An appeal against a decision at first instance may only be brought with either the permission of the court which made the decision or the permission of the court that has jurisdiction to hear the appeal1. An appellant must file an appellant's notice2 within 21 days after the date of the decision of the court that the appellant wishes to appeal3. The procedure set out in CPR Part 52 (Appeals) applies to any appeal in insolvency proceedings4 as varied by any applicable Practice Direction5. There
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