Appeal to High Court from decision of Appeals Board (Part 4).
40.— (1) A person adversely affected by a decision of the Appeals Board may, within 3 months after the date of such decision, appeal to the High Court against the decision.
(2) On the hearing of an appeal under this section, the Court may—
(a) confirm the decision of the Appeals Board, subject to any amendment thereof the Court thinks fit,
(b) annul the decision and direct the Appeals Board to make a new decision, or
(c) give such other directions as the Court thinks fit,
and the Court may direct how the costs of the appeal are to be borne.
(3) On the hearing of an appeal under this section from a decision of the Appeals Board relating to a decision of the Professional Conduct Committee, the High Court may admit evidence of any person of standing in the quantity surveying profession as to what constitutes professional misconduct or poor professional performance.