Certain decisions of the Standards Commission may be appealed. A person aggrieved by a decision of the Standards Commission may appeal against the particular decision within 14 days stating the reasons for appeal. Appeals should be made to email@example.com. The decisions in question are:
The Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform (the Minister) has appointed independent and impartial Appeal Officers to consider such appeals. The Minister has also made Regulations prescribing the procedures which are to be followed in the conduct of appeals. These Regulations are available here.
The Appeal Officer will give a decision on the appeal within 14 days of the appeal having been received by the Standards Commission. He/she may
The Appeal Officer’s decision will be issued to the person making the appeal and to the Standards Commission at the same time.
The Appeal Officer’s decision may be appealed to the High Court on a point of law within 21 days of the decision having been made. The High Court decision is final and there is no further appeal.