The Supreme Court has its own Directions which replace the Civil, Criminal and Taxation Directions and standing orders of the Appellate Committee Practice of the House of Lords.
The withdrawal of the UK from the European Union affects the provisions of the Practice Directions relating to references to the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Following the withdrawal of the UK, there are instances where the Supreme Court will be asked to depart from any retained EU case law or, where the application or appeal relates to a decision by the court appealed from, to depart from any retained EU case law.
Revisions are made to the court forms and to Practice Directions 3, 4 and 11 to reflect these developments.
|Practice direction 1||General note and the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court|
|Practice direction 2||The registry of the Supreme Court|
|Practice direction 3||Applications for permission to appeal|
|Practice direction 4||Notice of appeal|
|Practice direction 5||Papers for the appeal hearing|
|Practice direction 6||The appeal hearing|
|Practice direction 7||Applications, documents, forms and orders|
|Practice direction 8||Miscellaneous matters|
|Practice direction 9||The Human Rights Act 1998|
|Practice direction 10||Devolution jurisdiction|
|Practice direction 11||The European Court of Justice|
|Practice direction 12||Criminal proceedings|
|Practice direction 13||Costs|
|Practice direction 14||Filing documents in the registry of the Supreme Court by electronic means|