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Appeals

An appeal from a final judgment of a Youth Court magistrate, or a judicial registrar lies to a single judge of the Supreme Court, except where the action relates to a major indictable offence, in which case it is the Full Court of the Supreme Court [s 22(2)(b) Youth Court Act 1993 (SA)].

An appeal from a final judgment of a Youth Court judge lies to the Full Court of the Supreme Court [s 22(2)(a) Youth Court Act 1993 (SA)].

Appeals  :  Last Revised: Tue Feb 27th 2018
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