62 Appeal against decision on registration or removalS
(1)A body which is aggrieved by a decision of the Scottish Ministers—
(a)not to register it as a social landlord, or
(b)to remove or not to remove it from the register of social landlords,
may appeal against the decision to the Court of Session.
(2)If an appeal is brought against a decision relating to the removal of a body from the register, the Scottish Ministers must not remove the body from the register until the appeal has been finally determined or is withdrawn.
(3)As soon as may be after an appeal is brought against a decision relating to the removal of a body which is an industrial and provident society from the register, the Scottish Ministers must give notice of the appeal to the Financial Services Authority.
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