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Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Act 2014

Section 42 – Decision on remittal

56.This section sets out that, when considering a petition remitted from the Court of Session, the Upper Tribunal, in determining the issues raised, has the same powers as the Court of Session and will apply the same principles that the Court of Session would when considering a petition for judicial review. An order made by the Upper Tribunal in these circumstances will have the same effect as if it was made by the Court of Session. This section does not limit the right of appeal from the Upper Tribunal to the Court of Session.

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