Appeals Tribunal definition

Appeals Tribunal means the Appeals Tribunal established under section 47;
Appeals Tribunal means the Appeals Tribunal referred to in rule 2.29;
Appeals Tribunal means the Appeals Tribunal established under section 47; “Authority” means the Central Planning Authority established under section 3(1); “Board” means the Development Control Board established under section 3(3);

Examples of Appeals Tribunal in a sentence

In 1979, principle (c) was altered to reflect the establishment of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.

The changes to Commonwealth administrative law commenced after the passage in 1975 of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act.

The three central components of the administrative law system, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, the Administrative Decisions (Judicial Review) Act (‘AD(JR) Act’) and the Ombudsman, apply to decisions of an administrative character.

The appeal shall be determined within 28 days by an independent Appeals Tribunal appointed by the Board.

An order under section 62 (1) (b), 63 (1) (b), 63 (2), 64 (b), 66 (1), 66 (4) (b) or 67 (2) shall be in accordance with the requirements of the code of practice in force under the Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1989, section 25B (1).


More Definitions of Appeals Tribunal

Appeals Tribunal means the appeal authority as contemplated in the Act.
Appeals Tribunal or “AT” means the Body responsible for hearing and determining appeals set out in section
Appeals Tribunal or “AT” means the Body responsible for hearing and determining appeals set out in section 9;
Appeals Tribunal means the Appeal Authority as contemplated in the Act;
Appeals Tribunal means the Australian Financial Institutions Appeals Tribunal established under the AFIC Act;
Appeals Tribunal means the Australian Financial Institutions Appeals Tribunal established under the Australian Financial Institutions Commission Act 1992 of Queensland;
Appeals Tribunal means the Health Appeals Tribunal established under section 4;