Central Bank Act 1942

F428 [ Appeals Tribunal may decide persons whose interests affected by a decision.

57M

57M. (1) If it is necessary for the purposes of this Act to decide whether the interests of a person are affected, or are likely to be affected, by a decision of the F429 [ Bank ] , that matter is to be decided by the Appeals Tribunal.

(2) If the Appeals Tribunal decides that the interests of a person are affected, or likely to be affected, by a decision of the F429 [ Bank ] , the decision of that Tribunal is conclusive and cannot be the subject of an appeal to the High Court.

(3) However, if the Appeals Tribunal decides that the interests of a person are not affected, or are not likely to be affected, by a decision of the F429 [ Bank ] , the person may appeal to the High Court against the decision of that Tribunal. ]