If you think there is a technical problem with the decision, or how we made it, you can ask us to review it. We will not review our decision simply because you are not happy with it.
We must receive your written request to review within 28 days of the date we issued the decision.
The tribunal may refuse to accept a request to review, or ask for all parties' views to make a further decision. If a further decision is made, it will replace the first decision.
Appeals to the Upper Tribunal
If you think that the decision is wrong on a point of law, you can appeal to the Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber).
To do this, you must first apply to us for permission to appeal. We must receive the request for permission to appeal no more than 28 days from the date on the letter which we sent you with the decision.
If we do not give permission, you may still apply to the Upper Tribunal for permission, but they will not consider the application unless you apply to ETW for permission first. You will need permission to appeal from either ETW or the Upper Tribunal before you can submit the appeal.
Please see the below guidance booklet for more information, or use our form if you would like to request permission to appeal to the Upper Tribunal.
Permission to appeal to the Upper Tribunal: Guidance. Our guidance booklet explains how to apply for permission to appeal to the Upper Tribunal.(Permission to appeal to the upper tribunal: Guidance – Guidance booklet ETW22)
Permission to appeal to the Upper Tribunal: Form. Complete our form if you would like to ask for permission to appeal to the Upper Tribunal. (Permission to appeal to the Upper Tribunal: Application form – Form ETW23)