—(1) An appeal to the Court of Appeal shall be by way of rehearing and must be brought by notice of appeal in Form 119.
(2) Notice of appeal may be given either in respect of the whole or in respect of any specified part of the judgment or order of the Court below; and every such notice must state whether the whole or part only, and what part, of the judgment or order is complained of, contain an address for service, and be signed by the appellant or his solicitor.
For the avoidance of doubt, any party who desires to contend that the decision of the Court below should be varied in any event must file and serve a notice of appeal.
(3) The appellant must at the time of filing the notice of appeal provide security for the respondent’s costs of the appeal in the sum of $10,000 or such other sum as may be fixed from time to time by the Chief Justice by —
depositing the sum in the Registry or with the Accountant-General and obtaining a certificate in Form 115; or
procuring an undertaking in Form 116 from his solicitor and filing a certificate in Form 117.
(4) The Court of Appeal may at any time, in any case where it thinks fit, order further security for costs to be given.
(5) The Registrar must assign a number to the notice of appeal and enter the appeal on the list of appeals, stating therein the title of the cause or matter, the name of the appellant and his solicitor, if any, and the date of such entry.
(6) The notice of appeal must be served on all parties to the proceedings in the Court below who are directly affected by the appeal or their solicitors respectively at the time of filing the notice of appeal; and, subject to Rule 10, it shall not be necessary to serve the notice on parties not so affected.