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Notice of Appeal (Court)

Civil Litigation

Notice of Appeal for civil litigation to be filed at an appellant court appealing for decision/judgment/order made by a lower court.

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Notice of Appeal to be filed at an appellant court appealing for decision/judgment/order made by a lower court.

The notice is used by defendants seeking for appeal in a higher court. The notice is necessary to show the grounds and decisions the defendant believe errors occurred. The defendant must submit a notice to a higher court within the relevant jurisdiction to request for granting leave to appeal. The document may only be used to appeal to decisions that have not been held by the highest court of the jurisdiction. 

The notice begins with clearly listed party names and case number. The notice also states the case in concern with details of the particular judge and leave date. The defendant is against a said judgment/order, as well as an order that requires him/her to pay the damages of the previous appeal. The defendant also takes note of the grounds of appeal. The notice then takes note of the Plaintiff's proposal that the appeal is taken to the List of Interlocutory Appeals and the List of Final Appeals. 

A mirror version of the above information is included for the plaintiff. 

This document can be adjusted to include all necessary information which concerns the areas and grounds of appeal.

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This document should be carefully read by the Individual the Plaintiff and the Defendant. The parties may be accompanied by their respective attorneys.

Both the Plaintiff and the Defendant should sign and return a copy, and once signed, both parties should get a copy. To avoid any future disputes, both parties may wish to have their signatures witnessed.

The Case number, Party names, Leave Judge and Judgment date should all be clearly stated in the loan agreement.

The document must be submitted according to the time limit and other requirements within the jurisdiction. All relevant document should be attached in the document to support the request. 



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