Credit Institutions (Stabilisation) Act 2010

63.

Limitation of judicial review.

63.— (1) Leave shall not be granted for judicial review of any decision under this Act unless—

( a) either—

(i) the application for leave to seek judicial review is made to the Court within 14 days after the decision is notified to the person concerned, or that person otherwise becomes aware of the decision, or

(ii) the Court is satisfied that—

(I) there are substantial reasons why the application was not made within that period, and

(II) it is just, in all the circumstances, to grant leave, having regard to the interests of other affected persons and the public interest,

and

( b) the Court is satisfied that the application raises a substantial issue for that Court’s determination.

(2) The Court may make such order on the hearing of the judicial review as it thinks fit, including an order remitting the matter back to the Minister with such directions as the Court thinks appropriate or necessary.

(3) A person is not entitled to apply for the judicial review of a decision referred to in subsection (1) if he or she was entitled to apply to have the relevant order of the Court set aside but did not do so.

(4) A person is not entitled to apply for the judicial review of a decision referred to in subsection (1) if he or she applied to have the relevant order of the Court set aside and that application was refused by the Court.