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Prior to the 1951 judicial reorganization, Supreme Court appellate jurisdiction was rarely invoked; on average there were about seven appeals per year. Thus decisions of the Superior Court, particularly in civil cases, often established Delaware law. In the absence of an appeal that law became final and accepted as binding authority. Many such rulings were published in the official Delaware Reports and in the Atlantic Reporter. Given the public interest in having the law “settled” (as well as right), some Superior Court opinions published a half-century ago and more are still valid Delaware law.
Therefore Delaware does not have a Court of Appeals Source

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