Where a notice of appeal had been lodged, which was intended to be against the order of one judge, but was in terms identifying a different court, and ample opportunity had been given to amend it after the mistake had been pointed out, the Court of Appeal would not allow an amendment at the hearing. Much court time had been wasted because papers were not in order.
Times 08-Jul-1999,  EWCA Civ 1643
England and Wales
Updated: 07 June 2021; Ref: scu.146558