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Captain Willard

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Feb 13, 2009
Article 34:4.3 holds that the decision of the Court of Appeal shall be final and conclusive.

If you would be so kind- is it therefore impossible to appeal against a decision in that court which relates to a motion that originated in its jurisdiction?

Is it not due process to allow a litigant at least one opportunity to seek to overturn any adverse ruling/decision?

Thanks very much for any guidance.


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Feb 25, 2011
Yep, to my knowledge you can appeal to the Supreme Court but they have to let you do so.

It's quiet in there at the minute so well worth seeing if they'll let you appeal. I'm sure your legal team will advise you.

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