A person who applies to a higher court for a reversal of the decision of a lower court
appellate: of or relating to or taking account of appeals (usually legal appeals); "appellate court"
the party who appeals a decision of a lower court
In law, an appeal is a process for requesting a formal change to an official decision.
is a person, group or organisation who lodges an appeal with the Environment Court.
The individual who brings the appeal.
the party who takes an appeal to a higher court
The party that brings the appeal.
Client who uses the appeal system provided by the Employment Insurance Act.
A person who has received a reconsideration decision from the Minister of HRSDC concerning their application for benefits, and who has filed an appeal to the Office of the Commissioner of Review Tribunals (OCRT).
The party who has initiated an appeal to a higher court. In a criminal case this could be either Crown Counsel or the accused. The other party is known as the Respondent.
One of the parties to a case. The appellant is called this because he or she is appealing an action or a decision. The other parties might be called the respondent , or might be an administrative agency.
A person who makes an appeal against a decision by a local authority to reject representations made following the service of a Penalty Charge Notice.
An individual who has appealed an AOJ claim determination.
the side that lost in the trial court and has filed an appeal. Sometimes called the petitioner.
A party to a lawsuit who appeals a losing decision to a higher court in an effort to have it modified or reversed. The person who won is called the Appellee.
The person(s) or organization who has made the appeal.
On judicial review, the party who challenges the legality of the order from which the appeal is taken.
The name of an accused when a case is appealed.
defines the challengers or venans participating in the pas d'armes (the "visiting team") - the term "appellant" is referenced Traicté de la Forme et Devis d'ung Tournois and Thomas, Duke of Gloucester, Constable under Richard II On the Manner of Conducting Judicial Duels
the person, or a person's organisation or corporation, which lodges an appeal in a court. Applicants, appellants, respondents, defendants, etc., are generally called 'parties'.
This is the name given to the customer who has appealed against the decision.
A person who, dissatisfied with the judgment rendered in a lawsuit decided in a lower court or the findings from a proceeding before an ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCY, asks a superior court to review the decision.
is a person who has made representation in respect of a Planning decision. See appeal in our Glossary
The party seeking relief from the Court of Appeal.