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Tribunals (Scotland) Act 2014

Section 63 – Enforcement of decisions

211.This section enables Tribunal Rules to provide for the means by which an order of the Scottish Tribunals giving effect to a decision of the Tribunals is to be enforced.

212.Subsection (3) makes provision so that an order made by the Upper Tribunal under section 58 (judicial review cases) continues to have the same effect as an order made by the Court of Session on a petition for judicial review. Subsection (4), otherwise, enables the Tribunal Rules to make provision by reference to the means by which an order of a sheriff or the Court of Session is enforced.

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