DO I NEED PERMISSION TO APPEAL?

In most cases, you will require Permission to Appeal. That permission can be granted by the Judge who originally heard the case and whose decision you wish to Appeal or (if not sought from him, or sought and refused) you apply to the Court to which you are Appealing, for that Permission. Generally, in order to obtain that permission, the Judge will evaluate whether you have a real prospect of success in your Appeal. Initially, you can seek permission in writing, but, if that is refused, you can then renew the Application orally (i.e. in open Court).

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