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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 second general condition of admissibility of an appeal for annulment is circumscribed to the subject matter of the petition for special annulment, namely, they may be challenged in this way, for the reasons set out in article 503 para (2) New Civil Procedure Code (incompetence, material error, failure to investigate the grounds for disqualification or failure to adjudicate on one of the remedies declared) only the decisions of the appeal or recourse courts which, according to the law, cannot be appealed.
The majority of the appeals upheld for secondary schools were for academies and we are not involved in the process." In Warwick-Warwickshire, the parents of 250 children starting their first year of primary school appealed against the school they were allocated.
Because bankruptcies can take years, not many bankruptcies filed after the effective date have been appealed. The number of cases involving the direct appeal statute is therefore relatively small.
The Wiccans appealed the court's ruling that the statute was facially constitutional.
The last time he appealed, Anderson had to prove that his home didn't have a garage, and that he didn't rent out any portion of his home.
A jury entered a verdict in favor of the prisoner, the district court awarded attorney fees and the officer appealed. The appeals court reversed in part and ordered remittitur to reduce a punitive damages award.
The men then jointly appealed the Ontario Division's ruling to the Ontario Court of Appeal where Justice Weiler dismissed their appeal.
In the decade since the Anglican Journal first appealed to readers for financial support, our readers have responded with donations of more than $3 million.