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In answering this Q&A, it is assumed that the appellant has not yet applied for permission to appeal (different rules on permission to appeal apply to appellant’s notices issued before 3 October 2016), and the appeal would be a ‘first appeal’, ie it is the first appeal to the Court of Appeal, and the decision being appealed was not itself made on appeal from a lower court (in terms of CPR 52.6 and CPR 52.7, different rules apply in relation to permission for first and second appeals).
In summary, the procedure involved in appealing a decision of the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) in the Court of Appeal is the same as applies to other appeals from the High Court to the Court of Appeal. However, the courts have made clear that, as a result of the nature of construction disputes and the expertise of the TCC judges, it may in practice be more difficult for an appellant to obtain permission to appeal a decision of the TCC, than that
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