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CRIMINAL PROCEDURE ACT 2009 - SECT 271

Appeal to County Court authorised by other Acts

    (1)     If a person is authorised by or under any other Act to appeal from an order of the Magistrates' Court to the County Court, subject to that Act, the provisions of this Act with respect to appeals to the County Court apply.

S. 271(2) inserted by No. 3/2016 s. 75.

    (2)     In this section, if the appeal was from the Magistrates' Court constituted by the Chief Magistrate who is a dual commission holder, a reference to the County Court is to be construed as a reference to the Trial Division of the Supreme Court.

Note to s. 271 substituted as Notes by No. 48/2012 s. 17.

Notes

1     Section 283 gives a further right of appeal from the County Court to the Court of Appeal in certain circumstances.

2     Section 302A provides for the reservation of a question of law for determination by the Court of Appeal during the hearing of an appeal by the County Court.

Part 6.2—Appeal from Magistrates' Court
to Supreme Court on a question of law



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