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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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The appellants specifically want Buhari's nomination and subsequent victory at the February 23 presidential election nullified on the grounds that President Buhari lied on oath in his form CF001 he submitted to INEC for the purpose of clearance for the presidential election.
Agha, the bench asked the appellants' lawyer about his absence in the last hearing.
In this appeal from judgment following a jury trial on respondent patient's medical-malpractice claims arising out of brain injuries suffered following a knee replacement, appellants orthopedic surgeon and clinic challenged the denial of their motions for judgment as a matter of law (JMOL) or a new trial.
'It appears that the fact of the decision of the High Court would mean that the appellant would not have rights to sight of Gopal Sri Ram's letter of appointment and that Gopal Sri Ram would continue to act as senior DPP in the cases involving the appellant; it does not dispose of the appellant's rights,' she said, using the abbreviation for deputy public prosecutor.
We reverse the circuit court's order dismissing appellant Citizens for Quality Rural Living, Inc.'s declaratory judgment action and its appeal from respondent Greenville County Planning Commission's (the Commission's) decision approving respondent RMDC, Inc.'s subdivision plan.
In July of 2014 appellants' son returned home, and the JDR court noted that "full legal custody should be returned by next hearing." That permanency planning hearing was set for October 2014.
The delay in filing the record shows that the appellants are not keen on prosecuting the appeal.
The appellants, Aijaz Ali and Suhail Ahmed, had moved the apex court against the dismissal of their appeals by the high 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.
Nafees said, the impugned order has disregarded the judgments placed before the court wherein it was observed that the government of Pakistan does not have controlling shares in the appellant and therefore writ cannot be exercised against the appellants in terms of Article 199 (5) of the Constitution.
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.