215. Reopening of final appeals

(1) The Court will not reopen a final determination of any appeal unless —
(a) it is necessary to do so in order to avoid a real injustice; or
(b) the circumstances are exceptional and make it appropriate to reopen the appeal; and
(c) there is no alternative effective remedy.
(2) Permission is needed under this Rule to reopen the final determination of an appeal.
(3) An application for permission under paragraph (2) will be considered by a single Judge, who must not have been a member of the Court which made the determination.
(4) There is no right to an oral hearing on an application for permission under paragraph (2) unless, exceptionally, the Judge so directs.
(5) The decision of the Judge on the application for permission is final and not open to appeal.