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After a Decision is Issued Step 1: File the Notice of Appeal. Step 2: Pay the filing fee. Step 3: Determine if/when additional information must be provided to the appeals court as part of opening your case. Step 4: Order the trial transcripts. Step 5: Confirm that the record has been transferred to the appellate court.
Appeals against decisions of the NSW Court of Appeal are made to the High Court of Australia. This occurs in matters of public or general importance. There is no automatic right to have an appeal heard by the High Court. As with the Court of Appeal, the applicant must first obtain the High Court's leave to appeal.
The appeal books are the documents that the Court of Appeal has before it when it hears the appeal. They contain copies of the documents that the Court will need to decide the questions of fact and law that are raised in the appeal.
A motion or application for leave is a motion filed with the court seeking permission to deviate from an established rule or procedure of the court.
Permission (also known as leave) is required to enable the appeal to be heard. Once permission is granted, the case will then be heard by the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division). When you apply for permission you are known as the Applicant. Once permission is granted you become known as the Appellant.

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50.11 Notice of contention (1) This rule applies if the defendant wishes to contend that the decision of the court below should be affirmed on grounds other than those relied on by the court below, but does not seek a discharge or variation of any part of that decision.
If leave to appeal is granted, the court must direct that the appeal be heard by a full court, or by the Supreme Court of Appeal where questions of law and fact are considered to require the attention of the Supreme Court of Appeal, such as novel or conflicting issues of law.
( ACT NO. OF 1972 ) (3) An appeal to the Appellate Division from a judgment, decree, order or sentence of the High Court Division in a case to which clause (2) does not apply shall lie only if the Appellate Division grants leave to appeal.

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