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You can appeal to the Tribunal against a decision made by a Complaints Assessment Committee.

You can also ask the Tribunal to review a decision by the Registrar of the Real Estate Agents Authority not to grant or renew a real estate licence.

How much does it cost?

It’s free to appeal, ask for a review, or respond to a charge.

Appeal a decision by a committee

You need to file your appeal within 20 working days after the date of the committee’s decision.

Guide to filing an appeal [PDF, 194 KB]

Fill in this form to make an appeal:

Notice of appeal against a  decision made by a Complaints Assessment Committee [PDF, 226 KB] 

Apply to review a decision of the Registrar of the Real Estate Agents Authority

You need to apply for a review within 20 working days after the date you were notified of the decision.

Find out more about how to apply for a review:

Guide to applying for a review [PDF, 179 KB]

Fill in this form to apply for a review and send it to us:

Apply for a review of the decision by the Registrar [PDF, 229 KB]

Appoint someone to act for you

You can represent yourself or you can appoint an agent or representative (like a lawyer) to represent you during the appeal, or review process.

Both you and your representative need to fill out this form:

Authority to act [PDF, 439 KB]

You can send it to us with your application form.

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