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The appeal is defined as the intervention of a party (or a lawyer) by which it presents orally the claims and defenses at issue; it also presents the evidence that is designed to carry conviction of the court. The High Court, commonly called TGI by industry professionals, is defined as a tribunal to judge in first instance the most important civil cases. The study of the question of the appeal before the High Court raises some issues. We can clearly see that appeals have been more or less a success to civil authorities on innumerable occasions. However, given the current legal environment, there has been a certain decline in appeals, especially since the 2000s.Thus, the judiciary, and especially the lawyers, have been outraged by this situation, because the appeal is one way to convince the judges during the hearing and return the case in their favor. Therefore, it seems essential to examine the real utility of the appeal before the High Court and the future of this notion.

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