If any party to proceedings before a rent assessment committee in Wales is dissatisfied in point of law with its decision, he may appeal from it to the High Court1 or require the committee to state a case for the opinion of the High Court2. It is the duty of a rent assessment committee to furnish a statement, either written or oral, of the reasons for its decision if requested, on or before the giving or notification of the decision, to do so3.
In most cases, the appropriate procedure for challenging the decision of a rent assessment committee is by
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