121. Second appeals

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Where an appeal is made to the Court of First Instance in relation to any matter, and on hearing the appeal the Court makes a decision in relation to that matter, no appeal may be made to the Court of Appeal from that decision —

(a) without leave to appeal to the Court of Appeal being granted by the Court of First Instance; or
(b) where leave to appeal is sought directly from the Court of Appeal, unless the Court of Appeal considers that —
(i) the appeal would raise an important point of law, principle or practice; or
(ii) there is some other compelling reason for the Court of Appeal to hear it.