Housing (Building Facilities) Act, 1924

Appeals from Minister to be to standing tribunal of appeal.

10.—(1) Whenever a right of appeal from an order of the Minister is given by this Act, the appeal shall, subject to prescribed rules of procedure, be made to a standing tribunal of appeal consisting of three persons to be appointed by the President of the Executive Council, and such tribunal shall have power to confirm or to annul the order appealed against, or to make such other order in the matter as the Minister could have made under this Act, and the decision of the tribunal of appeal in the matter shall be final and not subject to appeal to or review by any court.

(2) While any appeal to which this section applies is pending, the operation of the order appealed against shall be suspended.