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Tribunals (Scotland) Act 2014

Section 53 – Other appeal rights

197.Section 53 provides that any decision against which there is a right of appeal under any enactment other than the right to review contained in section 43 or the rights of appeal in sections 46 and 48 is an excluded decision. The effect of section 53 is to create a general rule excluding from the rights of review and appeal established by the Act, any decision for which another enactment makes express provision for a right of appeal. Subsection(2) enables the Scottish Ministers, by regulations, to make exceptions to that general rule.

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