Principles underlying a civil appeals system


6 NOVEMBER 1997

SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATIONS


Chapter 2: Principles underlying a civil appeals system
Chapter 3: The requirement for leave to appeal
Chapter 4: Jurisdiction
Chapter 5: Constitution
Chapter 6: Managing the work of the CA – legal and administrative support
Chapter 7: Rules, procedures and working methods
Chapter 8: Information technology in the Court of Appeal
Chapter 9: Litigants in person
Chapter 10: Legal costs
Chapter 11: Monitoring and evaluation

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13 Responses to Principles underlying a civil appeals system

  1. towardchange says:

    Chapter 3: The requirement for leave to appeal
    The requirement for leave to appeal should be extended to all cases coming to the CA except for:
    appeals against committal orders or refusals to grant habeas corpus, as these cases involve the liberty of the subject; adoption cases; and child abduction cases.

    An application for leave to appeal should continue to be made to the court below either at the moment of decision or subsequently, provided it can be placed before the judge who made the decision against which it is sought to appeal.
    http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/+/http://www.dca.gov.uk/civil/bowman/bowman3.htm

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