Making an appeal: case study [based on the rules in force before 1 October 2012]

This is an illustration of an application for permission to appeal and the appeal itself, both of which are set out in the appellant's notice. It consists of the appellant's notice, together with separate grounds for appeal, a separate skeleton argument, and a draft order granting permission to appeal and allowing the appeal.

This case study is based on the rules in force before 1 October 2012 and should not be used for appeals made after that date 

Lucy Frazer (barrister) and Charlotte Cooke (barrister), 3-4 South Square


 

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