If you or your business are required to hold a licence or registration to operate in a particular field, it is important that you are able to defend your interests in the event that the body who regulate such a licence cancel or suspend it, or if it imposes conditions on your licence which are too onerous or unreasonable. In such circumstances, you may have a statutory right (a right conferred by legislation) of appeal to a court, tribunal, or other appellate body.
You may also have a right of appeal against the terms of a notice that has been served against you by a public body.
We regularly advise and represent clients in appeals concerning statutory licences and statutory notices. Examples of cases that we have been involved in include:
We understand that legal costs may also be a concern and if you do not have the benefit of pre-existing legal expenses insurance (which normally attaches to home or commercial insurance policies) we will agree a fee structure with you at the outset.
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