Definition of case made
: a statutory mode of procedure, often briefer than at common law, for making an appeal to a higher court and often including matters which do not appear in the record at common law and sometimes presenting only certain points of law sought to be reviewed : a case reserved for consideration of an appellate court in the manner provided for by statute
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