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ap·peal

(ă-pēl')
In health care accounting, denotes a request from a physician or clerical worker in a health care facility for a third-party payer to reconsider a decision about a disallowed claim for compensation.
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In its decision, the appellate court explained that the law didn't specify the method of calculating the fees to which the insured was entitled, but that courts typically determined the amount by multiplying the reasonable number of hours expended by a reasonable hourly rate.
The ceremony was attended by the former Chief Judge of Supreme Appellate Court Gilgit-Baltistan Justice Nawaz Abbasi, Registrar Supreme Appellate Court, Secretary Services and General Administration Gilgit-Baltistan, Secretary Implementation Gilgit-Baltistan, senior officials of Gilgit-Baltistan government and senior advocates.
Gilgit [Pakistan], July 12 ( ANI ): Supreme Appellate Court Bar Association and the High Court Bar Association of Gilgit-Baltistan lawyers have said they will go on strike if the government elevates a lawyer from Mansehra who has the backing of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's daughter Maryam Nawaz and his son-in-law Captain Safdar to the vacant seat of judge in the Supreme Appellate Court.
Two terms of six years is a reasonable length of time for a lawyer to sit as an appellate court judge.
The appellate court agreed, citing support from case law for a preference for the sales comparison approach.
Referring the case to the appellate court does not mean the release of Samir El Wafi," noted Essid, recalling that his client was sentenced to eight months in prison by the same court.
The only candidate for the post, Neli Kutskova, Judge at the Sofia Appellate Court, was backed by 9 VSS members, with four votes against and 6 abstentions, according to the BGNES news agency.
The appellate court had directed PAL to grant a lump sum salary hike of P100 million to FASAP members in keeping with its collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with the airline covering the period July 16, 2007, to July 25, 2010.
330 must be filed in the appellate court within 15 days of the order upon which rehearing is sought "or within such other time set by the appellate court.
The appellate court found that Harris, 13 at the time, acted ``in the heat of passion'' and did not harbor an intent to kill.
In holding that the "no damages for delay clause" did not bar this claim, the appellate court explained that under the totality of the circumstances, finding an ample basis in the record for the court's factual conclusion that the project delays were uncontemplated and that defendant was responsible for a breach of fundamental contractual obligations, we decline to disturb the holding that the "no damages for delay clause" did not bar plaintiff's claim for money damages.