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Q.C.A. - Court of Appeal - Queensland (Australia)


Neutral legal citation for the Queensland Court of Appeal (Q.C.A.).

The Q.C.A. is an appellate division of the Queensland Supreme Court and hears all appeals from the Supreme and District Courts, and several Queensland administrative tribunals.

The court does not hear entire cases or have a jury, and deals only with the subject of the appeal. It is made up of three or five judges of the Supreme Court who consider the grounds of the appeal and make a judgment.

See, also, the legal citation QSC (Supreme Court of Queensland, trial division).

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