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Time Limit For Appeals

Appeals from substantive decisions of the Tribunal are made to the Administrative Court. The time limit for lodging an appeal is 21 days from when the statement of reasons for a decision is given – see Civil Procedure Rules, Rule 52 and Practice Direction 52D. The statement of reasons is contained in the Tribunal’s written Judgment (or in some cases Memorandum), which usually becomes available 2 – 7 weeks after the hearing. The Tribunal is not a party to an appeal from its substantive decisions. For further information, please click here.

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