Courts of Justice Act, 1936

Case stated by judge of the Circuit Court.

22.—A judge of the Circuit Court shall, if an application in that behalf is made by any party to any matter pending before him and all other parties to such matter consent, refer any question of law arising in such matter to the Supreme Court by way of case stated for the determination of the Supreme Court unless such judge is of opinion that such question of law is not of sufficient importance to justify such reference.