Commentary

A5.616 Decisions of the Upper Tribunal

Administration and compliance

A5.616 Decisions of the Upper Tribunal

A5.616 Decisions of the Upper Tribunal

The Upper Tribunal may give a decision orally at the hearing1. If the decision concludes the case, a written decision, together with information on appeal rights must be sent to all parties as soon as reasonably practicable after the decision is made (there is no definition of 'reasonably practicable')2.

Unless all parties have agreed, or the decision was made with the consent of all parties, the reasons for the decision must also be sent with the decision notice3. As the Upper Tribunal is a superior court of record4, the decisions will be published.

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