An appeal is made by the respective party filing an application notice of appeal in the prescribed form with the Secretary of the Institute. The appeal shall be deemed to have been made on the day it is filed with the Secretary of the Institute.
The appeal must be filed with the Secretary of the Institute at the Institute’s registered address as follows:
- In relation to a decision of Council involving to an application for membership, within 30 days of being informed of the decision.
- In relation to the decision of the Licensing Committee regarding the Practice Monitoring Action, within 30 days after receipt of the written statement of the reasons for the decision.
- In relation to the decision of an Investigation or Disciplinary Tribunal, within 30 days after receipt of the written statement of the reason for the decision of the Tribunal.
- In relation to a public interest matter, Council may appeal against a decision made by an Investigation Tribunal, a Disciplinary Tribunal or the Licensing Committee within 14 days after receipt of the written statement of the reasons for the decision of the Tribunal or Committee.
Information on the Appeal process may be viewed in the Guide to Disciplinary Procedures. Please note that the guideline has no regulatory status. It is issued for guidance purposes only, and in the event of any conflict between its content and the content of the ICATT Rules and Regulations, the latter shall at all times take precedence. Therefore, this guideline should not be regarded by members as a substitute for familiarising themselves with the appropriate regulations or, where necessary, obtaining specific advice concerning a specific situation.