It is an application submitted to a higher court to correct or the decision of a lower court. The higher court can accept the appeal or dismiss it, either fully or partly.
An Appeal is a judicial examination. A Memorandum of Appeal, on the other hand, is the set of grounds upon which a judicial examination is prayed for.
In general, an application for appeal has to be made before which the appeal can be actually moved at a higher court. The application has to be first submitted at the court immediately following its judgement. If the court decides not grant the permission, then the application can be made at the Court of Appeal itself.
- An Appeal can be dismissed on the ground that in the absence of any specific finding whatsoever as to the rate of rent and the period of default committed by the respondent-tenant, the proceedings under the Companies Act, 1956, for winding-up was not maintainable.
Recent Cases / Related Cases / Case Law
Malaysian Case Laws
- Tan Srri Abdul bin Mohd Noor v Public Prosecutor,  3 MLJ 1: Court of Appeal held that it is not a practice of the appellate court to impose its own sentence over that of the trial court especially when the Public Prosecutor chooses not to appeal.
Indian Case Laws
- Swetamber Sthanakwasi Jain Samiti v Alleged Committee of Management, Sri R J I College, (1996) 3 SCC 11: High Courts refuse to accept writs when there is a predetermined course available for seeking justice. Where the remedy by way of appeal and revision is available, the High Court cannot assume jurisdiction.
- State of UP v Committee of Management of S K M Inter College, 1995 Supp (2) SCC 535, the power of the High Court under Article 226 is discretionary and the power cannot be exercised as a court of appeal.
- Civil Appeal
- Application to leave
Statutes on Appeal
- Order XLI of Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 deals with 'Appeals'