ON APPEAL FROM THE HIGH COURT
BRISTOL COUNTY COURT
(His Honour Judge o'Malley)
7 December 2001
B e f o r e :
|on the application of|
|RITA FLEURETTE GREGORY||Claimant/Applicant|
|JOYCE RITA GREGORY||Claimant|
The Respondents were not present and were not represented
Crown Copyright ©
Friday 7 December 2001
"No appeal may be made against a decision of a court under this section to give or refuse permission..."
"Notice of the hearing need not be given to the respondent unless the court so directs. The appeal court will usually so direct if the appellant is asking for a remedy against the respondent pending the appeal."
"(2) The Court of Appeal will not give permission unless it considers that -
(a) the appeal would raise an important point of principle or practice; or
(b) there is some other compelling reason for the Court of Appeal to hear it."