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Appeals

QuestionAnswer
Who can appeal against the judge's decision? Claimaint + Defendant
What is needed by the appellant if they want to appeal a decision? Leave to appeal
On what grounds can an appeal be bought? Supposed errors of law or fact
If the original decision was made by a District Judge; which judge would hear the appeal? Circuit Judge
Which courts can hear appeals? High Court, Court of Appeal, + Supreme Court
When would the leapfrog procedure be used to bypass the CoA? Where the case is of great legal importance
The appeal is a complete rehearing of the case (T/F) False
What is the Court of First Instance? County Court
Act that outlines the track system Criminal Justice Act 1997
Starts in County Court, heard by District Judge. Up to £10,000 in claims (PI up to £1,000) Small Claims Track
Starts in County Court, heard by District Judge. Over £10,000 in claims (PI over £1,000) Fast Track
Starts in High Court, heard by Circuit Judge. Over £25,000 in claims (PI over £15,000). Deals with complex cases Multi-track
Created by: PaddyHoskin97