An appeal is a creation of the statute and no amount of consent can confer a jurisdiction which is not otherwise vested in it. An appeal to the Appellate Division shall lie as of right against the decision of the the High Court Division.
Article 103 of the Constitution provides that the Appellate Division shall have jurisdiction to hear and determine appeals from judgments, decrees, orders or sentences of the High Court Division. An appeal to the Appellate Division shall lie as of right where the High Court Division- (a) certifies that the case involves a substantial question of law as to the interpretation of the Constitution; or (b) has sentenced or confirmed the sentence of a person to death or to imprisonment for life; or (c) has imposed punishment on a person for contempt of that division; and in other cases if the Appellate Division grants leave to appeal and also pursuant to Acts of Parliament.
Law for Nations has represented a number of Civil and Criminal Appeal cases successfully.