The Cable Television Networks (Regulations) Ordinance Act, 1995
15. Appeal —
(1) Any person aggrieved by any decision of the court adjudicating of confiscation of the equipment may prefer an appeal of the court to which an appeal lies from the decision of such court.
(2). The appellate court may, after giving the appellant an opportunity of being heard, pass such orders as it thins fit confirming, modifying or revising the decision appealed against or may send back the case with such directions as it may think fit for a fresh decision or adjudication, as the case may be, after taking additional evidence if necessary.
(3) No further appeal shall lie against the order of the court made under sub section(2).
Any decision of the court adjudicating a confiscation of the equipment is appeasable.
An appeal lies to the court to which an appeal lies from the decision of such court.
Only a person who is aggrieved by the decision of the adjudicating court has right to prefer an appeal.
The period of limitation for filling an appeal is 30 days (not I month).
The appellate court-
(i) Is bound to give the appellant an opportunity of being heard and
(ii) Has powers to confirm, modify or revise the decision appealed against, or to send back the case for a fresh decision or adjudication.
No appeal shall lie against the order of the appellate court.