Appeal Tribunal definition

Appeal Tribunal means the all-citizen Tribunal duly appointed by Council to conduct hearings under this By-law; (200-08)
Appeal Tribunal means an appeal tribunal constituted—
Appeal Tribunal means an appeal tribunal constituted under Chapter 1 of Part 2 of the Social Security (Northern Ireland) Order 1998.]2

Examples of Appeal Tribunal in a sentence

  • The decision of the Appeal Tribunal is final and binding on the people involved.

  • Where the sum awarded is varied upon a review of the judgment by the Employment Tribunal or upon appeal to the Employment Appeal Tribunal or a higher appellate court, then interest will accrue in the same way (from "the calculation day"), but on the award as varied by the higher court and not on the sum originally awarded by the Tribunal.

  • Every organisation bound by this policy will recognise and enforce any decision of a Tribunal or Appeal Tribunal under this policy.

  • The Tribunal hearing procedure shall be followed for the Appeal Tribunal.

  • A planning appeal may be instituted by lodging a notice of appeal with the Registrar of the Resource Management and Planning Appeal Tribunal.


More Definitions of Appeal Tribunal

Appeal Tribunal means a League Independent Tribunal or Zone Independent Tribunal appointed under Regulation 5 of these Regulations or the Permit Tribunal as the case may be;
Appeal Tribunal means the Prison Officers Appeal Tribunal constituted under section 107;
Appeal Tribunal means the Employment Appeal Tribunal; “CAC” means the Central Arbitration Committee;
Appeal Tribunal. ’ means an appeal tribunal established in terms of section 41; 40
Appeal Tribunal means the all-citizen Tribunal duly appointed by Council to conduct hearings under this By-law; (0191-2008)
Appeal Tribunal means the Appeal Tribunal constituted and acting in accordance with section 28 of this Act as amended by the Administration of Justice Act 1969;
Appeal Tribunal means the appeal tribunal established pursuant to section 7(1)(b) of Lloyd’s Act 1982;