The result or remedy in court litigation or an agency adjudicatory proceeding where the decision-maker sends the matters back to the agency or within the agency for the original decision to be reconsidered or reissued following proper standards.
To be put on remand means to be put in custody or released on bail during a gap in criminal proceedings. Once an individual has been arrested they may be kept on remand or given bail before they are put on trial, or if a delay occurs in the court proceedings.
The action the Board takes in returning an appeal to the local VA office where the claim originated. This action is taken when something else needs to be done before the Board can make a decisionin an appeal.
The temporary removal of a child from his or her home during the pendency of a Juvenile Delinquency, PINS or Abuse and Neglect proceeding. During that period the child is remanded to the Office of Children and Family Services or to the Commissioner of Social Services for custodial care.
to put over a criminal proceeding to another date, a remand requires the court to set a future date when the matter will come back before the court, unlike civil proceedings where an adjournment might be to an unfixed date, See also Adjournment;
To send back. To send a dispute back to the court where it was originally heard. Usually it is an appellate court that remands a case for proceedings in the trial court consistent with the appellate court's ruling.
Send back a case to the trial court or lower appellate court for action or The imprisonment of criminal suspects awaiting trial or sentencing. A prisoner who is denied, refused or unable to meet the conditions of bail, or who is unable to post bail, may be held in a prison on remand.
Send a case back to the lower court. Generally, the appellate court has issued a decision on a particular point of law, and remands the case to the lower court for reconsideration in light of the appellate court's opinion.
The decision of an appellate court to send a case back to the trial court with instructions on how to correctly decide the case; often used with the term “reversed.” Reversed means that the appellate court overturned the trial court's decision.
To send.” For example, the act of an appellate court sending (or remanding) a case to a lower court for further proceedings or a command to remand a defendant into the state's custody to serve a sentence after being found guilty.
The accused is in custody after having been refused bail or if bail cannot be considered (e.g. if the accused is a sentenced prisoner). Is often used in Magistrates Court instead if the word "adjournment" and simply means that the matter is put off until another date and the accused remains on bail.
to put over a criminal proceeding to another date; unlike civil proceedings where an adjournment might be to an unfixed date, a remand requires the court to set a future date when the matter will come back before the court; see Adjournment;
a disposition by an appellate court, which sends a case back to the trial court for further proceedings. Respondent - One who answers in various legal proceedings. Similar to a defendant in a criminal or civil case.
an order made by an appellate court whose decision that does not end the case. The case is sent back (remanded) to the trial court to do whatever is necessary to be consistent with the appeals court's decision. This may mean conducting a new trial, entering judgment for a different party, holding a hearing on a part of the case, etc.
To send a dispute back to the court where it was originally heard. Usually, an appellate court remands a case to the trial court, and the trial court is to take action consistent with the appellate court's ruling.