205. Appeals from the Small Claims Division to the Commercial and Civil Division

(1) An appellant may appeal from a final judgment or order of the Small Claims Division of the Court of First Instance only by notice of appeal to the Commercial and Civil Division of the Court of First Instance.
(2) No appeal lies to the Court of Appeal from any judgment or order of the Commercial and Civil Division on an appeal from the Small Claims Division.
(3) No appeal may be brought against any judgment or order given or made in the Small Claims Division except on a question of law.
(4) No appeal may be brought against any case management or interim order made in the Small Claims Division.
(5) A party who seeks to appeal to the Commercial and Civil Division against a final judgment or order of the Small Claims Division must file and serve on all other parties a notice of appeal within 14 days of the date of the decision.
(6) A notice of appeal to the Commercial and Civil Division must be filed in the appropriate form in accordance with the relevant practice direction.
(7) A party who wishes to respond to a notice of appeal must, within 14 days of service of the notice, file and serve on the other parties to the proceedings a written response made in the appropriate form in accordance with the relevant practice direction.
(8) Rules 209C to 211 and 213 apply to appeals to the Commercial and Civil Division from the Small Claims Division in the same way as they apply to appeals from the Commercial and Civil Division to the Court of Appeal.
Amended on June 1, 2017
Amended on November 2, 2020