INCLUSIONS/EXCLUSIONS CIVIL/FAMILY - NON-JURY - APPEALS TO COURT OF APPEAL

4.5 Inclusions & Exclusions in Civil/Family Transcripts for Appeal


In order to eliminate transcription of evidence that is not required by the appellate court, the 

appellant and respondent in civil appeals may set out an agreement or serve Certificates Respecting 

Evidence setting out exactly which portions of the proceedings are required to be transcribed for 

appeal. Under the Rules  of Civil Procedure the ACT does not have to be provided with these 

certificates or agreements unless they impact transcript preparation. [Practice Direction May 1, 

1993].


Note: The chart setting out those portions of the proceedings to be included/excluded for 

transcripts for appeal to the Court of Appeal must be adhered to unless: (a) there is consent of 

the other party/parties, or (b) there is an order of the Court of Appeal setting out which other 

portions to include.




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