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n. Law
One against whom an appeal is taken.

[French appelé, from Old French apele, from past participle of apeler, to appeal; see appeal.]


(Law) law a person who is accused or appealed against
[C16: from Old French apele summoned; see appeal]


(ˌæp əˈli)

the defendant in an appellate proceeding.
[1525–35; < Anglo-French, Old French]


n (Jur) → Revisionsbeklagte(r) mf, → Revisionsgegner(in) m(f)
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It further instructs that any money placed in the escrow by order of the lower court is also ordered released to the appellee or the Church.
4th DCA 2014) (per curiam) ("Because appellee failed to rebut appellants' affirmative defense of lack of standing, we reverse.
119) Nonetheless, the Tenth Circuit "make[s] an exception when the new issue argued in the reply brief is offered in response to an argument raised in the appellee's brief," (120) especially if the appellee has posited an alternative ground for affirmance.
For example, many jurisdictions allow counsel for appellant and appellee to submit a joint appendix to the appellate court.
Your Appellant Pro Se and asks the court to examine the Jacksonville file and Appellees Motion To Dismiss at that court and her reply brief and you will not find where I ever asked or demanded Sheriff Hunter to arrest anyone.
Though no one had appeared for the deceased mortgagors or any other appellee, the appellate court granted Chicago Volunteer Legal Services leave to file an amicus brief, arguing in favor of upholding the trial court's decisions.
the appellee (Norfolk & Western Railway Company, the employer) could have reasonably foreseen that its exhausted employee, who had been required to work 27 hours without rest, would pose a risk of harm to other motorists .
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Michael Newdow was the pro se appellee (not defendant) when his case was heard at the federal appeals level, and Justice Jackson wrote the opinion in the 1943 Barnette case for a 6-to-3 majority, not 8-to-1.
Brief of Appellee, The Society of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, in Pierce v.