There is a general right of appeal to the Court of Appeal on any point of law arising from a decision made by the Upper Tribunal1. Certain decisions of the Upper Tribunal cannot be appealed under these provisions, including any procedural, ancillary or preliminary decision made in relation to an appeal against an immigration or asylum decision2, a decision on an application for permission to appeal3, a decision relating to a review or setting-aside of an earlier decision of the tribunal4, or a decision that is set aside5. The right of appeal may be exercised only with permission given
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