Commentary

I11.342 Power of the First-tier Tribunal to correct its own decisions

IHT, trusts and estates

I11.342 Power of the First-tier Tribunal to correct its own decisions

I11.342 Power of the First-tier Tribunal to correct its own decisions

Administrative errors in decisions or directions sent by the Tribunal, eg spelling mistakes or words evidently missing, can be amended. The Tribunal can do this itself if it notices the mistake, or either party can write to the Tribunal pointing out any mistake and asking for it to be amended. If a decision or direction is amended, a copy will be sent to all parties and if the decision has been published, the Tribunal must make the amendments to the published version1.

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