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Energy Act 2008

Review of determinations

219.Paragraphs 23 to 27 provide for appeals against the Authority’s determinations in relation to an application. Affected parties can appeal to the Competition Appeal Tribunal within 21 days of the scheme being made and coming into force or, if the scheme has not yet been made, the determination being made (paragraph 23). The Competition Appeal Tribunal has discretion to allow an appeal which is lodged after the 21 day period has expired.

220.Paragraphs 24 to 27 set out the types of order the Competition Appeal Tribunal may make having considered an appeal. The Tribunal has, among other things, the power to overturn or amend the Authority’s determination of any property scheme, or require the Authority to reconsider any financial matter.

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