Court of Appeal of New Zealand

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The Court of Appeal of New Zealand is principal intermediate appellate court of New Zealand.wikipedia
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Supreme Court of New Zealand

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In practice, most appeals are resolved at this intermediate appellate level, rather than in the Supreme Court.
The inaugural bench (with the exception of the chief justice, who had automatic appointment) were the most senior judges of the New Zealand Court of Appeal at the time.

New Zealand

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The Court of Appeal of New Zealand is principal intermediate appellate court of New Zealand.
New Zealand's judiciary, headed by the chief justice, includes the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, the High Court, and subordinate courts.

High Court of New Zealand

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The Court of Appeal has existed as a separate court since 1862 but, until 1957, it was composed of Judges of the High Court sitting periodically in panels.
The High Court comprises the Chief Justice of New Zealand (who is head of the Judiciary) and up to 55 other Judges (which includes the Judges of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal).

David Collins (judge)

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David Collins (born 18 March 1954) is a Judge of the Court of Appeal of New Zealand.

Stephen Kós

Stephen Kós, QC (born 23 January 1959) is a New Zealand justice who has been President of the Court of Appeal of New Zealand since 22 July 2016.

Ellen France

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She is currently a Justice of the Supreme Court, and was previously the president of the Court of Appeal.

Mark O'Regan

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He was the President of the Court of Appeal of New Zealand until his elevation to the Supreme Court of New Zealand in 2014.

Appellate court

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The Court of Appeal of New Zealand is principal intermediate appellate court of New Zealand.
The Court of Appeal of New Zealand, located in Wellington, is New Zealand's principal intermediate appellate court.

Noel Anderson

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Sir Noel Crossley Anderson is a New Zealand judge who was President of the Court of Appeal of New Zealand from 2004 to 2006, before being elevated to the Supreme Court.

William Young (judge)

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Sir William Gillow Gibbes Austen Young (born 14 April 1952) is a Supreme Court Judge, and former President of the Court of Appeal of New Zealand.

Clifford Richmond

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Sir Clifford Parris "Kip" Richmond (23 June 1914 – 29 January 1997) was a New Zealand lawyer and judge, and former president of the Court of Appeal of New Zealand.

Robin Cooke, Baron Cooke of Thorndon

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He held this position until 1976 when he was elevated to the New Zealand Court of Appeal (at that time the country's highest local court).

Alfred Kingsley North

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He was President of the Court of Appeal of New Zealand from 1963 until his retirement in 1972.

Thomas Gault

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His first appointment to the bench was as a Judge of the High Court in 1987, followed three years later by being made a member of the Court of Appeal.

Owen Woodhouse

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Woodhouse was appointed a Judge of the New Zealand Supreme Court in 1961, and then the New Zealand Court of Appeal in 1974.

Ivor Richardson

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After a period back in public practice in Wellington he was appointed as a judge in the High Court of New Zealand in 1977 and subsequently to the Court of Appeal in the same year.

Thaddeus McCarthy (judge)

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McCarthy was appointed to the Supreme Court bench in 1957, and from 1958 onwards he served periodically as a temporary judge of the Court of Appeal of New Zealand.

Sentencing and Parole Reform Act 2010

In August 2016, the Court of Appeal in R v Harrison & Ors established the scope of the "manifestly unjust" provision in section 86E.

Senior Courts Act 2016

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The Senior Courts Act 2016 (Public Act 2016 No 48) is an Act of the Parliament of New Zealand which governs the High Court, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of New Zealand.

Molesworth Street, Wellington

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Other prominent buildings on or near Molesworth Street include the Court of Appeal, St Paul's Cathedral (Anglican), National Library of New Zealand, and Sacred Heart Cathedral (Catholic).

Wellington

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It is located in Wellington.