Supreme Court—substantive appeal—pre October 2012 [Archived]
Supreme Court—substantive appeal—pre October 2012 [Archived]

The following Dispute Resolution practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Supreme Court—substantive appeal—pre October 2012 [Archived]
  • Where permission has been granted by the Supreme Court
  • Where permission not required
  • Acknowledgment by respondent
  • Documents for appeal hearing
  • Statement of relevant facts and issues, and Appendix
  • The contents of the Statement
  • The contents of the Appendix
  • Filing the Statement and Appendix
  • Appellants and Respondents' Cases
  • More...

ARCHIVED: This Practice Note has been archived and is not maintained.

NOTE: SAVE FOR WHERE THE APPEAL NOTICE WAS FILED OR PERMISSION TO APPEAL WAS OBTAINED BEFORE 1 OCTOBER 2012, THIS PRACTICE NOTE IS FOR HISTORIC PURPOSES ONLY. For guidance on the current provisions, see Appeals to the UK Supreme Court—overview, Supreme Court—starting and managing the appeal and Supreme Court—appeal hearing.

Further, the rules and practice directions referred to in this guidance will link through to the existing provisions and not those effective before 1 October 2012. For the pre-October 2012 provisions, please see the attached pdf documents.

CPR 52 (old)

CPR PD 52 (old)

Where permission has been granted by the Supreme Court

Where the Supreme Court has granted permission to appeal, the application for permission stands as the notice of appeal and the grounds of appeal are limited to those on which permission has been granted. An appellant has 14 days from the grant of permission to appeal to file a notice of an intention to proceed with the substantive appeal.

When this notice has been filed, the application for permission to appeal will then be re-sealed.

Copies of the re-sealed application must then be served on each respondent and any intervener. Service may be effected by personal service, first class post, through a document exchange (with the consent of the party to be served), or by

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