During an appeal hearing, the parties will present their cases. The party who files the appeal, also known as the appellant, will go first. The party that the appeal is filed against is the respondent.
The General Division of the High Court hears appeals against decisions of the State Courts, while the Court of Appeal hears appeals against decisions of the High Court. If you are the appellant, the appellate court will notify you of your hearing details after you file your appeal.
This is the process during an appeal hearing, from the appellant's point of view: