(1) A notice of appeal under this Part shall—
(a) be signed by the appellant or the appellant's solicitor;
(b) set out or state—
(i) whether an extension of time is needed;
(ii) whether leave to appeal is required;
(iii) the order which is the subject of the appeal or proposed appeal;
(iv) whether the appeal or proposed appeal is from the whole or part only of the order, and, if so, what part;
(v) the question of law upon which the appeal or proposed appeal is brought;
(vi) concisely the grounds or proposed grounds of appeal;
(vii) the order sought in place of that from which the appeal or proposed appeal is brought; and
(c) at its end, name all the persons on whom it is proposed to serve the notice of appeal.
(2) As soon as practicable after filing the notice of appeal, the appellant or applicant shall—
(a) deliver a copy to the registrar or other proper officer of the tribunal; and
(b) unless the Court otherwise orders, serve a copy of the notice on all persons directly affected by the appeal or application.
(3) The Court may give leave to amend the grounds or proposed grounds of appeal or make any other order to ensure the proper determination of the appeal or application for leave to appeal.