209. Appeals before Court of Appeal

(1) If permission to appeal is given, the appellant must, in accordance with the relevant practice direction, file and serve a notice of appeal within 7 days of the order granting permission to appeal.
(2) The appellant must, in accordance with the relevant practice direction, file and serve its written argument in support of the appeal:
(a) if the appeal relates to a case management or interim order, at the same time as the appellant files and serves its notice of appeal;
(b) if the appeal relates to an order from the Court of First Instance refusing permission to apply for judicial review, within 14 days of filing its notice of appeal;
(c) in any other case, within 21 days of filing its notice of appeal.
Amended on July 9, 2020