(1) A person who was not a party to the proceeding in the court appealed from may apply to the Court for leave to intervene in an appeal.
(2) The person must satisfy the Court:
(a) that the intervener's contribution will be useful and different from the contribution of the parties to the appeal; and
(b) that the intervention would not unreasonably interfere with the ability of the parties to conduct the appeal as they wish; and
(c) of any other matter that the Court considers relevant.
Note 1: The role of the intervener is solely to assist the Court in resolving the issues raised by the parties.
Note 2: The Court may give leave to the intervener to intervene on conditions, and with the rights, privileges and liabilities (including liabilities for costs), determined by the Court.
Note 3: When giving leave, the Court may specify the form of assistance to be given by the intervener and the manner of participation of the intervener and, in particular:
(a) the matters that the intervener may raise; and
(b) whether the intervener's submissions are to be oral, in writing, or both.
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