1. A party adversely affected by a decision referred to in Rule 157  may lodge an Application for leave to appeal to the Court of Appeal within 15 days of service of the decision of the Court.
2. The Application for leave to appeal shall set out:
(a) the reasons why the appeal should be heard;
(b) where necessary, the facts, evidence and arguments relied on.
3. The Application for leave to appeal shall be assigned to the standing judge (Rule 345.5 and .8 ) who shall decide on granting leave to appeal.
4. If leave to appeal a cost decision is granted the standing judge shall decide the appeal.
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The decision of the judge-rapporteur as to costs only may be appealed to the Court of Appeal in accordance with Rule 221.
5. The President of the Court of First Instance or a judge to whom he has delegated this task in a division, the seat of the central division or one of its sections shall designate the judges assigned to each division, the seat of the central division and each of its sections as standing judges for urgent actions. The assignment may be limited to certain periods of time.
8. Paragraphs 1 to 6 shall apply - to the Court of Appeal; the President of the Court of Appeal exercising the respective functions.