appellant


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appellant

a person who appeals a court decision
Not to be confused with:
appellate – the power to review and decide appeals, as a court
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ap·pel·lant

 (ə-pĕl′ənt)
n.
One who appeals a court decision.

[Middle English, one who makes a charge in court, plaintiff, from Old French apelant, from present participle of apeler, to appeal; see appeal.]
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appellant

(əˈpɛlənt)
n
1. a person who appeals
2. (Law) law the party who appeals to a higher court from the decision of a lower tribunal
adj
(Law) law another word for appellate
[C14: from Old French; see appeal]
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ap•pel•lant

(əˈpɛl ənt)

n.
1. a person who appeals, as to a higher tribunal.
adj.
2. of or characteristic of an appeal; appellate.
[1400–50; late Middle English appellaunt < Anglo-French; Old French apelant, present participle of apeler; see appeal]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.appellant - the party who appeals a decision of a lower courtappellant - the party who appeals a decision of a lower court
litigant, litigator - (law) a party to a lawsuit; someone involved in litigation; "plaintiffs and defendants are both litigants"
Adj.1.appellant - of or relating to or taking account of appeals (usually legal appeals)appellant - of or relating to or taking account of appeals (usually legal appeals); "appellate court"
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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appellant

noun
One that asks a higher authority for something, as a favor or redress:
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Translations
apelant

appellant

[əˈpelənt] Napelante mf
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appellant

[əˈpɛlənt] nappelant(e) m/fappellate court [əˈpɛlɪtˈkɔːrt] n (US)cour f d'appel
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appellant

n (Jur) → Berufungskläger(in) m(f)
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References in classic literature ?
* Essoine signifies excuse, and here relates to the appellant's
And the gage having been delivered to the noble Lord and Knight, Brian de Bois-Guilbert, of the Holy Order of the Temple of Zion, he was appointed to do this battle, in behalf of his Order and himself, as injured and impaired by the practices of the appellant. Wherefore the most reverend Father and puissant Lord, Lucas Marquis of Beaumanoir, did allow of the said challenge, and of the said essoine of the appellant's body, and assigned the third day for the said combat, the place being the enclosure called the lists of Saint George, near to the Preceptory of Templestowe.
The dread day, then, having arrived, and the duke having ordered a spacious stand to be erected facing the court of the castle for the judges of the field and the appellant duennas, mother and daughter, vast crowds flocked from all the villages and hamlets of the neighbourhood to see the novel spectacle of the battle; nobody, dead or alive, in those parts having ever seen or heard of such a one.
An appellate court which reverses the judgment of a popular author's contemporaries, the appellant being his obscure competitor.
Such appellants, unsupported by money, interest, or power, seldom make out a very strong case for reparation of any sort, in this righteous world of ours, and had it not been for the goodness of the dauphine it is probable that the vicomtesse and her grand-daughter would have been reduced to downright beggary.
The government's case consisted of testimony from the alleged victim and a police investigator, Special Agent (SA) Van Arsdale, who had interrogated the appellant. (29) Special Agent Van Arsdale testified that Datz had nodded affirmatively in response to the agent's statement that Datz knew he did not have consent to engage in sexual intercourse with the victim.
While parents of the appellant, who were legal heirs of the deceased girl, had also compromised with their son and had forgiven him, the bench did not accept that compromise observing that under section 211 of Pakistan Penal Code an accused could not be acquitted in honor-related offences on basis of compromise.
Then it is categorically clear that a prima facie case was not made out in support of the requisition for surrendering of the appellant No.
The appellant was also ordered to pay the first and second respondents, Kweneng District Council and the land board, P1 000 each before the next hearing, scheduled for August 6,7 and 19.
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.
'The appeal, in our view, has no merits and we, therefore, dismiss the appeal by the appellant; the decision of the learned High Court judge is therefore upheld,' Zabariah said.
Further, as per available record, the Company failed to honour the award of the panel of arbitrators of LSE announced on 1-9-2009 and upheld by the Appellant Bench of LSE vide award dated 11-5-2011.