(1) Unless the Court orders otherwise, an appeal to the Court of Appeal shall not operate as a stay of any judgment, order or decision of the Court of First Instance.
(2) Any appellant who wishes to obtain a stay of execution of the judgment or order appealed from must:
(a) seek it from the Court of First Instance where an application for permission to appeal has been filed with that Court and the application has not yet been determined;
(b) in all other cases, seek it from the Court of Appeal,
and only in wholly exceptional circumstances will the Court grant a stay.
|Amended on July 9, 2020|