A5.612 Case management powers

Administration and compliance

A5.612 Case management powers

A5.612 Case management powers

The Upper Tribunal may regulate its own procedures and has the same case management powers as the First-tier Tribunal (see A5.606). In addition it can also1:


    •     suspend the effect of a decision where a party has made an application for permission to appeal or whilst an appeal is on-going, and


    •     ask the First-tier Tribunal to provide documents in relation to any decision and the reasons for that decision2. This power enables the Upper Tribunal to have all the information and reasons for decisions before it when it considers appeals and permissions to appeal

The Upper Tribunal may give a direction itself or on written application by either or all of the parties (unless the application is made orally on the day of the hearing). Written notification of any directions will usually be sent to all parties,

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