768. Tribunals in England.

In relation to England1, Agricultural Land Tribunals have been abolished and their functions transferred to the First-tier Tribunal2. Application to and proceedings of the First-tier Tribunal are regulated by rules3.

Where, after the First-tier Tribunal has made a decision for the purposes of certain enactments4, a party seeks permission to appeal, effect must not be given to the decision unless and until the Tribunal otherwise orders following the conclusion of the appeal; and the Tribunal may, in a case relating to a notice to quit, postpone (or further postpone) the date at which the tenancy is to be terminated by