Changes

Jump to navigation Jump to search
m
no edit summary
Line 3: Line 3:  
If a claimant disagrees with the decision of the Appeal Division of the Social Security Tribunal, the claimant can file an originating Notice of Motion in the local Federal Court Registry for judicial review by the Federal Court of Appeal, on grounds set out in ss 28 and 18.1(4) of the  current ''Federal Court Act''. These are very similar to the grounds for appeal to the Appeal Division of the Social Security Tribunal.  
 
If a claimant disagrees with the decision of the Appeal Division of the Social Security Tribunal, the claimant can file an originating Notice of Motion in the local Federal Court Registry for judicial review by the Federal Court of Appeal, on grounds set out in ss 28 and 18.1(4) of the  current ''Federal Court Act''. These are very similar to the grounds for appeal to the Appeal Division of the Social Security Tribunal.  
   −
The application must be made within '''30 days''' of the time that the decision was communicated to the applicant, or within such further time as the  Court of Appeal may allow. At this stage, qualified counsel is almost essential. Contact the Community Legal Assistance Society if this  situation arises. See [[Review of Provincial Court and Tribunal Decisions for Public Complaints (5:I) | Chapter 5: Public Complaint Procedure]] for more information regarding judicial review.
+
The application must be made within '''30 days''' of the time that the decision was communicated to the applicant, or within such further time as the  Court of Appeal may allow. At this stage, qualified counsel is almost essential. Contact the Community Legal Assistance Society if this  situation arises. See [[Introduction to Public Complaints (5:I) | Chapter 5: Public Complaints]] for more information regarding judicial review.
       
{{LSLAP Manual Navbox|type=chapters8-14}}
 
{{LSLAP Manual Navbox|type=chapters8-14}}

Navigation menu