Meaning appeal
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1) v. to ask a higher court to reverse the decision of a trial co...
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A request made after a trial by a party that has lost on one or more issues that a higher court review the decision to determine if it was correct. To make such a request is "to appeal" or & [..]
Source: uscourts.gov

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A request for your health insurance company or the Health Insurance Marketplace to review a decision that denies a benefit or payment. If you don’t agree with a decision made by the Marketplace, you [..]
Source: healthcare.gov

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An appeal is the action you can take if you disagree with a coverage or payment decision made by Medicare, your Medicare health plan, or your Medicare Prescription Drug Plan. You can appeal if Medicar [..]
Source: medicare.gov

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be attractive to To get traditional women’s accessories to appeal to men, some designers are giving them manly names and styles. — New York Times (Feb 19, 2012)
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When the chair rules on a point of order, any senator may appeal the ruling, in which case the full Senate makes a final decision on the point of order by voting whether to sustain or reverse the ruli [..]
Source: senate.gov

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An application to a higher court to review a decision of a lower court or tribunal. For example, an appeal from a decision of the Federal Circuit Court  of Australia may be made to the Federal Court, and a decision of a single judge of the Federal Court may be the subject of an appeal to the Full Court of the Federal Court.
Source: fedcourt.gov.au

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You will receive a letter of explanation whenever Social Security makes a decision regarding your eligibility for Social Security or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. If you disagree with t [..]
Source: ssa.gov

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A member's challenge of a ruling or decision made by the presiding officer of the chamber. In the Senate, the senator appeals to members of the chamber to override the decision. If carried by a m [..]
Source: thecapitol.net

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A request for your health insurer or plan to review a decision or a grievance again.
Source: connectforhealthco.com

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A formal request that an insurer review denied or unpaid claims for services or supplies provided. An appeal can be filed by a healthcare provider or a patient in an attempt to recover reimbursement from a third-party payer such as a private insurance company.
Source: ada.org

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The submission of a decision to a higher court for its review and possible reversal. An example is a plea to an appellate court for review of an order issued by a trial court.
Source: irmi.com

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c. 1300, in the legal sense, from Old French apel (Modern French appel), back-formation from apeler (see appeal (v.)). Meaning "call to an authority" is from 1620s; that of "attractive [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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early 14c., originally in legal sense of "to call" to a higher judge or court, from Anglo-French apeler "to call upon, accuse," Old French apeler "make an appeal" (11c., [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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noun request for help noun power to attract, interest verb request verb attract, interest
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a proceeding to have a case examined by an appropriate higher court to see if a lower court's decision was made correctly according to law
Source: nycourts.gov

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Appeal [N] [S]a reference of any case from an inferior to a superior court. Moses established in the wilderness a series of judicatories such that appeals could be made from a lower to a higher ( Exod [..]
Source: biblestudytools.com

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review of a legal decision by a higher court.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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popularity or attractiveness.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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request for assistance, support, or aid.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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The process whereby a planning applicant can challenge an adverse decision, including a refusal of permission. Appeals can also be made against the failure of the planning authority to issue a decision within a given time, against conditions attached to permission, against the issue of an enforcement notice and against refusals of listed building a [..]
Source: planningportal.co.uk

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A request by a student for a decision or determination made by the University to be overturned. Students who wish to appeal against a determination of an unsuccessful application for a Review of Grade [..]
Source: cqu.edu.au

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A written petition to a higher court to modify or reverse a decision of a lower court (either a trial court or intermediate level appellate court). An appeal begins when the loser at trial (called the [..]
Source: nolo.com

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take a court case to a higher court for review; "He was found guilty but appealed immediately" entreaty: earnest or urgent request; "an entreaty to stop the figh [..]
Source: google-dictionary.so8848.com

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to ask for help
Source: eenglish.in

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A process used to request VA reconsider a decision.
Source: va.gov

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 accusation.
Source: shakespeare-online.com

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 to accuse.
Source: shakespeare-online.com

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a reference of any case from an inferior to a superior court. Moses established in the wilderness a series of judicatories such that appeals could be made from a lower to a higher (Ex. 18:13-26.)Under [..]
Source: biblegateway.com

