Appeal Committee definition

Appeal Committee means the appeal committee established by the Council in terms of section 12(3)(a);
Appeal Committee means the committee established under clause 22;
Appeal Committee means the Committee setup under the chairmanship of the Competent Authority, it shall deal with the representations submitted by the candidate(s)/parent(s) relating to grievances of the candidates with regard to MHT-CET-2010 examination and the selection process.

Examples of Appeal Committee in a sentence

  • The Appeal Committee shall, in such circumstance, have full jurisdiction to review the facts of the case as if it were a Disciplinary Committee.

  • The Exchange may suspend the Member with immediate effect pending the outcome of the Appeal Committee so convened.

  • Within ten days of service of the Disciplinary Committee's decision, the Exchange may appeal to the Appeal Committee by serving a Notice of Appeal on the Chairman of the Appeal Panel and the Member or the Dealer or Member Representative.

  • The four elected members of both the Appeal Committee and the DRC respectively will have to elect within 15 days, the Vice-Chairman of the Appeal Committee and DRC respectively.

  • No person shall be eligible to serve as a member of the Disciplinary Committee or Appeal Committee in relation to any particular case if he has any material interest in the matter under consideration either personally or through any Undertaking with which he may be concerned.


More Definitions of Appeal Committee

Appeal Committee means the committee established by Section R277-920-5.
Appeal Committee means an ERISA Appeal Committee as described in Subsection 17.02 of the Plan.
Appeal Committee means the Adjudicative Committee established under section 6.2.1.2;
Appeal Committee means a Redeployment and Retirement Appeal Committee constituted under Subdivision D of Division 2 of Part II of the Merit Protection Act;
Appeal Committee means the committee constituted in terms of section 57A(2);’’;