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What happens if my appeal is late?

What happens if my appeal is late?

You have 28 days, from issue of the Notice of Rejection, to appeal.

If you wish to appeal, but your appeal falls outside the 28 day appeal period, you can still submit it, but you must state why the appeal is late.

The Adjudicator will first consider your reasons for the late appeal and decide whether to extend the time for lodging your appeal.

If your application to extend the appeal period is successful, your appeal will then be listed for hearing at the next available Tribunal sitting.

If your appeal is unsuccessful, you will be notified accordingly and you should pay the fine immediately as further enforcement will ensue.