A "stay" can only be issued by a judge. If a stay is desired by a participant in the case, their only option is to present a motion to the judge requesting it. The judge will consider and rule on your motion either granting it, or not.
A "motion to stay" is a request to the court that it consider stopping action on whatever it is that is being asked to be 'stayed.'
A "STAY Order."
A court's stay order halts, stops, or interrupts, whatever previous order, action, or decision the court may have rendered in the case.
No it was not a supreme court case, but a state case because it was held in the local court
A court case is any case that requires a judge and/or jury in a court of law.
Depending on the type of court case you can take your case to the appelate court sytem in your state or a federal court of appeals
A court case can only be appealed if the Court of Appeals agrees to hear the case.
If a case was "stayed" for some reason - it is usually only a temporary event - if/when the judge rules that the case can resume he "restores" the case to whatever its status was prior to the stay being ordered.
If there is a court hearing it is because there is an unresoved court case to be heard.
A Case for the Court was created in 1960.
how dose trying a case in small claims court differ from trying a case in a court of record
The court case that brought about the 27th Amendment was Dillon v. Gloss. This court case took place in 1921. There was a court case that challenged this Amendment in 1992. That court case involved Boehner v. Anderson.
The actual order is called a Stay of Execution.
Contact the court clerk from the court that adjudicated the case.
The duration of A Case for the Court is 1800.0 seconds.
who a court has original jurisdiction a case
can another court change the decision of a Supreme Court case
You need to inquire at the court where the case is filed.You need to inquire at the court where the case is filed.You need to inquire at the court where the case is filed.You need to inquire at the court where the case is filed.
At the family court that has jurisdiction over the case.At the family court that has jurisdiction over the case.At the family court that has jurisdiction over the case.At the family court that has jurisdiction over the case.
When a case is remanded, it is sent from an appellate court to either a lower appellate court or the trial court with instructions to that court to take a particular action regarding the case. For example, if an appellate court vacates a conviction, it may remand the case to the trial court for a new trial.
apelleate court sends a case back to the trial court
you have to appeal your case
Struck out means that the case against you has been dismissed by the court. In other words the court feels that there is no case to answer,or the court after hearing the prosecution case feels that there is not sufficient evidence to try the accused, and the court finds that it's in the best interest that "the case be struck out."
You did not include any details here, so I am flying seat of my pants. If you dont agree with the stay, file an objection to this stay. There are stays in civil court and in bankruptcies. But basically, if you dont agree with this, file an objection, state WHY you object and include different laws or case law to support your case. for example, in a bankruptcy case, it would be entitled" objection to lift of automatic stay", which most times, the bankruptcy places the stay automatically, and opposing attorneys want to life this stay. In civil court, they file to have a stay put in place. In that case, it would be "objection to stay of (fill in the blank)" Get the idea?Another View: In plain English a "stay" means STOP or CEASE. In the legal context, a stay is a court order preventing further action until a future event occurs, or the order is lifted. You can appeal the order by filing a motion to re-consider, HOWEVER - until you file that motion and the matter is taken up for re-consideration, YOU MUST OBEY IT.