Central Bank Act 1942
F459 [ Power to correct decisions of the Appeals Tribunal.
57AG. — (1) If, after making a decision, the Appeals Tribunal is satisfied that there is an obvious error in the text of the decision or in a written statement of reasons for the decision, it may direct the Registrar to alter the text of the decision or statement in accordance with its directions.
(2) If the text of a decision or statement is so altered, the altered text is taken to be the decision of the Appeals Tribunal or the reasons for the decision.
(3) Examples of obvious errors in the text of a decision or statement of reasons are where —
( a ) there is an obvious clerical or typographical error in the text of the decision or statement of reasons, or
( b ) there is an error arising from an accidental slip or omission, or
( c ) there is a defect of form, or
( d ) there is an inconsistency between the decision and the statement of reasons.
(4) The powers of the Appeals Tribunal under this section may be exercised by the member who presided at the proceedings to which the decision relates. ]