Appeal

In an Appeal, a party asks the Court to set aside the decision of an earlier judge or Magistrate. For an appeal to be successful, the Appeal Court must be persuaded that the trial judge or trial magistrate made an error.

In an Appeal, a party asks the Court to set aside the decision of an earlier judge or Magistrate. For an appeal to be successful, the Appeal Court must be persuaded that the trial judge or trial magistrate made an error.

To initiate an Appeal, a Notice of Appeal must be filed in the appropriate Court, within either 21 days or 28 days of the Order being made.

Once an Appeal is filed, there are procedural orders and procedural directions which must be followed and the Appeal is determined in a hearing whereby the issues will be determined.