- This refers to an individual or group who has experienced harm or injury, particularly due to an act made by a judicial or quasi-judicial body. This gives them the legal authority to file an appeal
- The aggrieved party had enough evidence to prove that they had been wrongly convicted.
- As a result of the unjust ruling, the aggrieved party decided to appeal the decision.
- The aggrieved party felt that the legal proceedings were not in their favor.