Divisional Court – As well as having an original jurisdiction of their own, all three divisions of the High Court have appellate jurisdiction to hear appeals from lower Courts and tribunals.
– The Divisional Court of the Chancery Division deals with appeals in bankruptcy matters from the County Court.
– The Divisional Court of the Queen’s Bench Division deals largely with certain appeals on points of law from many Courts.
– The Divisional Court of the Family Division deals largely with appeals from Magistrates Courts in matrimonial matters a ‘next friend’ or ‘guardian ad litem’
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