appellate court to review the decision of a trialcourt or administrative agency and find insteadin favor of the appellant.
( أل ) رال رطل ل ةكحل رق ةرل ا ةكحل داجإ ةد ةلاول مكحل . أل لال
A higher court that reviews the decisions of trialcourts or administrative agencies if the losing party appeals such a decision. Appellate courtdecisions are made by a panel of judges withouta jury.
ل ماحل رق قت ايع ةكحةلا ةد اول اك . رل ذ ل رال رطل اةجل بق ا ةكح رق ت. يفح ةي ن اضق
To transfer to another person all or part of one's property, interest, or rights. For example, if company A has made a contract with companyB to buy 10 trucks from B, and then A realizesit does not need the trucks, A can assign itsrights to buy the trucks to another company.
حلا ش ةيك ء إ ، ال يب ع . رخآ ش لإ قوءرل ةرش ةرش قات10اهأ ةرش د مث ، ةرش ااشزال ةرش يطت . اال احت . ىرخ ةرش لإ اال ءرل اهقو ع
Bench trialضاق اهريدي ةمكح ةئه نودب دو فلح A trial where the judge decides the outcome andthere is no jury.
وت ن ةجيل ال ر ي ةاح. يفح ةي
Breach of contractدع رخ The failure of a person to meet or perform hisor her obligations under a contract if there is nolegal excuse for that failure.
، تال زاج ءافا ا ش افخإ ذع دو ع ةلا ع و اهتال. افخ لذل واق
Burden of proof ة يدت The duty to prove a fact that is in dispute and isrelevant to the issue being contested. Rules of procedure establish which party has the burdenof proof in any particular situation. For example, the government has the burden to prove that an individual committed a crime-the