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What is Appeal

Legalese Explained: Legal term: Application to a higher court or other body for review of a decision taken by a lower court or tribunal. The higher court may overturn or uphold (i.e. reject) the lower courtís decision. Often, permission (leave) is required, to for an appeal to occur.

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