On 15 October 2018 this court handed down a judgment on an exception setting aside plaintiff’s particulars of claim and she was given leave to file amended particulars of claim. Plaintiff subsequently filed her amended particulars of claim, however the defendant’s again brought an application for exception on the ground that the amended particulars of claim was still excipiable. On 22 March 2019 this court made the following order:
1. The application for recusal is refused.
2. The exception is upheld.
3. The action is therefore dismissed.
4. No order as to costs
 The aforementioned decision constituted a final order and/or judgment which quashed the action in this matter altogether and therefore section 18(3) of the High Court Act does not apply. In the ordinary course, section 18(3) applies to instances where an interlocutory order is sought to be appealed against and such appeal will be subject to leave of the court which has given the judgment or made the order. However, in this assistance a final order was granted which disposed of the matter and the plaintiff therefore had a right of appeal to the Supreme Court. Parties are directed to have regard to the case of Knouwds NO (in his capacity as Provisional Liquidator of Avid C Investment Corporation (Pty) Ltd v Josea and Another wherein the court held that ‘In terms of s 18(3) of the High Court Act interlocutory orders are not appealable as of right and need the leave of that court . . .’ However in this instance as plaintiff’s claim was dismissed, the plaintiff has an automatic right to appeal and no leave to appeal is required.
 The plaintiff therefore does not require any leave from this court to prosecute her appeal.
 My order is therefore as set out above.