Court of Appeal Act 2014

Construction of references in respect of decisions of High Court being final subject to further appeal in certain circumstances

75. Without prejudice to the generality of section 74 , a reference (howsoever expressed) contained in any enactment passed or made before the establishment day, to a decision or determination of the High Court which is stated to be final, subject to a right of appeal to the Supreme Court in certain circumstances, including by way of certification or leave of the High Court, or as the case may be, the Supreme Court—

(a) shall be construed as being without prejudice to Article 34.5.4° of the Constitution, and

(b) in respect of a reference in that regard to the “Supreme Court”, shall be construed as a reference to the Court of Appeal unless the context otherwise requires.