Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998 No 157
(1) A party to an application for an order under this Division who is
dissatisfied with an order of the Children’s Court transferring, or
refusing to transfer, a child protection order to a participating State, may,
in accordance with the rules of the District Court, appeal to the District
Court against the order.
(2) An appeal under subsection (1):
(a) must be instituted, and (except where instituted by the
Director-General) written notice of it must be served on the Director-General,
within 10 working days after the day on which the order complained of was
(b) operates as a stay of an order transferring the child protection
order to a participating State.
(3) The District Court cannot extend the time limit fixed by
subsection (2) (a).
(4) Section 91 (2)–(6) and (8) apply to an appeal under this
section as if the appeal were an appeal under section 91 and as if the term
“order” in section 91 (2) referred to the order to transfer or
refuse to transfer the child protection order.