My textbook says:
"The Court of Appeal, in its original jurisdiction, hears appeals from the County Court or Supreme Court on points of law, questions of fact or the amount of damages awarded."

Later, it says:
"The appellate jurisdiction of the Court of Appeal is "with leave on a point of law, question of fact or amount of damages awarded from the County and Supreme Court.

So does the Court of Appeal have an original or appellate jurisdiction?
The two sentences in the textbook contradict each other.


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