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To appeal a judicial decision is to request that a more senior judicial body or court of law review that decision (which, presumably, was taken by a lower court). In England an appeal may be made on a number of different grounds (e.g. points of fact, points of law, etc.). The nature of this ground may influence the precise route that the appeal will take.