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Labour Relations Act, 1995 (Act No. 66 of 1995)

Rules for the Conduct of Proceedings in the Labour Court

30. Application for leave to appeal to the Labour Appeal Court

 

 

(Appeal in terms of section 166(1) of the Act. See rule 5 of the Rules of the Labour Appeal Court for the procedure to be followed after leave to appeal has been granted.)

 

1) An application for leave to appeal to the Labour Appeal Court may be made, by way of a statement of the grounds for leave, at the time of the judgment or order.

 

2) If leave to appeal has not been made at the time of judgment or order, an application for leave must be made and the grounds for appeal furnished within 15 days of the date of the judgment or order against which leave to appeal is sought, except that the court may, on good cause shown, extend that period.

 

3) If the reasons or the full reasons for the court's order are given on a date later than the date of the judgment or order, the application for leave to appeal must be made within 10 days after the date on which the reasons are given, except that the court may, on good cause shown, extend that period.

 

3A) Unless the judge from whom leave to appeal is sought otherwise directs, the parties' respective submissions in respect of the application for leave to appeal must be-
a) in writing; and
b) delivered on or before a date fixed by the judge.

 

4) [Subrule (4) deleted by section 9(b) of Government Notice No. R.961 dated 11 July 1997]

 

5) [Subrule (5) deleted by section 9(b) of Government Notice No. R.961 dated 11 July 1997]

 

6) [Subrule (6) deleted by section 9(b) of Government Notice No. R.961 dated 11 July 1997]

 

7) [Subrule (7) deleted by section 9(b) of Government Notice No. R.961 dated 11 July 1997]