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The principle, of appeal was recognized by the Mosaic law in the establishment of a central court under the presidency of the judge or ruler for the time being, before which all cased too difficult fo [..]
Source: biblegateway.com

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a deliberate effort to arouse a sympathetic response from an individual or group, particularly from consumers, in the field of advertising. Appeals may be based on psychological studies of consumer de [..]
Source: psychologydictionary.org

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A parliamentary procedure for testing (and possibly changing) the decision of a presiding officer.
Source: ncsl.org

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[Old French apel, from apeler to call, accuse, appeal, from Latin appellare] : a proceeding in which a case is brought before a higher court for review of a lower court's judgment for the purpose [..]
Source: dictionary.findlaw.com

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see BPAI for info on patent appeals p
Source: uspto.gov

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An applicant who wants to contest a final refusal from an examining attorney may file an appeal to the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. An appeal is taken by filing a Notice of Appeal and paying the appeal fee within six months of the mailing date of the action from which the appeal is taken. 15 U.S.C. Section 1070; 37 C.F.R. Section 2.142(a). -- [..]
Source: uspto.gov

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A parliamentary procedure for challenging the decision of a presiding officer.
Source: leginfo.ca.gov

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A formal request to have a financial aid administrator review your aid eligibility and possibly use Professional Judgment to adjust the figures. For example, if you believe the financial information o [..]
Source: finaid.org

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To request the review of an IRS decision or adjustment.
Source: efile.com

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  Plea to a higher court for a change in a judgement.
Source: quick-facts.co.uk

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  Application to a higher Court for a review of a decided case.
Source: qirc.qld.gov.au

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An appeal is a written communication from a Program Director/Principal Investigator (PD/PI) and/or applicant institution that meets the following four criteria: 1) is received after issuance of the su [..]
Source: grants.nih.gov

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  a course of legal proceedings to resolve disputes available to consumers carried out in accordance with established rules and principles.  [IHDI]
Source: vabir.org

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Appeal under health care refers to a special kind of complaint made by a policy or plan holder on disagreement with certain kinds of decisions made by original medicare or by an individual’s health [..]
Source: definitions.uslegal.com

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(n) earnest or urgent request(n) attractiveness that interests or pleases or stimulates(n) (law) a legal proceeding in which the appellant resorts to a higher court for the purpose of obtaining a r [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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an appeal is made by students when an exceptional situation exists that requires special consideration. Each institution has a policy that outlines the appeal process.
Source: educationplannerbc.ca

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A review process by which a student seeks to have a prior decision reconsidered by the university.
Source: qut.edu.au

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Requesting a review of a decision made by an official of AU. Students may appeal decisions on transfer credit, marks, tests, assignments, final grades, questions of process, disciplinary action, etc. [..]
Source: calendar.athabascau.ca

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Definition Asking us to settle a dispute about a penalty charge notice (PCN). You may appeal only after the council or Highways Agency that issued the penalty has rejected your formal representations.
Source: trafficpenaltytribunal.gov.uk

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Request to have a decision made by a lower court reviewed by a higher court.
Source: pacourts.us

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An action taken by a Medicare beneficiary in case of disagreement with a coverage or payment decision made by Medicare or a Medicare plan. Appeals can be submitted if Medicare or a Medicare plan denie [..]
Source: ehealthmedicare.com

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A financial aid appeal is a request for more financial aid, usually because of special circumstances that affect the family’s ability to pay for college expenses.
Source: edvisors.com

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An application to a higher court for review of an order of conviction or of a civil judgment against a party.
Source: jec.unm.edu

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An action that a team takes on its drivers' behalf if it feels that they have been unfairly penalised by the race officials.
Source: formula1.com

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A request made to a higher court to review a decision or ruling by a lower court. An appeal is limited to addressing errors of law only. An appeal is not a retrial, and you will not be permitted to in [..]
Source: lacourt.org

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The process of referring a dispute concerning a Penalty Charge Notice to an independent Adjudicator at the Traffic Penalty Tribunal.
Source: worcester.gov.uk

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The legal process of challenging a decision by a local authority to reject a motorist’s formal representation against the issue of the Penalty Charge.
Source: londontribunals.gov.uk

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Taking a case which has been decided in a court of inferior jurisdiction to one of superior jurisdiction, for the purpose of obtaining a review.
Source: courts.state.va.us

