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appellant

1. Law the party who appeals to a higher court from the decision of a lower tribunal
2. Law another word for appellate
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On contempt of court, it said there was no evidence the appellants deliberately disobeyed and disregarded the orders of the June 12, 2015 ruling.
2017 against the appellants for violation of Sec 3 of the Punjab Industries (Control on Establishment and Enlargement) Ordinance 1963.
On the whole, having resolved the main issue in this appeal in favour of the appellant, this appeal is meritorious and it is allowed.
towards making her stay in the country in any way legal for a longer period of time, including not applying for an immigrant visa, as appellants decided to take up residence together in Estonia," the circuit court said.
A US appellant court ordered the dismissal of an appeal by FBME Ltd, the holding company of Tanzania's FBME Bank Ltd, against an April court ruling affirming the decision of US authorities to ban the lender from transacting in US dollars as the company.
During the hearing of appeals, appellants himself presented before the CEC or their lawyers.
Generally, PCAs operate to deprive appellants of a review by the Florida Supreme Court, unless the appellant timely files a motion for rehearing and that DCA grants the motion and issues a written opinion, which is certainly not the norm.
During the hearing, the petitioner's counsel arguing before the court submitted that there was no solid evidence which showed that the convicts were responsible for or associated with kidnapping but still trial court convicted all the appellants.
The full record of the Ministers decisions are appended hereto reflecting the Ministers decisions on appeals by existing right holder appellants in traditional line fishing Zones A, B and C and the Ministers decisions on appeals by new entrant appellants.
This case dates back to June 11, 2013, when the appellants in this matter, the American Civil Liberties Union and American Civil Liberties Union Foundation (collectively, "ACLU") and the New York Civil Liberties Union and New York Civil Liberties Union Foundation (collectively, "NYCLU") sued the government officials responsible for administering the telephone metadata program, challenged the program on both statutory and constitutional grounds and sought declaratory and injunctive relief.
The appellants introduced the package which was agreed to by the travel agents under an agreement dated 11-3-2009 between the appellant and TAAP.
Iran, in which the Appellants sought collection against the state of Iran for its involvement in a 1997 terrorist attack perpetrated in Jerusalem, Israel by the terrorist group Hamas.