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Types of appeals in Queensland and the Federal Courts

Not all types of appeals in the law are the same.


Different rules and principles in how they are conducted and decided apply, depending on the nature of the appeal in question.

Appeals in the law are creatures of statute: Attorney-General v Sillem [1864] EngR 352; (1864) 10 HLC 704 at 720-721, Mickelberg v The Queen [1989] HCA 35, Deane J at [4], R v Ferguson; ex parte A-G (Qld) [2008] QCA 227 at [20]. In other words, they never existed at common law, but were instead…

Types of appeals in Queensland and the Federal Courts — Sterling Law QLD

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