French translation: sollicitera l'autorisation d'interjeterappel etc...
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Explanation: SUPREME COURT OF CANADA -- JUDGMENTS ON LEAVE APPLICATIONS
OTTAWA, 13/11/97. THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA HAS TODAY RENDERED
JUDGMENT IN THE FOLLOWING APPLICATIONS FOR LEAVE TO APPEAL.
FROM: SUPREME COURT OF CANADA (613) 995-4330
COUR SUPRÊME DU CANADA -- JUGEMENTS SUR DEMANDES D'AUTORISATION
OTTAWA, 13/11/97. LA COUR SUPRÊME DU CANADA A RENDU JUGEMENT AUJOURD'HUI
DANS LES DEMANDES D'AUTORISATION D'APPEL SUIVANTES.
SOURCE: COUR SUPRÊME DU CANADA (613) 995-4330
--- An appeal where a higher court must give permission to file it. A party must seek leave to appeal when a final order has not been entered, when the appeal is late, or in criminal cases when a defendant has pled guilty and is appealing an issue other than his sentence. An Application for Leave to Appeal explains the legal issues that the appellant wants reviewed, and the facts and law supporting them. The court has final discretion to accept or reject an application.