Any party to a case1 has a right of appeal to the Upper Tribunal2 on any point of law arising from a decision made by the First-tier Tribunal3 other than an excluded decision4. The types of decision which are excluded for these purposes are specified in the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 20075. Other decisions of the First-tier Tribunal may be specified as excluded decisions by order made by the Lord Chancellor6.
The right of appeal may be exercised only with permission7, which may be given on an application by the party8. A party seeking permission to appeal to the
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