Definition of Appeals board
1. Noun. A board of officials that are not judicial but are appointed to hear appeals.
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Literary usage of Appeals board
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1. Growing Smart Legislative Guidebook: Model Statutes for Planning and the ...by William Klein, Stuart Meck by William Klein, Stuart Meck (1998)
"Composition [describe composition of housing appeals board and terms of members].] + If a housing appeals board, rather than the courts, is selected to ..."
2. Brooklyn Daily Eagle Almanac (1918)
"appeals board of 5 members was named for Nassau and Suffolk counties, WD Guthrie of Locust ... appeals board for NYC follows: Manhattan—CE Hughes, CB Agnew. ..."
3. Agent Orange: Limited Information is Available on the Number of Civilians by Robert E. Robertson (2005)
"A decision of the Employees' Compensation appeals board is final—claimants cannot appeal Labor's decisions in federal court. However, if new evidence ..."
4. Regional Housing Opportunities for Lower Income Households: A Resource Guide by Robert W. Burchell, David L. Stokin, Arlene Pashman (1995)
"If these are denied by the local board or attachments with approval render projects infeasible, developers may take their claim to a State appeals board. ..."
5. Promoting the Adoption and Enforcement of Seismic Building Codes: A by Robert B. Olshansky (1999)
"If a compliance agency refuses to establish a method of appeal, the commission shall act as the appeals board and conduct a hearing within 45 days. ..."
6. Prohibited Persons: "Prohibited Persons": Abuse of Undocumented Migrants by Human Rights Watch (Organization). (1998)
"The appeals board consists of a single person, retired advocate Leach of Pretoria.320 Human Rights Watch asked several refugee lawyers and a refugee officer ..."