Definition of Appellant. Meaning of Appellant. Synonyms of Appellant

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Definition of Appellant

Appellant
Appellant Ap*pel"lant, n. 1. (Law) (a) One who accuses another of felony or treason. [Obs.] (b) One who appeals, or asks for a rehearing or review of a cause by a higher tribunal. 2. A challenger. [Obs.] --Milton. 3. (Eccl. Hist.) One who appealed to a general council against the bull Unigenitus. 4. One who appeals or entreats.
Appellant
Appellant Ap*pel"lant, a. [L. appellans, p. pr. of appellare; cf. F. appelant. See Appeal.] Relating to an appeal; appellate. ``An appellant jurisdiction.' --Hallam. Party appellant (Law), the party who appeals; appellant; -- opposed to respondent, or appellee. --Tomlins.

Meaning of Appellant from wikipedia

- In law, an appeal is the process in which cases are reviewed by a higher authority, where parties request a formal change to an official decision. Appeals...
- The Lords Appellant were a group of nobles in the reign of King Richard II, who, in 1388, sought to impeach some five of the King's favourites in order...
- Appellants may refer to: ones making an appeal in a court of law the Lords Appellant who charged the king of England's favourites with treason (1386–1388)...
- State for the Home Department (Appellant) Begum (Respondent) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Appellant) [2021] UKSC 7 26 February 2021...
- the trial court. Hence, such an appellate court will not consider an appellant's argument if it is based on a theory that is raised for the first time...
- occupants in a vehicle directly behind appellant struck his car in the rear several times, and then proceeded to beat appellant about the face and head, breaking...
- government was taken over by a group of aristocrats known as the Lords Appellant. By 1389 Richard had regained control, and for the next eight years governed...
- part of the Superior Court. A party who files an appeal is called an "appellant", "plaintiff in error", "petitioner" or "pursuer", and a party on the...
- February to April, appellant drove himself from Würzburg to Schweinfurt. Appellant's CSM sought an appropriate position for appellant, and in late May or...
- decided on appeal from the court of appeal for British Columbia. The Appellant sought to keep secret the professional opinion of the Respondent, a psychologist...