28 Appeals

Appeals from a High Court registrar or from a decision of the county court (whether made by a district or circuit judge) lie to a single judge of the High Court1. Appeals from a High Court judge lie, with the permission of the judge or the Court of Appeal, to the Court of Appeal unless the appeal is a decision made by the High Court judge on an appeal to him, in which case only the Court of Appeal can grant permission2.

Aside from any appellate jurisdiction, every court having jurisdiction in bankruptcy has

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