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A person who is dissatisfied with an Order made by the Registrar at a case management conference (CMC) may file an appeal against the Order within 7 working days after the date on which the Order was made.
Pay the filing fee of $100. Applications filed will be processed only after the requisite payments are made. Payment may be made via:
File a Notice of appeal against decision, direction or order of Registrar through the Central Registry (State Courts, Level 1).
At the Hearing, the Tribunal may, among other things:
A party may appeal to the High Court against the Order of a Tribunal only:
If you are uncertain whether you have a right to appeal, do consult a lawyer. A lawyer can be hired to represent a party for appeal proceedings at the District Court and High Court.
Before an appeal to the High Court, leave (permission) from the District Judge must be obtained. An application for leave to appeal has to be filed within 7 working days from the date of the Order by the Tribunal.
The application must be served on the other party within 7 working days after the date the application is filed.
A Respondent who wishes to oppose the application must file and serve a response to the Application for Leave to Appeal within 7 working days after he is served with the Application for Leave to Appeal.
A Notice of Hearing will be issued by the ECT which sets date and time for the hearing of the leave to appeal application. Parties are to attend the Hearing before a District Judge who will decide if leave is to be granted. A District Court Order granting or refusing leave is final and not subject to any appeal.
If leave is granted by the District Court, you may commence appeal proceedings in the High Court.
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