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Appeals to the Supreme Court

A decision is made by the Court of Appeal (Civil Division) in favour of the claimant. The defendant wishes to obtain permission to appeal.

Which of the following courts have the power to grant permission to appeal?

Answers:

A. The Court of Appeal only.

B. The Supreme Court only.

C. The House of Lords only.

D. The Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.

E. The Court of Appeal and the House of Lords.

Correct answer:

D. The Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.

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