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The Court of Appeal hears all appeals from the Supreme Court and from the Land Court except appeals from the Land Court relating to the determination of hereditary estates and titles (clause 92 of the Constitution).
There is no right of appeal from the decisions of the Court of Appeal. It is the highest court in the Kingdom except in respect of appeals from the Land Court on matters concerning hereditary estates and titles. Those appeals are heard by His Majesty in Privy Council.
The Court of Appeal sits at Nuku’alofa twice a year for up to two weeks each session. The sessions are usually in March/April and September. The rulings of the Court are delivered at the end of each session.