Where permission to appeal has been refused by the First-tier Tribunal1, application for permission to appeal can be made directly to the Upper Tribunal2. The application must contain specified information and be accompanied by specified documents3 and, if notice is given outside of the permitted time limits4, must include an application for an extension of time5.
If the Upper Tribunal gives permission to appeal, it must send written notice of the permission and of the reasons for any limitations or conditions on such permission to each party6. Subject to any
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