Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (NSW) No 86a
Historical version for 1 July 2010 to 31 December 2010 (accessed 23 November 2014 at 03:29) Current version
Part 8Division 7Section 162

162   Appeal against Tribunal’s decisions and actions [NSW]

(1)  A person about whom a complaint is referred to the Tribunal, or the complainant, may appeal to the Supreme Court against—
(a)  a decision of the Tribunal with respect to a point of law; or
(b)  the exercise of a power by the Tribunal under Subdivision 6 of Division 3.
(2)  A person who is a party to an appeal to the Tribunal against the exercise by the Chairperson or a Deputy Chairperson of the Tribunal of any power under Subdivision 6 of Division 3 (including the complainant in respect of the matter), may appeal to the Supreme Court against—
(a)  a decision of the Tribunal with respect to a point of law; or
(b)  the exercise of any power by the Tribunal under section 158.
(3)  An appeal under this section must be made within 28 days (or the longer period allowed by the Supreme Court in a particular case) after the handing down of the decision or the exercise of power against which the appeal is made.
(4)  The Supreme Court may stay any order made by the Tribunal, on the terms the Court sees fit, until the time the Court decides the appeal.
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