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5. (1) This article applies, subject to article 3, in relation to any appeal which immediately before commencement is–
(a)pending before an adjudicator, having been remitted to an adjudicator by a court or the Immigration Appeal Tribunal; or
(b)pending before the Immigration Appeal Tribunal.
(2) The Asylum and Immigration Tribunal shall, after commencement, subject to rules under section 106 of the 2002 Act deal with the appeal in the same manner as if it had originally decided the appeal and it was reconsidering its decision .
(3) Following the determination of the appeal by the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal, a party–
(a)may not apply to the appropriate court under section 103A(1); but
(b)may, subject to section 103B(3), bring a further appeal on a point of law to the appropriate appellate court under section 103B(1).
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