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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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Thus, an order resolving a motion to quash such a subpoena is a final and appealable order in a special proceeding that is "not subject to the rule restricting direct appellate review of orders in criminal proceedings" (Matter of Abrams, 62 NY2d at 192; see Matter of Newsday, 3 NY3d at 651 n).
With the basic proposition that there can be only one appealable paper in a case in mind, it would follow that the appealable paper would be the one that disposes of the case on the merits, in its entirety.
Remedy for an Untimely Notice of an Appealable Order in the Civil Context
As precedent makes clear, '[u]nder traditional finality principles, a district court's decision to compel compliance with a subpoena or to deny a motion to quash a subpoena is generally not a 'final decision' and therefore is not immediately appealable.
The Lawmakers in Article 332 NCPC has predicted the appealable dictums.
Perhaps the most novel part of NCUA's appeals process is the scope of appealable determinations," Hill wrote in assessing the agency's range compared to other regulators measured.
She added that "the fact the court has not closed this case cuts against Microsoft's argument" that her order was final and appealable.
But the world body buckled under BCCI's pressure and on Wednesday allowed Jadeja to appeal against the decision -- although a Level 1 punishment is non- appealable unless it is the second such penalty in a 12- month period.
In Mohawk Industries, the Supreme Court reaffirmed its principled refusal to expand the list of immediately appealable non-final orders.
First, as it relates to the precedential value that the Tax Court accords to unpublished dispositions from a circuit to which a particular case is appealable, and second, as alternatives that the Tax Court can consider in deciding the weight, if any, it should give to a subset of its own unpublished dispositions--its summary opinions.
The decision is appealable but the Thunder Bay and Toronto-based junior miner said in a Sept.
In the event of an unfavorable ruling by the court, AMR or US Airways may terminate the merger agreement five days after the court enters a final, but appealable, order permanently enjoining the merger.