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The review of a case in a court of higher jurisdiction.
Source: courts.state.md.us

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A person has the right to request the higher court or other system to review a decision made by a tribunal council or lower court. During the appeal the court can uphold or overturn the original decis [..]
Source: pinningtonlaw.co.uk

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Ask a higher court to review a previous court's decision. Arbitration
Source: law99.com

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A legal proceeding by which a case is brought from a lower court to a higher court. Applicant
Source: albertacourts.ca

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The formal request by a claimant or employer to have a determination they disagree with reviewed by the next higher level authority.
Source: nhes.nh.gov

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A procedure by which an applicant challenges a decision by the Social Security Administration. The appeals process has four main steps: (1) reconsideration, (2) administrative law judge, (3) Appeals C [..]
Source: aarp.org

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if you are denied benefits, you have 60 days to file a Request for Hearing or Request for Reconsideration, both of which are types of appeal.
Source: bergerandgreen.com

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A written and/or oral dispute over a parking citation.
Source: transport.tamu.edu

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v. apelar; n. apelación; (cohort default rate) (trámite/solicitud de) reconsideración
Source: trelliscompany.org

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A request by the losing party in a lawsuit for higher court review of a lower court decision.
Source: americanbar.org

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An appeal is a means of asking if a decision that is considered unfair can be re-considered. Parents may appeal either to the local Board, to the DARS or to the SENDIST.
Source: education-support.org.uk

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(WCB) - A legal action taken by one of the parties in the Appellate Division, Third Department, to reverse or amend a decision or direction made by a Board Panel or the Chair of the Workers' Comp [..]
Source: wcb.ny.gov

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This is a review or reconsideration of a student loan assessment. To ask for a review, you must submit a written request to your provincial or territorial student financial assistance office outlining the details and reasons for the appeal.
Source: esdc.gc.ca

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An appeal is an application for judicial review of a lower court's decision by a higher court. Either Crown counsel or defence counsel can appeal a decision, but there are specific legal requirem [..]
Source: justiceeducation.ca

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A written request for a change in a decision; also, to make such a request.
Source: stamfordpublicschools.org

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A request to a subcommittee of the AKC's Board of Directors to either nullify or reduce the length of a suspension.
Source: akc.org

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A legal process that is used to review a decision. Appeals are made to the Immigration and Protection Tribunal, which is part of the Ministry of Justice. The result of an appeal can be for the decisio [..]
Source: immigration.govt.nz

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CAEP’s process of reconsideration of denial or revocation of accreditation upon request by an educator preparation provider (EPP).
Source: caepnet.org

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A party to a proceeding may, subject to the rules governing the particular court, appeal a decision of the court to a higher court for further consideration. The limits on what cases may be appealed, the time in which they must be appealed and the scope of the appeal varies in each jurisdiction.
Source: vicbar.com.au

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A formal complaint made where a member is not satisfied with a decision made by UnitedHealthcare Community Plan.
Source: uhccommunityplan.com

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A request for your health insurer or plan to review a decision or a grievance.
Source: mayoclinic.org

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The act by which a person who is aggrieved by a tax decision seeks redress before a competent authority.
Source: sars.gov.za

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A proceeding whereby one party seeks to have a judicial decision reconsidered by a higher court. Both court and agency decisions can be appealed. The higher court has the power to reverse the original [..]
Source: broussard-david.com

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Transfer petition to a higher court for review of evidence and law to determine if any errors were made by the lower court.
Source: lattianderson.com

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A request for reconsideration of a health claim, usually from a denial.
Source: insurance.wa.gov

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Appeal occurs when a patient or a provider tries to convince an insurance company to pay for healthcare after it has decided not to cover costs for someone on a claim. Medical billing specialists deal [..]
Source: medicalbillingandcodingonline.com

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A request to an insurance payer to review and reconsider an adverse decision.
Source: ethicareadvisors.com

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A special kind of complaint you make if you disagree with certain kinds of decisions made by Original Medicare or by your health plan. You can appeal if you request a health care service, supply or prescription that you think you should be able to get from your health plan, or you request payment for health care you already received, and Medicare o [..]
Source: advantages.aarp.org

