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Tribunals (Scotland) Act 2014

Section 56 – Participation of non-parties

202.It is only a party in a case who can apply for a review of a Tribunal decision under section 43 or appeal a Tribunal decision under section 46 or 48. Section 56(2) enables the Scottish Ministers, by regulations, to make provision so that persons falling within a specified description can be regarded as a party to a case for the purposes of sections 43, 46 and 48.

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