Can new issues be raised on appeal?It is only in exceptional cases that the appellate court may, in its discretion allow a new point to be raised before it, provided there are good grounds for allowing it to be raised and no prejudice is caused to the opponent. [686G; 688 E-G] Case law considered.
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