When this happens, the final decision on the matter is left up to a Judge based upon applicable law. In some cases, this results in one or both parties being dissatisfied with the end result. Once a decision or order is made by the Judge, if either party is displeased with the outcome, they may make an application to a higher court, known as the Appellate Division, and appeal the decision or order. The Appellate Division would then review the application for an appeal, examine the facts of the case and the record of the original proceedings, and then make a determination as to whether or not the original finding was just and proper.
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