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remit

Law the transfer of a case from one court or jurisdiction to another, esp from an appeal court to an inferior tribunal
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In Argentina, the Code of Criminal Procedure expressly requires that, in general, the judges of the appellate court adjudicate cases without remittal except if it is unavoidable.
2004) (citing KARGER, supra note 47, at 79-80) ("Motion for leave to appeal dismissed upon the ground that the Appellate Division order, from which no appeal was properly taken or motion for leave to appeal was properly made, was the final appealable paper as its remittal was for purely ministerial action."); Spodek, 759 N.E.2d at 761 (citing N.Y.
Therefore, the City was not entitled to judgment dismissing the complaint as a matter of law, and a remittal is necessary to consider the weight of the evidence issues (CPLR4404 [a]).
In its view, a decision on remittal was within its discretion.
"The common law assistance cases have been concerned with such matters as: (1) the vesting of English assets in a foreign officeholder; or (2) the staying of local proceedings; or (3) orders for examination in support of the foreign proceedings; or (4) orders for the remittal of assets to a foreign liquidation; and (5) have involved cases in which the foreign court was a court of competent jurisdiction in the sense that the bankrupt was domiciled in the foreign country or, if a company, was incorporated there."
Then an order was made setting aside part of the award and so, by way of remittal, the Juggernaut went rumbling back towards the arbitrator.
(129) He added that '[e]ventualities can be conceived where a power of remittal ...