Appeal made by

An appeal may be made by

the person who is the subject of the decision, or

their personal representative or trustee.

In this context a ‘person’ means either a natural or a legal person. Entities with a corporate identity, such as companies or limited liability partnerships, can appeal if they are subject to a decision. In some taxes other interested parties may also be able to appeal. Some examples are listed below – but this list is not comprehensive.

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