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Government of Wales Act 2006

Tribunal proceedings

763.Any tribunal (as defined by section 158(1)) can refer a devolution issue direct to the Court of Appeal. Tribunals from which there is no appeal must make such a reference (paragraph 8). In either case, the Court of Appeal’s decision can be appealed to the Supreme Court, subject to permission having been granted by either the Court of Appeal or the Supreme Court (paragraph 11).

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