Credit Institutions (Stabilisation) Act 2010
Limitation of certain rights of appeal to the Supreme Court.
64.— (1) The determination of the Court of an application for leave to apply for judicial review, or an application for judicial review, is final and no appeal lies from the decision of the Court to the Supreme Court in either case, except with the leave of the Court.
(2) A direction order, special management order, subordinated liabilities order or transfer order, and an order varying such an order or setting it aside, is final and no appeal lies from the order of the Court to the Supreme Court except with the leave of the Court.
(3) The Court shall grant leave under subsection (1) or (2) only if the Court certifies that its decision involves a point of law of exceptional public importance and that it is desirable in the public interest that an appeal should be taken to the Supreme Court.
(4) On an appeal from a determination of the Court in respect of an application referred to in subsection (1), or an appeal from an order referred to in subsection (2), the Supreme Court—
(a) has jurisdiction to determine only the point of law certified by the Court under subsection (3), as the case may be (and to make only such order in the proceedings as follows from that determination), and
(b) shall, in determining the appeal, act as expeditiously as possible consistent with the administration of justice.
(5) This section does not apply to a determination of the Court in so far as it involves a question as to the validity of any law having regard to the provisions of the Constitution.