- Generally a party has the right to appeal any judgment to at least one higher court.
- He applied for judicial review by way of certiorari.
- He has appealed to the Supreme Court.
- He lost his appeal to the House of Lords.
- The appeal court dismissed the appeal by way of case stated.
- The appeal court overrode the decision of the lower court.
- The appeal court quashed the verdict.
- The appeal court reduced the fine imposed by the magistrates and released the sentence to seven year’s imprisonment.
- The Appeal Court rejected the appeal on a technicality.
- The appeal from the court order will be heard next month.
- The appeal judge held that the defendant was not in breach of his statutory duty.
- The appeal was adjourned for affidavits to be obtained.
- The appeal was rejected by the House of Lords.
- The applicant sought judicial review to quash the bind-over order.
- The Bill proposes that any party to the proceedings may appeal.
- The Court of Appeal has confirmed the judge’s decision.
- The Court of Appeal ordered a retrial.
- The applicant sought judicial review to quash the order.
- The litigants may appeal against a judgment or a ruling derived from the retrial.
- We will appeal the decision to a higher court.