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Appeals are always statutory. If you can't find a statutory appeal from a tribunal decision or a government action, you are probably looking at consideration of judicial review.

Courts of Justice Act and Rules of Civil Procedure Provisions

Rule 61 - Appeals to an Appellate Court
Rule 62 - Appeals from Interlocutory Orders and Other Appeals to a Judge
CJA 17 - Appeals to Superior Court of Justice
CJA 119 - Power of court on appeal
CJA 132 - Judge not to hear appeal from own decision
CJA 133 - Leave to appeal required
CJA 134 - Powers on appeal

Sometimes when dealing with appeals you may want to suspend the order below (called a 'stay'). For this see Injunctions and Stays


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