A person may appeal to the Tribunal against a decision of the Registrar to cancel that person’s licence within 20 working days after the date of the notice given under section 28(1)(d).
The appeal is by way of written notice to the Tribunal of the person’s intention to appeal, accompanied by—
a copy of the notice given to the person under section 28(1)(d); and
such other information as the person wishes the Tribunal to consider in relation to the appeal.
After considering the appeal, the Tribunal may—
reject the appeal; or
uphold the appeal, and give the Registrar any appropriate directions in relation to the licence.
A person may appeal to the District Court under section 81 against a decision of the Tribunal to reject an appeal under subsection (3)(a).