The recording by the court staff of all appearances and/or proceedings and their outcomes before the Court.

Remedies can be monetary, declaratory or injunctions. Monetary remedies (damages) are most common. The Court of Appeal “remedies” include affirming or reversing the original decision, varying in total or in part the judgment of the lower court, and in some cases, ordering a new trial.

When a judge or judges do not immediately give their decision, but issue a written decision at a later date.

A person, other than the appellant, who was a party to the proceedings in the court appealed from, and whose interests are affected by the relief requested by the appellant in an appeal. A respondent can also refer to a person who is added, under the Rules, as a respondent to an appeal.