Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2005
Current version for 9 April 2020 to date (accessed 6 June 2020 at 11:14)
51.25   Preparation of Appeal Book
(cf SCR Part 51, rule 31)
(1)  Unless the Court directs otherwise, the Appeal Book must be prepared by the appellant in accordance with this rule.
(2)  It must be divided into sections in accordance with rule 51.26.
(3)  The pages in each section must be numbered consecutively and, if a section exceeds 300 pages, it must be bound in separate volumes of not more than 250 pages.
(4)  The contents must be printed, or otherwise reproduced, with a 5 millimetre margin on the right hand side of each page and evenly marked in the margin with the letters “A” to “Z”.
(5)  Each section must have a title page setting out the full and correct title of the proceedings, including the following—
(a)  title of the court below,
(b)  names of the solicitors for each party,
(c)  the address for service for each party,
(d)  the telephone, email address, facsimile and reference number of each party.
(6)  The index must follow, showing the page number where each document is reproduced and, in the case of exhibits, the page of the Black or Combined Book containing the transcript where the exhibit was marked.
(7)  If a section is bound in 2 or more volumes, each volume must contain an index of the entire section, unless otherwise directed by the Court.
(8)  This Subdivision prevails over rule 4.3 to the extent of any inconsistency.
Note.
 Under rule 51.39, the Court may order the use of a White Folder instead of the preparation of an Appeal Book and submissions.