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Under sub-section 5 of the said section, any person aggrieved by a declaration of the ECP may prefer an appeal to the Supreme Court within 30 days of the said declaration.
One of the interesting new additions to minimise frivolous litigation is the requirement to deposit 50 per cent of the total amount that the defendant has been asked to pay in terms of the appealable order in case he intends to prefer an appeal to an Appellate Commission.
The persons (firebrand speakers/Ulema] as mentioned in the preceding paragraph are at liberty to prefer an appeal to the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa against this order if they so desire.
" Till then we are unable to comment in any greater detail except to say that one of the obvious options that we have is to prefer an appeal before the Supreme Court when it reopens in January." Diageo said, " We confirm that we intend to appeal the matter further.
After a day-long hearing, Justice K Venkataraman passed the orders, amid indications that the state government may prefer an appeal.
Since our judicial system provides for right of appeal, we shall carefully look at the judgment with a view to requesting the Attorney General to expeditiously prefer an appeal in the matter," Kenyan foreign minister Moses Wetangula said yesterday in a statement.
Any person aggrieved by an order of the Competition Appellate Tribunal may prefer an appeal to SCP within 60 days.
The fact that dollar sales of men's fragrance has remained rather steady can be credited to the fact that fragrance suppliers learned rather quickly that the "metrosexual" trend was just that, a trend, and that most men prefer an appeal to old-fashioned maleness.