(1) A respondent who wants to appeal from part of a judgment or an order must file a notice of cross-appeal, in accordance with Form 123.
(2) The notice of cross-appeal must state:
(a) the part of the judgment, or the order, to which the cross-appeal relates; and
(b) briefly but specifically, the grounds relied on in support of the cross-appeal; and
(c) the judgment or orders the respondent wants instead of that appealed from.
Note 1: For the parties who must be joined to the cross-appeal, see rule 36.31(3).
Note 2: A lawyer may file a notice of cross-appeal starting migration litigation only if the notice includes or is accompanied by a certificate under section 486I of the Migration Act 1958 , signed by the lawyer.
Note 3: For migration litigation, lawyer has the meaning given by section 5 of the Migration Act 1958 .