Court of Appeal of New Brunswick

The Court of Appeal of New Brunswick (frequently referred to as New Brunswick Court of Appeal or NBCA) is the court of appeal in the province of New Brunswick. There are five Justices, one Chief Justice, any former judge of the Court of Appeal who is a supernumerary judge and any former Chief Justice of New Brunswick who is a judge or a supernumerary judge. The court sits in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Cases are heard by a panel of three judges.

The current Chief Justice is The Honourable Ernest Drapeau.

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