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De Novo

[Latin, Anew.] A second time; afresh. A trial or a hearing that is ordered by an appellate court that has reviewed the record of a hearing in a lower court and sent the matter back to the original court for a new trial, as if it had not been previously heard nor decided.

de novo

adj. Latin for "anew," which means starting over, as in a trial de novo. For example, a decision in small claims case may be appealed to a local trial court, which may try the case again, de novo. (See: trial de novo)

de novo

adverb afresh, again, anew, another time, freshly, from the beginning, new, newly, once more, over, over again, revived, second time
Associated concepts: de novo proceeding, hearing de novo, trial de novo

de novo

‘of new’.
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