appellate jurisdiction

The jurisdiction of appeal or review proceedings, as distinguished from trial court or nisi prius jurisdiction, being contingent on timely compliance with constitutional or statutory methods of appeal. Barney v Platte Valley Public Power & Irrig. Dist. 144 Neb 230, 13 NW2d 120. appellatio. An appellation; a name; an appeal.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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