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Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Act 2014

Appeal from First-tier Tribunal
Section 34 – Appeal from the First-tier Tribunal

48.This section provides that most decisions of the First-tier Tribunal can be appealed to the Upper Tribunal by a party in the case on a point of law. The appeal needs either the permission of the First-tier Tribunal or the Upper Tribunal. Subsection (5) lists the provisions where decisions of the First-tier Tribunal are final and cannot be appealed.

Section 35 – Disposal of an appeal under section 34

49.This section provides for the Upper Tribunal’s consideration of an appeal from the First-tier Tribunal. When reaching a decision the Upper Tribunal may uphold or quash the decision of the First-tier Tribunal, and if it quashes it, it may remake the decision or remit the case back to the First-tier Tribunal with any directions the Upper Tribunal sees fit.

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