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date of judgment

Most appeals must be launched within 30 days after the date of the judgment or order being appealed.  The date of the judgment or order means:

  1. the date of filing written reasons for judgment or fiat with the registrar, local registrar or chambers clerk of the lower court; or
  2. where the judgment or order has been pronounced in court or chambers with no provision for written reasons to follow, the date of the oral pronouncement.
defendant

The individual, company or organization who defends a legal action taken by a plaintiff and against whom the court has been asked to order damages or specific corrective action