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Tribunals (Scotland) Act 2014

Section 55 – Process for permission

200.Section 55(1) enables the Scottish Ministers, by regulations, to specify time limits within which permission to appeal must be sought.

201.Section 55(2) provides that a decision of the First-tier Tribunal or the Upper Tribunal to refuse permission to appeal a decision of the First-tier Tribunal to the Upper Tribunal cannot be the subject of review or appeal under the Act. Similarly, a decision of the Upper Tribunal to refuse permission to appeal a decision of the Upper Tribunal to the Court of Session cannot be reviewed or appealed under the Act.

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