Companies Act 2014
F927[Appeals to and orders of High Court, including orders confirming relevant decisions of Supervisory Authority
1511. (1) In an appeal under section 1505, the High Court may consider any evidence adduced or argument made, whether or not adduced or made to the Supervisory Authority or recognised accountancy body concerned.
(2) On the hearing of such an appeal, the High Court may make any order or give any direction as it thinks fit, including an order—
(a) confirming the decision under appeal, or
(b) modifying or annulling the decision.
(3) A relevant decision does not take effect until that decision is confirmed by the High Court either—
(a) on appeal under section 1505, or
(b) on application by the Supervisory Authority under subsection (4).
(4) On application by motion on notice by the Supervisory Authority for an order confirming a relevant decision, the High Court may make an order confirming the decision or may refuse to make such an order.]
Inserted (21.09.2018) by Companies (Statutory Audits) Act 2018 (22/2018), s. 51, S.I. No. 366 of 2018.