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Energy Act 2008

Interim arrangements pending review of determination

221.Paragraphs 28 to 32 provide for the Tribunal to have the power to make interim arrangements (such as the suspension of a scheme, or the granting of interim access to property included in a scheme) pending the outcome of an appeal. For example, if a successful bidder is appealing the Authority’s decision not to transfer a particular asset, it could apply to the Tribunal for emergency interim access to that asset.

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