||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 261 (Mar)
||Court of Appeal, Civil Division
Ward and Keene LJJ
||The wife appeared in person.
||The husband appeared in person.
||18 March 2002
Practice - Family proceedings - Ancillary relief - Appeal - District judge making order in ancillary relief proceedings - Husband applying for permission to appeal against order - Circuit judge refusing permission to appeal - Whether appeal lying from district judge to circuit judge by right in family proceedings.
Although there was a requirement for permission to appeal from a district judge's order in order to get an appeal before the circuit judge in county court proceedings or a High Court judge in the High Court, that requirement did not apply to family proceedings as appeal lay from the district judge to the circuit judge by right.
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