Appeals Tribunal definition

Appeals Tribunal or “AT” means the Body responsible for hearing and determining appeals set out in section 9;
Appeals Tribunal means the Australian Financial Institutions Appeals Tribunal established under the Australian Financial Institutions Commission Act 1992 of Queensland;
Appeals Tribunal means the Australian Financial Institutions Appeals Tribunal established under the AFIC Act;

Examples of Appeals Tribunal in a sentence

  • Forms on which an AAT appeal may be lodged are available from the AAT Registry in each State by writing to GPO Box 9955 in each capital city, phoning 1800 228 333 or from the Administrative Appeals Tribunal website at www.aat.gov.au.

  • If an Appellant lodges a valid Notice of Appeal to be dealt with by an Internal Appeals Tribunal, the Internal Appeals Tribunal will determine the matter.

  • The Appeals Tribunal will give oral and/or written reasons for its decision.

  • The Respondent to an Appeals Tribunal will be given the opportunity to file a written submission in response to the Notice of Appeal.

  • The Appeals Tribunal will not allow a party to call a witness to give evidence in relation to any matter outside of the Ground(s) of Appeal relied upon by the Appellant.


More Definitions of Appeals Tribunal

Appeals Tribunal means the Appeal Authority as contemplated in the Act;
Appeals Tribunal means the tribunal established under section 36;
Appeals Tribunal means the Body responsible for hearing and determining appeals pursuant to section 10;
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);
Appeals Tribunal means the Irish Financial Services Appeals Tribunal established by section 57C;
Appeals Tribunal means the Health Appeals Tribunal established under section 4;
Appeals Tribunal means the tribunal established under section 77;