Review – in practice, within the meaning given by the Process Law, this term refers to a reconsideration leading to amendment or repealing of a decision. This is usually done by the court jury in the higher instance court, after another consideration and thought about the facts involved and proofs already presented. Review also could refer to secondary hearing, appointed on a court case. Synonym is “reconsideration”.
In the context of Administrative Law, the word participates in the term “review board”, which details a governmental entity with the role to re-consider applications, or review of administrative decisions taken by controlled by the board authority. This usually is done in legal systems where such decisions are not subject of direct revision by court.