206. Appeals from the Court of First Instance (except for the Small Claims Division) to the Court of Appeal

Past version: effective from 01/06/2017 - 08/07/2020
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(1) An appellant requires permission to appeal from a decision of a Judge in the Court of First Instance to the Court of Appeal.
(2) An application for permission to appeal may be made to the Court of First Instance within 14 days after the date when the decision to be appealed was made, failing which to the Court of Appeal within a further period of 14 days.
(3) Where the Court of First Instance refuses an application for permission to appeal a further application for permission to appeal may be made to the Court of Appeal within 28 days of the date of the refusal.
(4) An application for permission to appeal to the Court of Appeal must be made in the appropriate form in accordance with the relevant practice direction.
(5) The application must be served on every respondent and, when the application is filed, the applicant must file a certificate of service.
(6) There must be filed with the application form a copy of the order appealed from and a copy of any order refusing permission to appeal to the Court of Appeal.
Amended on June 1, 2017