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Synonyms for appellant

one that asks a higher authority for something, as a favor or redress

Synonyms for appellant

the party who appeals a decision of a lower court

of or relating to or taking account of appeals (usually legal appeals)


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The appellant had said he and Nasrullah were initially appointed as assistant secretaries (BPS-17) in 1993.
The appellant also asked for an order setting aside the order of Justice Tsoho that proceedings in suit No: FHC/ABJ/CS/1092/2014 be adjourned sine die pending the determination of the two appeals filed by the PDP before the Supreme Court.
2017 against the appellants for violation of Sec 3 of the Punjab Industries (Control on Establishment and Enlargement) Ordinance 1963.
inter alia taking the plea that the suit filed by the appellant being barred by sections 121 and 122 of the Insurance Ordinance, 2000 and that plaintiff has no cause of action to file the said suit, emphasizing that the controversy so raised falls within the jurisdiction of Insurance Tribunal of adjudication.
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.
According to a letter sent to the appeals court by Derek Schaffer of the of the Washington DC office of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan representing the applicants, the other appellant, FBME Bank Ltd received instructions from the Bank of Tanzania to withdraw from the appeal -five months after it lost its licence -- leaving FBME Ltd as the sole appellant.
The registration of Jolliville in favor of the appellant is not contrary to the provisions of the IP Code but is consistent to the very essence of granting trademark registration,' IPOPHL said.
At the relevant time, there was no specific remedy available to the aggrieved legal heir of deceased insured and, therefore, a complaint was filed by the appellant before the Federal Ombudsman, which was declined on 1-12-2005.
The appellant challenged Article 36 of the Arbitration Rules and alleged that this Article violated the Articles of the Constitution of Bahrain, namely Article 20(f), which guarantees the rights to litigate under the law, and Article 30, which states: "The organising of rights and freedoms laid down in this Constitution and their delimitation will be as per law or based on it.
However, before the PCA ruling became final, appellant filed a motion for rehearing, rehearing en banc, and written opinion stating that "a written opinion will provide a legitimate basis for Supreme Court review because the ruling without a written opinion, is in direct conflict with the Florida Supreme Court's decisions.
Whether the appellant had demonstrated a legally enforceable right of access to a suitable vessel;
Her Honour Judge Smyth said: "It would be repugnant to compel police to return dangerous products which have caused harm to the appellant, his family and community.
They had no convincing explanations for the numerous occasions when the appellant had failed to respond to complaints and correspondence from TPS or from the commissioner," he said.
In April 2007, the Licking County defendants filed a counterclaim against appellant seeking a declaration that appellant was a vexatious litigator pursuant to an Ohio statute.
If the request for rehearing is denied, the appellant has 30 days from the date of denial to file an appeal with the superior court.