Immigration Advisers Licensing Act 2007

  • This version was reprinted on 20 May 2016 to make corrections to sections 8(3), 9(2), 10(c), 12(6), 16(a), 47(2)(a), 67(4), 79(c), 89(3), 90(3)(b), and 92(8)(b)(i) and (10)(c) under section 25(1)(i), (j)(ii) and (j)(iii) of the Legislation Act 2012.
82 District Court may make interim order


At any time before the final determination of an appeal, a District Court may make an interim order allowing the appellant to engage in providing immigration advice.


An interim order may be subject to any conditions that the District Court thinks fit.


If a District Court refuses to make an interim order, the person who applied for the order may, within 1 month after the date of the refusal, appeal to the High Court against the decision.