable to the DOJ or the President," Guevarra said in a text message.
Raleigh lawyer Jonathan McGirt waited nearly five years for an appellate court to clarify whether interlocutory orders for attorneys' fees in family law cases were immediately appealable under the substantial right exception.
There are no sweeter words to fall upon the ears of a wronged civil defendant than "immediately appealable." One important classification of immediately appealable orders are those denying entitlement to workers' compensation immunity.
1407 is immediately appealable upon an order disposing of that case, regardless of whether any of the others remain pending.