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Question 1: [1] This was instituted by the ________, with the Appellate Jurisdiction Act 1876 giving an almost limitless right of appeal to the Lords.
United Kingdom legislationJudicature ActsLord ChancellorStatutory Instrument (UK)

Question 2:
When was Court of Appeal of England and Wales established?

Question 3: It hears all appeals in criminal cases, from Magistrates' Courts and the ________.
County CourtCrown CourtCircuit judge (UK)Solicitor

Question 4:
Where is Court of Appeal of England and Wales?

Question 5: Under the ________, the appeal must have "a real prospect of success", or there must be "some other compelling reason why the appeal should be heard" for it to be accepted.
United Kingdom competition lawCivil Procedure Rules 1998English lawUnited Kingdom labour law

Question 6: The Court of Appeal of England and Wales is the second most senior court in the English legal system, with only the ________ above it.
Politics of the United KingdomConstitution of the United KingdomLaw of the United KingdomSupreme Court of the United Kingdom

Question 7: The Civil Division is led by the ________, currently Lord Neuberger, who uses the postnominal MR; the Chancellor of the High Court and President of the Family Division regularly, for a period of weeks, lead the Civil Division.
Chancellor of the High CourtAttorney General for England and WalesJudges' CouncilMaster of the Rolls

Question 8: The new legal structure had a single Court of Appeal, split into two divisions, hearing appeals from a unified ________ made up of the King's Bench, Chancery and Common Pleas Divisions.
High Court of JusticeCourts of England and WalesJudges' CouncilJudiciary of England and Wales

Question 9: Lords Justices have, since 1946, been drawn exclusively from the ________; prior to this, Lords Justices were (rarely) recruited directly from the Bar.
Judiciary of England and WalesHigh Court of JusticeCourts of England and WalesJudges' Council

Question 10: In its early days, the Court of Appeal divided its sittings between ________ for appeals from the High Court and Lincoln's Inn for Chancery, Probate, Divorce and Admiralty appeals, with five Lords Justices.
Palace of WhitehallTower of LondonPalace of WestminsterWestminster Abbey


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