Merchant Shipping Act 1992
Appeal to District Court.
21. — (1) The owner of a vessel may appeal to the District Court against—
(a) a declaration in a declaration of survey,
(b) the refusal by a surveyor of ships or a radio surveyor to deliver a declaration of survey to the owner in respect of the vessel,
(c) the revocation or suspension of a certificate in respect of the vessel by the Minister,
(d) the refusal by the Minister to grant a certificate or a licence in respect of the vessel,
(e) a condition, restriction or requirement specified in a certificate or licence, or
(f) the revocation or suspension of a licence in respect of the vessel by the Minister.
(2) The jurisdiction conferred on the District Court by this section shall be exercised by the judges for the time being assigned to the district court district in which the vessel concerned is lying or where the owner concerned ordinarily resides or carries on any profession, business or occupation.