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Energy Act 2004

Suspension of decision

589.Paragraph 3 allows the Commission to “stop the clock” on the implementation of a decision once permission to appeal has been granted. This will only be an option where an application has been made for this to happen, the applicant will incur significant costs by the decision taking effect before determination of the appeal and the balance of convenience has been considered. An application may be made by the appellant or another person with interests or functions that entitles him, or would have entitled him, to appeal against GEMA’s decision.

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