A protest. An objection. An objection, for example, to the establishment of a highway. 25 Am J1st High § 25. The distinction between a remonstrance and all appeal is clear. A remonstrance is interposed in opposition to the act or proceeding and is made before action is taken, while an appeal is made after the act or proceeding, usually upon the ground that the law has not been adhered to. Girvin v Simon, 127 Cal 489, 494, 59 P 945.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.


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