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Further Appeals On Points Of Law

Volume 98: debated on Wednesday 4 June 1986

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'. — (1) An appeal shall lie to the High Court at the instance of the building society concerned or of the Commission on any question of law arising from any decision of a tribunal uner section (Determination of appeals); and if the court is of the opinion that the decision was erroneous in law, it shall remit the matter to the tribunal for re-hearing and determination by it.

(2) In the application of this section to a building society whose principal office is in Scotland, references to the High Court shall be construed as references to the Court of Session.

(3) No appeal to the Court of Appeal or to the Court of Appeal in Northern Ireland shall be brought from a decision under subsection (1) above except with the leave of that court or of the court or judge from whose decision the appeal is brought.

(4) An appeal shall lie, with the leave of the Court of Session or the House of Lords, from any decision of the Court of Session under this section, and such leave may be given on such terms as to costs, expenses or otherwise as the Court of Session or the House of Lords may determine.'.— [Mr. Ian Stewart.]

Brought up, read the First and Second time, and added to the Bill.