What Is a De Novo Hearing?

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A de novo hearing is a hearing of a case in court looking at the issues afresh, before a decision is made. This means that a court deals with the case like it has never been heard before. De novo hearings are as a result of an appeal, judicial review or if the final hearing was made with a temporary order in place.
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The power of the appellate court or appellate agency to make a new decision in a matter under appeal, entirely ignoring the findings and conclusions of the lower ...
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