RE: Panigrahi v Prime Minister of UK our ref: CA-2023-0007503
Civil Appeals - Registry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tue, 18 Jul at 14:13
Your papers were referred to the Jurisdiction Lawyer Levey of the Court of Appeal who has asked me to inform you of the following:
I refer to the appellant’s notice filed by the applicant seeking permission to appeal various orders, including those of HHJ Parfitt and DJ Lightman. The date given in section 2 of the appellant’s notice is 15 April 2023.
No order dated 15 April 2023 has been provided. However, the following orders have been filed:
The order of HHJ Parfitt of 19 January 2021 - The Court of Appeal has no jurisdiction to entertain an appeal against a Circuit Judge sitting in the County Court (see article 5 of the Access to Justice Act 1999 (Destination of Appeals) Order 2016). An appeal lies instead to a High Court Judge. Furthermore, there is no right of appeal against a refusal of permission to appeal (see section 54(4) of the Access to Justice Act 1999).
The order of DJ Lightman dated 21 June 2021 - The Court of Appeal has no jurisdiction to entertain an appeal from a decision of a District Judge. An appeal lies instead to a Circuit Judge, sitting in the County Court, pursuant to article 5(3) of the Access to Justice Act 1999 (Destination of Appeals) Order 2016.
Accordingly, this Court has no jurisdiction in respect to the orders filed.
Unless the applicant files an order in respect to which this Court does have jurisdiction within 7 days, this matter will be closed.
Mr Keith De Bordes
Civil Appeals Office| Room E308 | Royal Courts of Justice Strand | London | WC2A 2LL | DX 44456 Strand | Tel: 0207 947 7784 | Email: Civilappeals.email@example.com
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