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After a judgment has been issued by the Court of First Instance, is there a right to appeal?

It is possible to appeal the judgement of the Court of First Instance should any party disagree with the decision of the Court of First Instance on permitted grounds only. The party may file for an appeal to the Court of Appeal within one month from the date of the delivery of the judgment of the Court of First Instance. However, if the delivery of the judgment from the Court of First Instance is done through hand delivery to the residence or office, then the party must file for an appeal within 30 days from the date of the judgement via hand delivery to the residence or office.

The Court of Appeal may hear both civil and criminal cases and it either affirms or revises the decision of the Court of First Instance. No new evidence from witnesses may be submitted at this level and unless decided by the court, only written arguments is submitted by the lawyers representing the parties, where the evidences submitted from the Court of First Instance will be examined and deliberated by the Court of Appeal

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