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Hi, could please explain what these terms mean. A point of law and a point of fact and can appeals to higher courts be done on both points?
A point of law is where a legal representative (typically a barrister) questions the interpretation of the law by a presiding judge
A point of fact is where a legal representative wishes to amend / dispute a fact that was taken as being correct in an earlier hearing