Central Bank Act 1942
F504[Appeals Tribunal may make rules of procedure.
57AI.—(1) The Appeals Tribunal may make rules, not inconsistent with this Part, for or with respect to any matter—
(a) that by this Part is required or permitted to be prescribed by the rules, or
(b) that is necessary or convenient to be prescribed in relation to the practice and procedure of that Tribunal.
(2) Without limiting subsection (1), the rules may provide for all or any of the following matters:
(a) the responsibilities of the Registrar or other staff of the Appeals Tribunal under this Part;
(b) fixing the places and times for holding hearings of the Appeals Tribunal;
(c) the representation of parties at hearings of the Appeals Tribunal;
(d) the discovery of documents relating to proceedings before the Appeals Tribunal;
(e) notifying decisions of the Appeals Tribunal to parties to proceedings before it;
(f) the means for, and the practice and procedure to be followed in, the enforcement and execution of decisions of the Appeals Tribunal;
(g) the fees payable in respect of lodging appeals with the Appeals Tribunal;
(h) the waiver of fees payable in respect of lodging appeals with the Appeals Tribunal (whether at the time of lodgement of an appeal or otherwise);
(i) the refund, in whole or in part, of fees if proceedings before the Appeals Tribunal terminate in a manner favourable to the appellant;
(j) the award of costs in respect of proceedings before the Appeals Tribunal;
(k) the use of the seal of the Appeals Tribunal.]
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.
Power pursuant to section exercised (1.08.2008) by Irish Financial Services Appeals Tribunal Rules 2008 (S.I. No. 224 of 2008), commenced as per reg. 1(2).