Central Bank Act 1942
F414 [ Jurisdiction and powers of the Appeals Tribunal.
57G. — (1) The Appeals Tribunal has jurisdiction to hear and determine —
( a ) appeals made by affected persons against appealable decisions of the F415 [ Bank ] , and
( b ) such other matters, or class of matters, as may be prescribed by any other Act or law.
F416 [ (1A) A decision of the F415 [ Bank ] is not an appealable decision for the purposes of this Part if the Governor certifies in writing that the Governor has exercised the powers conferred by subsections (9) and (9A) of section 33C in relation to the decision, but instead a person who is dissatisfied with the decision may appeal to the High Court against the decision, within 28 days after the date of notification of the decision or within such extended period as that Court allows. ]
(2) Subject to this Part, the Appeals Tribunal has power to do whatever is necessary for or in connection with, or reasonably incidental to, the exercise of its jurisdiction. ]
Part VIIA (ss. 57A-57AZ) inserted (1.08.2004) by Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland Act 2003 (12/2003), s. 28, S.I. No. 454 of 2004, subject to transitional provisions in s. 36 and sch. 3.
Substituted (1.10.2010) by Central Bank Reform Act 2010 (23/2010), s. 14(2)(a), S.I. No. 469 of 2010.
Inserted (1.08.2004) by Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland Act 2004 (21/2004), s. 12, S.I. No. 455 of 2004, subject to transitional provisions in s. 35 and sch. 5.