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The tutorial video will help explain the following:

  • What is an appeal?
  • Do I have the right to appeal?
  • When is the deadline to start my appeal?
  • How do I start my appeal?
  • I have started my appeal; what happens next?
  • I have been served with an appeal; what do I do?

If you have any questions regarding this video, the related material or the preparation of an appeal book, please contact:

The Registrar of the Court of Appeal
The Law Courts
1815 Upper Water Street
Halifax, NS B3J 1S7
Phone: (902) 424-8962
E-mail: THE REGISTRAR >>

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This service is for self-represented litigants with civil or family law matters in the Supreme Court or the Court of Appeal only.

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