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a request to a dental plan to review a decision that denied or limited the treatment or proposed treatment to the beneficiary of the plan; usually made by the attending dentist on behalf of the plan b [..]
Source: dentalinsurance.com

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A request for your health insurer or plan to review a decision or a grievance again.
Source: bcbst.com

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A request for your health insurer or plan to review a decision or a grievance again (usually in regards to whether or not a service is covered).
Source: covermt.org

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When an insurance plan does not pay for treatment, an appeal (either by the provider or patient) is the process of objecting this decision. The insurer may require documentation when processing an app [..]
Source: all-things-medical-billing.com

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A process by which you, your doctor, or your hospital can object to your health plan when you disagree with the health plan’s decision to not pay for your care.
Source: guthrie.org

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A request to a subcommittee of the AKC's Board of Directors to either nullify or reduce the length of a suspension.
Source: cats-and-dogs-on-the-web.com

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You can request the reversal of a decision if you were denied a request for coverage of healthcare services or items, payment for healthcare services or items or a change in the amount you paid for a healthcare service, supply or item received. You can also appeal if you disagree with a decision to stop coverage for services or items you are receiv [..]
Source: humana.com

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A request for your health insurer or plan to review a decision to deny payment for health care services that they have initially determined to be not medically necessary, experimental, or, in certain cases, out-of-network.
Source: nyc.gov

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The right of a party who has received an adverse decision to take the case to a higher court for review.
Source: calstate.edu

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A request made after a trial, asking a higher, or supervisory court to decide whether the trial was conducted properly. To make such a request is "to appeal" or "to take an [..]
Source: courts.countyofdane.com

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A request to a higher (appellate) court for that court to review and change the decision of a lower court.
Source: ramoscriminallawyer.com

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A request made after a trial by a party that has lost on one or more issues that a higher court review the decision to determine if it was correct. To make such a request is "to appeal" or & [..]
Source: oregonlaws.org

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to accuse; accusation
Source: shakespearehigh.com

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Challenge to conviction and/or sentence. The prosecution can only appeal against an unduly lenient sentence.
Source: crownoffice.gov.uk

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The bringing of a case to a higher court for review of a lower court's order or judgment
Source: utcourts.gov

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A defendant who has been found guilty of a crime may “appeal” his or her case, requesting that a higher court hear it. The appeals process may take a case from a local district court, to the Supre [..]
Source: lawyershop.com

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A request made after a trial, asking another court (usually the court of appeals) to decide whether the trial was conducted properly. To make such a request is "to appeal" or "to take an appeal." Both the plaintiff and the defendant can appeal, and the party doing so is called the appellant. Appeals can be made for a variety of [..]
Source: justice.gov

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When someone that loses at least part of a case asks a higher court (called an "appellate court") to review the decision and say if it was right. This is called "to appeal" or &quo [..]
Source: courts.ca.gov

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  A request for a higher level review of a decision in which the involved person disagrees.
Source: criminalbackgroundrecords.com

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A proceeding brought to a higher court to review a lower court decision.
Source: polkcountyclerk.net

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A request for review by a higher court of proceedings in a lower court.
Source: reulandlaw.com

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a request to a higher court to review the decision of a lower court. After a drug crime conviction, it may be possible to appeal the verdict or sentence. Contact Grabel & Associates for aggressive [..]
Source: grabellaw.com

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a request that an appellate court review a decision of a lower court.
Source: michellehenry.fr

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Application to a higher court or authority for review of a decision made by a lower court or authority. This can be a review regarding the severity of sentence or conviction as a whole.
Source: derbyshire.police.uk

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An appeal is a re-hearing of a case by a higher court than the court which first heard the case. A re-hearing means re-consideration by the appellate court of the evidence led and the legal issues considered by the court below.
Source: scotland-judiciary.org.uk

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A review, initiated by one of the parties
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A disappointed or defeated party’s request to a higher court to reverse a lower court’s ruling. The appealing party must generally prove that the lower court committed a significant legal, factual [..]
Source: jlc.org

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a procedure that allows a party to challenge a decision made by a court
Source: victimsupport.act.gov.au

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To take a case to a higher court (or other relevant decision making body) in order to challenge a decision. The person or organisation who appeals is the appellant.
Source: lawhandbook.sa.gov.au

