HC Deb 16 May 1916 vol 82 cc1457-8

(1) Where a decision of a local tribunal has been varied on appeal to the Appeal Tribunal, any certificate of exemption granted in pursuance thereof shall be reviewed or renewed only by the Appeal Tribunal on an application made direct to that tribunal, and the provisions of the principal Act as to the review or renewal of certificates of exemption shall apply accordingly.

(2) A certificate of exemption may be granted under the principal Act subject to the condition that the certificate shall not be renewable or open to review except on an application made with the leave of the tribunal, and unless leave is so given, the provisions of the principal Act as to the renewal or review of certificates shall not apply to a certificate granted subject to such a condition.

The decision of the tribunal granting or refusing leave under this provision shall be final.

Amendment made: In Sub-section (1), after the word "tribunal" ["renewed only by the Appeal Tribunal"], insert the words "by whom the decision has been varied or by such other Appeal Tribunal as may be provided by regulations."—(Sir G. Cave.)