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This Practice Note contains guidance to the provisions contained within CPR 52 and CPR PD 52C. They apply to appeals to the Civil Division of the Court of Appeal. They do not apply to appeals in detailed assessment proceedings against a decision of an authorised court officer, appeals to the County Court, the High Court or the Supreme Court, appeals where the notice was filed or permission to appeal granted before 1 October 2012 (unless the court has ordered otherwise), or where permission is sought to appeal a decision refusing to grant an interim injunction under section 41 of the Policing and Crime Act 2009.
For guidance on appeal bundles when appealing to the County Court of the High Court, see Practice Note: Appeals to the County Court or the High Court—the appeal bundle.
For guidance on appeal bundles when appealing to the Supreme Court, see Practice Note: Supreme Court—appeal hearing, in particular main sections: Core volumes and Authorities volumes.
general provisions on appeals are contained within CPR PD 52A; as such, this Practice Note should be read in conjunction with our other Practice Notes giving general guidance on appeals being conducted under CPR 52 and its accompanying practice directions
useful practical guidance on bundles in the Court of Appeal can be found in Form 204,
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