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Tribunals (Scotland) Act 2014

Section 59 – Additional matters

206.Section 59 makes further provision so that where a petition for judicial review is remitted to the Upper Tribunal, any order made or steps taken by the Court of Session are to be treated as if made or taken by the Tribunal. Subsection (2) enables the procedural rules of the Upper Tribunal to make further provision as to the exercise of the Upper Tribunal’s functions in relation to a petition for judicial review.

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