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The act of seeking a higher court’s review of a lower court’s decision.
Source: mncourts.gov

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a registered challenge to the court on an acquittal, conviction or sentence. An offender can appeal against a conviction or sentence whilst the DPP can appeal on the grounds of an acquittal or sentenc [..]
Source: victimsofcrime.wa.gov.au

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 A petition to a higher court for a reversal or modification of the judgment of a lower court.
Source: pcv.pccd.pa.gov

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A request to a higher (appellate) court for that court to review and change the decision of a lower court.
Source: criminaldefenseonlymd.com

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a procedure that allows a party to challenge the decision made by a court, tribunal or government department
Source: legalaid.vic.gov.au

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When a criminal defendant is found guilty, he may file a request that a higher court review the verdict.
Source: breakdown.myajc.com

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A request by either the defense counsel or prosecutor in a case to have a higher court resolve a dispute with a judge’s decision.
Source: victimlaw.org

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In criminal justice, a person convicted of an offence can apply to a higher court to have their conviction overturned or their sentence reduced.  Appeals against conviction or sentence in magistrates [..]
Source: sentencingcouncil.org.uk

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an application to a higher court to review the decision of a lower court on the ground that it was in some way flawed; a rehearing, as the result of such an application.
Source: courts.sa.gov.au

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A request by the losing party in a lawsuit that the judgment be reviewed by a higher court.
Source: 1888drugcrimes.com

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An appeal is a legal process where a party dissatisfied with the result of a case seeks to have it re-examined by a different court.
Source: lawgovpol.com

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A request that another, higher court review the decision of a lower court. A defendant has a right to appeal his/her conviction, but the prosecution cannot appeal an acquittal.
Source: knoxcounty.org

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examination by a higher court of the decision of a lower court or tribunal. The higher court may affirm, vary or reverse the original decision.
Source: courts.ns.ca

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The review of a case in a court of higher jurisdiction.
Source: mdcourts.gov

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A claim by a party to a dispute that the court’s decision is wrong either in law or in process. Appeals are made to a more superior court. For example, from the District Court to the Supreme Court.
Source: letasa.asn.au

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A person charged with a crime may be dissatisfied with his conviction or sentence or with a particular ruling by the magistrate or judge hearing the matter; he can apply or appeal to a higher court to [..]
Source: opp.vic.gov.au

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A system whereby the Minnesota Court of Appeals or Minnesota Supreme Court review decisions made by the trial court. There are certain limitations on when either the state or the defendant may file an appeal.
Source: mncasa.org

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When a party dissatisfied with a decision of their judge appeals to a higher court to reverse a decision or ruling.
Source: gov.propertyinfo.com

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A request to a higher (appellate) court for that court to review and change the decision of a lower court.
Source: we-defend-you.com

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The act of seeking a higher court's review of a lower court's decision.
Source: rpfoley.com

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A request made to a higher court to reverse or modify a decision made by a lower court.
Source: azcourts.gov

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A request made after a trial, asking another court (usually the court of appeals) to decide whether the trial was conducted properly. To make such a request is "to appeal" or "to take an appeal." One who appeals is called the appellant. appellate:
Source: 4uth.gov.ua

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A request for a higher level review of a decision in which the involved person disagrees.
Source: allthingspublicdata.com

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1) v. to ask a higher court to reverse the decision of a trial court after final judgment or other legal ruling. After the lower court judgment is entered into the record, the losing party (appellant) [..]
Source: advocatekhoj.com

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A request by a defendant who has been convicted to have a higher court review the judgment, decision, or order of a lower court and set it aside (reverse it) or modify it; also, the judicial proceedin [..]
Source: nycdefense.com

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 A request to take a case to a higher court for review. No new evidence may be introduced during the appellate process; the reviewing court considers only whether errors occurred during prior proceed [..]
Source: msm.com.au

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An application for review of an order of conviction.
Source: manateeclerk.com

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The legal procedure by which a decision by a judge is brought for review to a higher court with the intention of having the decision by the lower court changed.
Source: sao9.net

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Asking a higher court to review a decision of a lower (generally, trial) court or administrative agency. The state may not appeal from a verdict of acquittal in a criminal case because to do so would violate the defendant’s constitutional right not to be put in jeopardy twice for the same offense.
Source: oregonsatf.org

