The article said that to file an appeal with the Supreme Court, you had to hire an Israeli lawyer and pay filing fees. That means that the cost of an appeal will put it out of reach for many, perhaps most, people. It also means that getting a resolution will be time consuming. The net result is to ensure that there are very few appeals, and the checks on the powers of confiscation are being substantially watered down. There is no mention of any compelling reason to water them down. Haaretz presents this fairly. You just didn't get the point.
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