Rehearing

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Rehearing may refer to:

  • In law, a rehearing is a procedure where a tribunal reconsiders a matter after previously conducting a hearing on the same matter
    • Parties generally request rehearings by filing a "petition for rehearing" or a "motion for rehearing"
    • This process should not be confused with a petition for review, which is a procedure for requesting a matter to be reconsidered by an appellate tribunal
    • Some tribunals permit rehearings en banc, where a new hearing is conducted by all members of the tribunal, or a larger group of members, rather than a select panel of members
  • In parliamentary procedure, rehearing may refer to the reconsideration of a motion
  • In the performing arts, the term rehearing may refer to a rehearsal