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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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Following the hint, the appellants' counsel subsequently withdrew the action and the suit was dismissed without cost in the unanimous judgment delivered by Justice Odili.
The DAG argued that the comments had been filed in the case of Saad Aziz and the same may be treated in the cases of remaining appellants as well.
On appeal from his commitment as mentally ill, appellant argued that the District Court erred in (1) admitting hearsay evidence, (2) finding that appellant had made threats against government figures, and (3) concluding that appellant posed a substantial likelihood of physical harm to himself or others as shown by a recent attempt or threat to harm others.
Explaining the judgment, Zabariah said there was no basis for the appellant's request for Gopal Sri Ram's appointment letter to be produced, saying it was not required under Section 376 of the Criminal Procedure Code.
(b) the Appellants could not provide any documents/information to the Respondent as they did not have access to their office due to the suspension of their membership from LSE.
Subpart (3) uses the term "appellant," rather than property owner, in addressing the circuit court's appellate filing fee, while subpart (4) uses the term "property owner" when addressing the right to a jury trial "of any issue beyond the subject matter jurisdiction of the planning commission, such as, but not limited to, a determination of the amount of damages due for an unconstitutional taking," which only a property owner would seek.
Appellants appealed to the trial court and moved to dismiss the petitions filed by DCSE in March of 2015 on the grounds that the petitions filed by DHS on Jan.
And even if there was such an application, I doubt I would have exercised my discretion in the appellants favour if the reason given for the delay in filing the record of appeal is anything to go by, said the judge.
The apex court's bench observed that the prosecution had failed to establish the direct role of the appellants in the commission of the murder.
Horwitz and write an opinion granting the appellant a new trial?
He said that the appellant is a public (unlisted) limited company which was established under a joint venture agreement entered into by Pakistan and KSA in 1980.
Inspection of appellant under section 59A of the Insurance Ordinance, 2000 (the "Ordinance") was conducted by Insurance Division of the Commission from 6-4-2009 to 10-4-2009.