Who can appeal, what you can appeal, application forms, fees and processes.
The matters that can be appealed against are those determinations or findings:
The matters that cannot be appealed against are:
The tribunal will hear and determine an appeal upon the evidence of the original hearing but may allow new evidence or call on experts to assist in its deliberations.
Evidence can include transcripts of stewards’ enquiries, exhibits and video footage.
Decisions of the tribunal are final and binding
When determining an appeal, the tribunal may:
A suspension of operation of the penalty may be granted by the chairperson or presiding member.
Stays are usually determined on the written material supplied by the applicant and responded to by the stewards.
A formal hearing may be held to determine stays.
Fees and charges are subject to change as at 1 January each year.
Do not submit enquiries with this form.