Medical Practitioners Act 2007
Appeal to Court against Council’s decision under section 88(2)(a)(i)(II) or (ii) or 89(3)(a)(ii) or (b).
90.— (1) A body the subject of a decision made by the Council under section 88(2)(a)(i)(II) or (ii) or 89(3)(a)(ii) or (b) may, not later than 21 days after the body received notice of the decision under section 88(5) or 89(6) , as the case may be, appeal to the Court against the decision.
(2) The Court may, on the hearing of an appeal under subsection (1) by a body, consider any evidence adduced or argument made, whether adduced or made to the Council.
(3) The Court may, on the hearing of an appeal under subsection (1) by a body—
( a) either—
(i) confirm the decision the subject of the appeal, or
(ii) cancel that decision and replace it with such other decision as the Court considers appropriate,
( b) give the Council such direction as the Court considers appropriate and direct how the costs of the appeal are to be borne.
(4) The Council shall, on complying with any direction given by the Court under subsection (3), give notice in writing to the body concerned of the Council’s compliance with the direction.