Insolvency Practitioners Regulation Act 2019

Appeals in respect of licensing and related matters

21 Appeals in respect of licensing and related matters

(1)

A person may appeal to the court against any decision of an accredited body or the Registrar to—

(a)

decline to issue a licence to the person; or

(b)

include conditions under section 12(1)(b) or (c) on the person’s licence or proposed licence (or to act under section 12(3)); or

(c)

suspend or cancel the person’s licence; or

(d)

make any other order under subpart 5 in respect of the person.

(2)

A person may appeal to the court against any decision of a disciplinary body to suspend or cancel the person’s licence unless the rules of the accredited body provide for an appeal against the decision to a body established to hear appeals against the disciplinary body’s decisions.

(3)

An appeal to the court under this section must be brought—

(a)

in accordance with the rules of court; and

(b)

within 20 working days after notice of the decision is communicated to the appellant, or within any further time the court allows on application made before or after the period expires.

Compare: 2011 No 21 s 24