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The Rules of the Court of Judicature (Northern Ireland) (Amendment) 2010

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Rule 4

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ORDER 60BAPPEALS TO THE COURT OF APPEAL FROM INDUSTRIAL TRIBUNALS AND THE FAIR EMPLOYMENT TRIBUNAL

Appeal to be brought by notice of appeal

1.(1) Except where the Court of Appeal has given leave to appeal under Order 94 rule 2(3), an appeal to the Court of Appeal from an Industrial Tribunal under Article 22 of the Industrial Tribunals (Northern Ireland) Order 1996(1) or the Fair Employment Tribunal under Article 90 of the Fair Employment and Treatment (Northern Ireland) Order 1998(2) shall be brought by notice of appeal which must state the questions of law on which the appeal is brought.

(2) Within 6 weeks of the appellant receiving a copy of the tribunal’s decision the appellant must serve the notice of appeal on all parties to the proceedings and the tribunal.

Setting down appeal

2.(1) The appellant must, within 7 days after service of the notice of appeal enter the appeal for hearing by lodging in the Central Office—

(a)2 copies of the notice of appeal;

(b)a certified copy of the tribunal’s decision;

(c)any other documents which may be relevant to the appeal.

(2) Upon the appeal being entered it shall be listed for hearing not earlier than the expiration of 21 days from the date of entry unless an earlier date is fixed at the request and with the written consent of both the appellant and the respondent.

(3) The proper officer shall send a copy of any final order made under this Order to all parties to the proceedings and the tribunal concerned in the decision.

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