The procedure and practice for a first appeal1 are governed by the normal Civil Procedure Rules2 relating to appeals3. A first appeal is subject to the permission requirements of the Civil Procedure Rules4. An appeal from a decision of a High Court Judge, or from a decision of an Insolvency and Companies Court Judge which was itself made on appeal, requires the permission of the Court of Appeal5.
In relation to all applications for permission to appeal and appeals from decisions made in personal insolvency matters, save those relating to bankruptcy applications to an adjudicator6:
(1) an application for permission
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