Appeal to Court of Appeal
1) If any party is dissatisfied with a decision of the High Court on an appeal under section 31, such party may, with leave to appeal granted by the Court of Appeal upon application, appeal to the Court of Appeal.
2) The Court of Appeal may grant leave to appeal under subsection 1) if it is satisfied that a question of law of general public importance is involved.
3) An application for leave to appeal under this section shall be –
a. in the form specified by the Registrar of the Supreme Court, setting out the question of law; and
b. lodged with the Registrar of the Supreme Court within –
i. 7 days after the date of the decision against which the appeal is made; or
ii. such time as may be extended by the Registrar of the Supreme Court on good cause.
4) A refusal by the Court of Appeal to grant leave to appeal shall be final.
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and no more, and no other purpose, shall not constitute a waiver, shall not be deemed a consent
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nothing contained herein shall