How To Appeal

  1. Any person aggrieved by a decision of the FSC may, pursuant to the relevant provision, appeal to the Tribunal.

 

  1. Where a person intends to appeal to the Tribunal the person shall:

 

          (a)     File a notice of appeal within thirty (30) days of being notified of that decision, and

 

          (b)     At the time of filing the notice, pay a fee of Two Thousand Dollars ($2,000.00) to the   

                   Registrar.

 

                        The Registrar on receipt of the fee shall issue a receipt for the said fee.

 

                        Failure to comply with this section shall result in the appeal not being heard.

 

  1. Every Notice of Appeal shall be signed by the Appellant and shall be addressed to the Chairman.

 

  1. A Notice of Appeal shall include:

 

              (a)     The name and address of the Appellant;

 

              (b)     Particulars of the decision of the Commission against which the appeal is being made;

 

              (c)     The grounds of appeal;

 

              (d)     Copies of the relevant documents;

 

             (e)       A statement whether the Appellant intends to call witnesses.

 

            (f)       The relief or outcome that the Appellant is seeking.

 

  1. A copy of the Notice of Appeal and relevant document shall be served on the FSC within the 30 day period as in 2a, stated above.