The decision of the County Court as to the apportionment of a rateable value is final and no appeal lies from it1. If any party to other proceedings in the County Court is dissatisfied with the determination of a judge or jury, he may, subject to certain statutory restrictions2, appeal from it to a senior court3. No appeal lies, however, on a question of fact in proceedings in which either the claimant or defendant is claiming the possession of any premises if, by virtue of the statutory provisions which restrict the making or giving of orders for the recovery
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