TEMPORARY EMERGENCY COURT OF APPEALS

TEMPORARY EMERGENCY COURT OF APPEALS

Temporary Emergency Court of Appeals. Hist. A special U.S. court created in 1971 with exclusive jurisdiction over appeals from federal district courts in cases arising under the wage-and-price-control program of the Economic Stabilization Act of 1970. ? The court consisted of nine district and circuit judges appointed by the Chief Justice. This court was abolished in 1992. ¡ª Abbr. TECA. Cf. EMERGENCY COURT OF APPEALS. [Cases: Federal Courts 1140.]
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