Appellate court definition

Appellate court means the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, or both, as appropriate.
Appellate court means the courts of appeals, the Court of Criminal Appeals, and the Supreme Court.
Appellate court means the Court of Appeals or the Court of Special Appeals, whichever the context requires.

Examples of Appellate court in a sentence

  • Appellate court costs must be included with the trial court costs in any process to enforce the judgment.

  • Appellate court opinions also are collected and published, in book form or electronically or both, by various persons and entities, including private legal research entities.

  • Appellate court opinions also are published in the softbound Oregon Appellate Courts Advance Sheets and thereafter in the hardbound Oregon Reports.

  • Appellate court review is limited to the evidence, theories, and arguments that were presented below.

  • The parties agree that a competent court within the jurisdiction of the Appellate court of Paris, or that of the place of residence or domicile of the Applicant, as the case may be, shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute arising under or in connection with the Terms and Conditions.


More Definitions of Appellate court

Appellate court means the Court of Appeal or the Divisional Court, as the circumstances require; (“tribunal d’appel”)
Appellate court means the supreme court under ch. 751 or the court of appeals under ch. 752.
Appellate court means the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia exercising its appellate jurisdiction pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 158.
Appellate court means a court to which an appeal lies;
Appellate court means any court when exercising its appellate criminal jurisdiction;
Appellate court means the Native Appellate Court consti-
Appellate court means a court, which reviews cases upon the appeal;