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Thomas R. Newman and Steven J. Ahmuty Jr. Thomas R. Newman and Steven J. Ahmuty Jr.

There are three basic jurisdictional considerations in the Appellate Division. First, “aggrievement” relates to the issue of whether a party has standing to appeal from a judgment or order. Second, “appealability” incorporates a requirement of “appealable paper” and relates to the issue of whether a direct appeal, either as of right or by permission, may be taken to the Appellate Division from the judgment or order in question. Third, “reviewability” relates to the scope of the Appellate Division’s review of an appealable judgment or order. Judging by the volume of decisions addressing these threshold jurisdictional requirements, practitioners often overlook them before embarking upon the time and expense of an appeal.

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