19. Appeals from inferior courts
(1) The Court of First Instance shall have exclusive jurisdiction to hear and determine an appeal of a judgment of an inferior court where the appeal relates to —
(a) a question of law;
(b) an allegation of miscarriage of justice;
(c) an issue of procedural fairness; or
(d) a matter provided for in or under these Regulations or any other ADGM enactment.
(2) The Court of First Instance may, in the exercise of its appellate jurisdiction under subsection (1) —
(a) affirm, reverse or vary the judgment, order, decision or award appealed;
(b) set aside the judgment, order, decision or award appealed, in whole or in part;
(c) make any other order it considers appropriate;
(d) remit proceedings to the inferior court from which the appeal was brought, subject to any directions the Court of First Instance considers appropriate; or
(e) make any order or direction that is in the interests of justice.
(3) No second appeal shall lie from a decision of the Court of First Instance made under this section.