The most well-known Divisional Court is that of the Administrative Court, which is a specialist court in the Queen's Bench Division which deals with criminal and judicial review cases, and which runs both single-judge courts and Divisional Courts. There are also Divisional Courts of the Family and Chancery Divisions to deal with certain cases.
The usual constitution of a Divisional Court is one Lord Justice of Appeal and one High Court Judge, in comparison to other sittings of the High Court which are usually before a single High Court Judge.
Grace Periods and Divisional Patent Applications.(Mont Adventure Equipment Pty Limited v Phoenix Leisure Group Pty Limited)(Case overview)
Apr 07, 2010; Recent case law confirms the priority date of a divisional patent application is the priority date of the parent patent...