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Appeals Against the Decision of the Traffic Commissioner

If you are unhappy with the decision of the Traffic Commissioner, you are entitled to appeal to the Upper Tribunal. For example, you may be unhappy with a decision:

The grounds on which you can appeal can include:

Once they have heard your case, the Upper Tribunal can do one of the following:

It is open to you to apply for a stay of the Traffic Commissioner’s decision pending the appeal. An application of this nature is made to the Traffic Commissioner in the first instance but can be reviewed by the Upper Tribunal if a stay is refused.

If you are considering an appeal following an unfavourable decision by the Traffic Commissioner, get in touch with Richard Nelson LLP. Our transport solicitors will advise you on the merits of any potential appeal and assist you if you decide to go ahead with it. Get in touch with us to find out more.


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What we do...

Our experienced lawyers can help you at every stage of an appeal against the Traffic Commissioner. Our services include:

  • Drafting Grounds of Appeal;

  • Applying for a stay of the Traffic Commissioner's decision;

  • Representing you through the appeal;

  • Representing you in the event that your case is remitted to the Traffic Commissioner for a rehearing.

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