Privilegium de non appellando
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The Latin-originating phrase "privilegium de non appellando" words meaning "privilege of (having the right to) not be appealed". The phrase denotes the status by which a person or an institution is exempted from the jurisdiction of the judiciary in matters of appeal, in which a lower court's decision has its proceedings reviewed by a higher court.
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