How do I appeal against a substantive decision of the Tribunal?
Appeals from substantive decisions of the Tribunal lie to the Administrative Court. The Tribunal is not a party to appeals from its substantive decisions.
Appeals from substantive decisions of the Tribunal are made to the Administrative Court. As from 1 October 2013, the time limit for lodging an appeal is 21 days from when the Tribunal’s written Judgment is provided to the parties – see Civil Procedure Rules Rule 52 and Practice Direction 52D. The Tribunal’s written Judgment (or in some cases Memorandum), which usually becomes available 2 – 7 weeks after the hearing.
For further information on how to appeal please contact the Administrative Court Office using the contact details below:
Administrative Court Office
The Royal Courts of Justice
DX 44450 RCJ / STRAND
- Royal Courts of Justice Switchboard: 020 7947 6000
- Issue and General Enquiries: 020 7947 6655