If you are unhappy with a decision you have received, you can appeal the decision.
A person or organisation affected by any decision which the Admissions and Licensing Committee makes may apply for reconsideration of that decision.
Stage 1 appeal
Any person or organisation seeking reconsideration of a decision made by the Admissions and Licensing Committee must apply for reconsideration, in writing, to CILEx Regulation within 20 working days of receiving written notification of the decision. The application must include written reasons why it should be reconsidered.
Applicants requesting reconsideration of an Admissions and Licensing Committee decision have a right to be heard by the Committee when it reconsiders their application.
Where an application is reconsidered by the Admissions and Licensing Committee it shall have all the powers that were available to it at the original consideration of the application.
Stage 2 appeal
Following a stage 1 appeal, an appeal may be made against the decision reached by the Admissions and Licensing Committee in accordance with Rule 5 of the Admissions and Licensing Committee Rules.
Stage 2 appeals will be considered by an Appeal Panel comprising a professional member and two lay members drawn from the panel of lay and professional members appointed to serve on CILEx Regulation’s appeal bodies under the Enforcement Rules. The Appeal Panel will have available to it all the powers available to the Admissions and Licensing Committee at the original consideration of the application.
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