Definition of Appeal board
1. Noun. A board of officials that are not judicial but are appointed to hear appeals.
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Literary usage of Appeal board
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Consolidated Abstracts of the Highway Acts, 1862, 1864: The Locomotive Acts by James Abraham Foot (1879)
"Notice must state ground of appeal. Board may serve counter notice requiring appellant to appear and support appeal. Board may rectify matter com- plained ..."
2. The Story of New Zealand: A History of New Zealand from the Earliest Times by Frank Parsons (1904)
"In case of a fine not exceeding $10 the appeal lies to the Minister; in other cases it is to the appeal board. No lawyers arc allowed to appear in the trial ..."
3. Annual Report of the United States Shipping Board by United States Shipping Board (1918)
"The Trades Council of Seattle differed with the board on this point, and for the adjustment of this dispute an appeal board was created in accordance with ..."
4. The Sanitarian by Medico-Legal Society of New York (1899)
"If, after examination of said appeal, said Commissioners deem it proper, they shall appoint an appeal board of Dental Examiners, ..."
5. Annotated Forms of Federal Procedure by Frank Olds Loveland, George Washington Rightmire (1920)
"... erroneously found by the said examiner in favor of the said CD That thereupon an appeal was taken by the said AB to. the appeal board, otherwise known ..."
6. Newest England: Notes of a Democratic Traveller in New Zealand, with Some by Henry Demarest Lloyd (1900)
"The intermediate men have a right to go to an appeal board, and in the election of this appeal board all the members of the railway force have a voice. ..."