Appeal court or court of appeal
As the name implies, the courts of appeals have appellate jurisdiction.
The civil division hear appeal from the county court and the high court; the criminal division hear appeal from the crown court. from the court of appeal, appeal lie to the house of lord.
The civil division hears appeal from the county court and the high court; the criminal division hears appeal from the crown court.
There are also specialized courts dealing with maritime, commercial and labor disputes.
Jurisdiction of a court to hear appeal
The Circuit Courts hear appeals from the District Courts, the lowest level of federal courts.
(law) a judicial reexamination of the proceedings of a court (especially by an appellate court).
The time limit for appeal and the competent appellant court.
The suit is a civil proceeding within the scope of jurisdiction of a people's court and under the jurisdiction of the people's court to which the suit is filed.
The victims have appealed to the Supreme Court to have a definitive sentence.
an action, appeal that will not lie
Her case was lost in the first court, but the appeal court said that she was right.
Her case be lose in the first court, but the appeal court say that she be right
of or relating to or taking account of appeals (usually legal appeals).
Courts can hear some, but not all, claims that a government agency has acted illegally.
The legal think over the court s accepting and hearing the case with dispute expert conclusions;