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4.—(1) The Tribunal may hear and determine appeals from licensing decisions.
(2) On determining such appeals, the Tribunal may make such order as it thinks fit as to the payment by any party of costs.
(3) Subsections (9)(b), (10)(a) and (b) and (12) of section 46 of the 1974 Act(1) (Tribunal rules about procedure for hearings etc.) apply in relation to appeals from licensing decisions as they apply in relation to applications or complaints made by virtue of any provision of the 1974 Act.
(4) Subsection (11) of section 46 of the 1974 Act applies in relation to appeals from licensing decisions as it applies in relation to applications or complaints made by virtue of any provision of the 1974 Act and has effect as if for the words from “the applicant” to “application)” there were substituted “any party to the appeal”.
Section 46(9) was amended by sections 177 and 210 of, and paragraphs 1, 47(1) and (5) of Schedule 16 and Schedule 23 to, the Legal Services Act 2007.
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