REGISTRATION OF BUSINESSES RULES 1957
Rule 8A. Appeal.
(1) Any person making an appeal under section 11 of the Act shall submit a notice of appeal to the Minister within the time specified in subsection 11(1) of the Act and a copy of such notice shall be sent to the Registrar.
(2) The notice of appeal shall state—
(a) the full name, address and other particulars of the appellant;(3) On receipt of the notice of appeal, the Registrar shall cause to be prepared within twenty-one days from the receipt of such notice a statement stating the grounds on which he arrived at his decision and shall submit such grounds to the Minister.
(b) the decision with which he is aggrieved;
(c) the grounds on which he proposes to rely for the appeal; and
(d) such other information or be accompanied with such documents as may be necessary for the purpose of the appeal.
(4) The Minister shall, as soon as practicable, proceed to determine the appeal and may, in the event that he requires further fact or evidence to be adduced or argument to be heard, set aside a date and time for the receiving of such facts or evidence or the hearing of such argument and shall inform the appellant and the Registrar accordingly.
(5) Where the appellant decides not to pursue his appeal he may withdraw the appeal at any time before the determination of the appeal whereupon the decision of the Registrar shall be deemed to be final.
(6) Every notice or document relating to an appeal under this rule shall be sent in duplicate to the Minister.
[Ins. P.U.(A) 141/2002]
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