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Thanks for your patience. The answer will lie in what proof you have of the lies and perjury that you say has been committed.
What proof do you have that you could show the court?
Are the lies enough to overturn the orders, do you think, or are the things that were lied about not central to the case and the judge's findings?
I don't think you should assume that permission hasn't been granted, it's just that appeals often take a long time to process given the level of judge that has to deal with the application. If the judge is back to back on "live" hearings appeal papers can sit in an in-tray for what seems like forever. I had one recently where the permission decision was made some 4 months after the application to appeal had been submitted.
So don't give up hope yet.
I hope that this answers your question?
I would suggest that you telephone the court directly and ask when the appeal papers are going to be placed before a judge.
Whether you are represented or not should have no bearing on the timescales.
The court's response suggest that it is currently with a judge for review.
An appeal would not normally consider new evidence, but if the evidence pertains to the grounds of appeal then you can ask for permission to submit it, yes.
An addendum is essentially an additional document, adding further information/ grounds.
A c2 form covers most options when you are already in proceedings.
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