|386||Title:||HONG KONG WAR MEMORIAL PENSIONS ORDINANCE||Gazette Number:|
|Section:||15||Heading:||Case may be stated for Court of Appeal||Version Date:||30/06/1997|
(1) Before or after the determination of an appeal, the Appeal Board may refer any question of law arising for determination by the Court of Appeal by way of case stated.
(2) On the hearing of the case the Court of Appeal may amend the case or require the Appeal Board to amend the case in such manner as the Court shall specify.
(3) Where the Court of Appeal determines a case stated under this section it shall cause a copy of the case, together with a copy of its opinion thereon, to be sent to the Chairman.
(4) Where the Court of Appeal sends its opinion under subsection (3), the Appeal Board shall determine the relevant appeal having regard to the opinion of the Court.