You may be able to appeal to the Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery Chamber) if you think there was a legal mistake with a decision made against you by certain lower tribunals and organisations.
You might be able to appeal if your case was heard by the:
- First-tier Tribunal (Tax) - for cases about tax
- General Regulatory Chamber - for cases about charities
The tribunal is independent of government and will listen to both sides of the argument before making a decision.
Financial services cases
There’s a different process if you’re challenging a decision made by:
- Financial Conduct Authority
- Prudential Regulation Authority
- Pensions Regulator
- Bank of England
- HM Treasury
Decisions by the Secretary of State or Trade Remedies Authority
There’s a different way to challenge a decision made by the Secretary of State for International Trade or the Trade Remedies Authority.
Help you can get
You may want to get help and advice before you appeal.
You can get free advice from:
Call or email the tribunal if you have any questions about the process. The tribunal cannot give you legal advice.
Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery Chamber)
5th floor, Rolls Building
7 Rolls Buildings