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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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In detailed judgment, the tribunal had ruled that the criteria of promotion to the higher post of the assembly's senior additional secretary (BPS-20) and secretary (BPS-21) was also based on seniority-cum-fitness as such subsequent promotions if any of the junior colleague of the appellant to the higher post including the post of senior additional secretary or secretary, during pendency of the appeal, was also set aside as a consequential benefit.
In addition, the appellant is seeking an order of the Court of Appeal to the effect that the consent judgment entered into by Justice Tsoho on December 13, 2017, in suit No; FHC/ABJ/CS/1092/2014, ranks superior to any post-election decision, notwithstanding the hierarchy of court established by section 287 and other relevant provisions of the 1999 constitution (as amended).
As per the documents, M/s Haseeb Waqas Sugar Mills Limited, Ch Sugar Mills and Ittefaq Sugar Mills , the appellants, had shifted their sugar mills from district Nankana Sahib to district Muzaffargarh, Distt Toba Tek Singh to R Y Khan and Pakpattan to district Bahawalpur respectively without seeking prior permission from the competent authority.
According to appellant when the premium amount was not being received, letters and reminders dated 13-3-2007, 31-3-2008 and 2-4-2008 we present to the respondent requesting to clear the amount of outstanding premium but to no response, the appellant preferred Suit No.
The administrative court assumed the position that when getting married, the women's residence was the United States, as the appellants claimed in the administrative proceedings that they take turns living in each other's country of citizenship and the family was created at a time when the spouse of Estonian citizenship was staying in the U.
The US District Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit "ordered and adjudged that the appeal be dismissed because the appellant lacks the capacity to sue," it said in its ruling dated October 24, seen by the Cyprus Business Mail.
The appellant has proven its ownership and continuous use of Jolliville since 1986.
After his death, the claim by the appellant was filed on 17-6-2004 with respect to both the above noted policies, which was not accepted by the Insurance Corporation and it was held to have been repudiated.
If the relevant court deems that such challenge is serious, it shall adjourn the case and grant a period of no more than a month in which the appellant must file a challenge in the form of a case before the Constitutional Court.
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.
The appellant concerned had concluded a scheme whereby he had entered into an agreement to sell his vessel and fishing right during 2013 and confirmed an intention to deceive the Department into granting a representative of board letter and subsequent section 21 transfer of fishing right.
A 64-page verdict by the IHC said that the conviction of appellant recorded by the trial court under Section 7(a) of the Anti-Terrorism Act is set aside, the appeal to this extent is allowed and appellant is acquitted from the said charge whereas conviction and sentence recorded under Section 302 (b) PPC is upheld and appeal to this extent is dismissed.