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62.—(1) The judgment of the Court shall, in so far as facts are stated therein, be deemed to be a case stated for the purpose of any appeal on a question of law to which those facts give rise, so, however, that any party may, at or before the conclusion of the hearing, request the Court to find in its judgment the facts giving rise to any specific question of law.
(2) Any party to such proceedings who wishes to appeal shall, within 21 days after the judgment has been delivered, apply in writing to the proper officer of the Court for a copy of the judgment and the proper officer shall thereupon send him a copy of the judgment signed by the presiding judge.
(3) If such party considers that the facts found in the judgment are not sufficient to enable the question of law to be fully argued, he may, within seven days after receiving the copy of the judgment, apply to the Court for it to be amplified or amended.
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