- Court of Appeal
- Filing Fee
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This Court shall be comprised of at least three Judges, with the Chief Justice or most senior Judge presiding. The Court of Appeal would have exclusive jurisdiction over:
Appeals filed against Judgments and Awards made by the Court of First Instance;
Interpretation of any article of the DIFC’s laws based upon the request of any of the DIFC’s bodies or the request of any of the DIFC’s establishments provided that the establishment obtains leave of the Chief Justice in this regard. Such interpretation shall have the power of law.
The Court of Appeal lays down the final order or judgement of the Courts and no appeal shall lie from a decision of the Court of Appeal.
The fee for filing an Appellant’s Notice or a Respondent’s Notice shall be US$ 5,000.