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Appeal against disease test order on behalf of transferor

    (1)     The third party for a transferor in relation to whom a disease test order has been made may, on behalf of the transferor, appeal to the Supreme Court against the order.

    (2)     Unless the Supreme Court otherwise orders, the appeal:

        (a)     must be filed without delay; and

        (b)     does not stay the operation of the disease test order.

    (3)     The Supreme Court cannot order a stay of a disease test order of more than 48 hours from the time the disease test order is made.

    (4)     The Supreme Court must hear and decide the appeal:

        (a)     (unless it is impossible to do so) within 48 hours after the disease test order is made; and

        (b)     in the absence of the public; and

        (c)     (unless it is impossible to do so) without adjourning the appeal.

    (5)     The Supreme Court may allow or dismiss the appeal.

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