Central Bank Act 1942
F456 [ Amendments and irregularities.
57AD. — (1) The Appeals Tribunal may, in any proceedings before it, make any amendments to the proceedings that that Tribunal considers to be necessary in the interests of justice.
(2) Any such amendment may be made —
( a ) at any stage of the proceedings, and
( b ) on such terms as the Appeals Tribunal thinks fit (including terms as to costs).
(3) A failure to comply with a provision of this Part or of the rules in relation to proceedings before the Appeals Tribunal is to be treated as an irregularity that does not itself nullify the proceedings, any step taken in the proceedings, or any decision relating to the proceedings. Nevertheless, if such a failure occurs, the Appeals Tribunal may wholly or partly set aside the proceedings, a step taken in the proceedings, or a decision in the proceedings. ]