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Rules Of The Federal Court 1995 Chapter V
LEAVE TO APPEAL
 
 

1. Application for leave to appeal 
(1)Every application in a civil matter to the Court for leave to appeal shall be made by motion, supported by affidavit exhibiting a copy of the grounds of the judgement of the High Court and the Court of Appeal, if then available, filed with the Registrar.

(2) The applicant shall state in writing whether he intends to appeal against the whole or part only of the judgment or order, and what part of the judgement or order is complained of and the grounds for so doing.
(3) A copy of the application shall be served by the applicant on the respondent not less than seven clear days before the return date and another copy filed in the Court of Appeal within the time limited for the filing of the application for leave to appeal.

(4) The applicant shall at the time of filing his application deposit a sum of RM500 with the Registrar of the Court as security for the due prosecution of the appeal.

2. Court's order for leave 
(1)Where leave to appeal is granted the Court may -

(a) fix the time within the notice of appeal is to be filed;

(b) give the respondent leave to file a cross-appeal;

(c) determine the questions or issues which ought to be heard in the appeal; and

(d) give such other directions in the matter as the justice of the case may require.

(2) Where an appellant having obtained an order granting him leave to appeal fails to file his notice of appeal within the time allowed by the Court, the Court may rescind the order granting him leave to appeal. This provision shall apply to a cross-appeal.

3.(Deleted)

   
 
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Rules Of The Federal Court 1995 Chapter V

LEAVE TO APPEAL
 
 

1. Application for leave to appeal 
(1)Every application in a civil matter to the Court for leave to appeal shall be made by motion, supported by affidavit exhibiting a copy of the grounds of the judgement of the High Court and the Court of Appeal, if then available, filed with the Registrar.

(2) The applicant shall state in writing whether he intends to appeal against the whole or part only of the judgment or order, and what part of the judgement or order is complained of and the grounds for so doing.
(3) A copy of the application shall be served by the applicant on the respondent not less than seven clear days before the return date and another copy filed in the Court of Appeal within the time limited for the filing of the application for leave to appeal.

(4) The applicant shall at the time of filing his application deposit a sum of RM500 with the Registrar of the Court as security for the due prosecution of the appeal.

2. Court's order for leave 
(1)Where leave to appeal is granted the Court may -

(a) fix the time within the notice of appeal is to be filed;

(b) give the respondent leave to file a cross-appeal;

(c) determine the questions or issues which ought to be heard in the appeal; and

(d) give such other directions in the matter as the justice of the case may require.

(2) Where an appellant having obtained an order granting him leave to appeal fails to file his notice of appeal within the time allowed by the Court, the Court may rescind the order granting him leave to appeal. This provision shall apply to a cross-appeal.

3.(Deleted)

   
 
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