unappealable

ADJECTIVE
  1. not subject to appeal
    the judge's ruling was handed down in a preliminary hearing rather than a trial and was therefore unappealable
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How To Use unappealable In A Sentence

  • Based on the unappealable decision of the executive committee, partners can be fired, demoted (as in this case), or have their pay lowered.
  • Last year the court issued a ‘final and unappealable decision’ that in Bulgaria two religious communities existed which held the title ‘Bulgarian Orthodox Church.’
  • If a decision of the legally qualified panel member was unappealable to the commissioners, it was susceptible to judicial review. Times, Sunday Times
  • But along with that safety, we'll face arbitrary and unappealable decisions on who can fly in a commercial airliner, rent a truck, borrow money, or even stay out of jail.
  • the judge's ruling was handed down in a preliminary hearing rather than a trial and was therefore unappealable
  • He has the last word in everything; his decision is unappealable.
  • He added: ‘Unfortunately a judge's ruling is unappealable and that is another matter we are considering for the European Court as well as the justice of the decision itself.’
  • They related to unappealable or no longer appealable decisions of the secretary of state. Times, Sunday Times
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