If you think the court made a mistake in your case, it may be possible to appeal. You can't appeal just because you disagree with the decision.
You may be able to appeal if you think the court made a mistake about the law (called an 'error of law'), but not about what happened (called an 'error of fact'). Appealing a decision can be complicated. If you lose, the court may order you to pay the other side's legal costs in the appeal case. Before you appeal, you should get
You must appeal within 21 days of the decision of the court.
If you are out of time, you may still be able to appeal. However, you will need to ask for an extension of time and explain why you did not file your appeal within the time limit.
If you are outside the time to appeal, you should get
legal advice before appealing. If you brought your case in a different court, there may be a different time limit to appeal the decision.