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Appellate

Relating to appeals; reviews by superior courts of decisions of inferior courts or administrative agencies and other proceedings.

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Pursuant to Article 304(4) of the CPC BiH, on 10 November 2017 the Appellate Panel held a session at which the Prosecutor verbally presented his appeal, saying he fully stood by his appellate arguments.
Understanding when and how to move for temporary and final appellate attorneys' fees can be tricky.
In this extended jurisdiction, trial courts have broad discretion in granting temporary appellate attorneys' fees.
There are hundreds of jurisdictions and appellate courts in various layers.
Emphasis is placed on prior decisions involving similar facts from the same district or state, but cases from other states showing how other courts have considered such facts can also influence appellate justices, along with references to any statutory factors such as Restatement of Torts, Second; the state's Insurance Code or other legislative decisions; and rules of discovery.
There were about 162 appeals pending at the Appellate Bench of the SECP.
Total quantity or scope: "Development of an expert assessment (analysis) the operational and functional status of court buildings managed by the Ministry of Justice Lot 1 - cover court buildings located in Sofia Appellate Region; Lot 2 - covers the courthouses located in the appellate districts of Varna and Veliko Tarnovo; Lot 3 - cover court buildings located in the appellate districts Burgas and Plovdiv.
Pengezov was temporarily removed from the post of Chair of the Sofia Appellate Court after he was charged with malfeasance in office related to the implementation of an EU-funded project under the operational program "Administrative Capacity" for an information system of the military courts in 2009.
This latter Part first explains the structure of WTO dispute settlement; second, it notes unique attributes and competencies of WTO dispute settlement panels and the Appellate Body; and third, it postulates purposes of WTO dispute settlement, including its dialectical nature.
The Appellate Body's discussion of the applicability of art XX of the CATT 1994 as an exception to para 11.
Access to justice depends on access to the courts, (4) and pro se civil litigants need adequate information and resources to better navigate state and federal appellate systems and perfect their cases.