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A request made after a trial by a party that has lost on one or more issues that a higher court review the decision to determine if it was correct. To make such a request is "to appeal" or & [..]
Source: docmckee.com

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The right and process available to a program or institution for a review of the COA’s decision to withdraw accreditation or deny initial accreditation of the program.
Source: ala.org

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1. An application for the removal of a cause or suit from an inferior to a superior judge or court for reexamination or review. The mode of proceeding by which such removal is effected. The right of a [..]
Source: mondofacto.com

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A player's request to the Referee to consider an on or off court situation.  Appeal is used throughout the rules in two contexts, ie where the player requests the Referee to consider varying a M [..]
Source: squashgame.info

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a claim by the fielding side to an umpire that a rules violation has taken place.
Source: howbaseballworks.com

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In the modern game an appeal is a claim of violation of the rules made by the defense. In the vintage period, virtually all calls made by the umpire, including calls on the bases, were by appeal, the [..]
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in tournament bridge, a requested review of a ruling (usually of a director's ruling)
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An action a team takes on behalf of its driver if the team feels that the driver has been unfairly penalised / punished by the FIA / race officials.
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if an applicant or submitter disagrees with the final decision made, they can lodge an Appeal with the Environment Court.
Source: ecan.govt.nz

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A request of a party to a higher court to review the rulings made by a lower court.
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 – An appeal is how you object to or dispute a government decision. Government departments’ decisions are not always right. If you think that a decision about your tax, tax credits or other bene [..]
Source: taxguideforstudents.org.uk

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This is the term used when an application is made to a higher court or other body for review of a decision taken by a lower court.
Source: lawmentor.co.uk

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A request by an employee for review of an agency action by an outside agency. The right to such review is provided by law or regulation and may include an adversary-type hearing and a written decision [..]
Source: developmentwork.net

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The process through which an applicant can challenge a planning decision by the planning authority. Appeals can be made against a refusal to grant permission, the failure to issue a decision within a [..]
Source: communityplanning.net

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Any action a Medical Assistance eligible individual files with the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) contesting a denial of services decision made by the CSA or any action a provider files with OAH contesting a denial of a claim.
Source: mhaging.org

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A formal request to have a financial aid administrator review your aid eligibility and possibly use Professional Judgment to adjust the figures. For example, if you believe the financial information o [..]
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A formal request to have a financial aid administrator review your aid eligibility and possibly use Professional Judgment to adjust the figures. For example, if you believe the financial information o [..]
Source: fullerton.edu

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1) v. to ask a higher court to reverse the decision of a trial court after final judgment or other legal ruling. After the lower court judgment is entered into the record, the losing party (appellant) [..]
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asking a higher authority to review a decision. Some decisions of Examiners (i.e. final rejections)  may be reviewed by appeal to the Patent Trials and Appeals Board (PTAB). Some PTAB decisions may b [..]
Source: bpmlegal.com

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A request made to the Board of Appeal for relief from zoning code regulations.
Source: bostonredevelopmentauthority.org

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Process through which a challenge can be made about results or other procedural decisions affecting a Centre/PLC or individual learners.
Source: association.sportsleaders.org

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the process whereby an applicant can challenge an adverse decision on an application by means of written representations, an informal hearing or formal inquiry proceedings. Appeals can also be made ag [..]
Source: lawsonfairbank.co.uk

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In cricket, an appeal is the act of a player (or players) on the fielding team asking an umpire for a decision regarding whether a batsman is out or not. According to Law 31 of the Laws of Cricket, an [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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An appeal is the process in law by which cases are reviewed and parties request a formal change to an official decision. Appeal may also refer to:
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In parliamentary procedure, a motion to appeal from the decision of the chair is used to challenge a ruling of the chair.
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In law, an appeal is the process in which cases are reviewed by a higher authority, where parties request a formal change to an official decision. Appeals function both as a process for error correcti [..]
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In law, an appeal is the process in which cases are reviewed by a higher authority, where parties request a formal change to an official decision. Appeals function both as a process for error correcti [..]
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to seek review by a higher court of a lower court’s decision.
Source: ncac.org

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