Appeals against a Land and Environment Court decision - Outcomes and order

Giving judgment

At the conclusion of the hearing or at a later date, the judge hearing the proceedings will give judgment.  The judgment will state the decision and orders and give reasons for making the decision. 

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Orders

The Court may dismiss the appeal or cross-appeal or uphold the appeal or cross-appeal.  If the Court upholds the appeal or cross-appeal, the Court may:

  • remit the matter to the commissioner for determination by the commissioner in accordance with the decision of the Court; or
  • make such other order in relation to the appeal or cross-appeal as seems fit ( s 56A(2) of the Land and Environment Court Act).

Appeals against the Court’s decision

A party to an appeal or cross-appeal under s 56A of the Land and Environment Court Act may only appeal against the Court’s decision on such an appeal or cross-appeal to the NSW Court of Appeal with leave of that Court ( s 57(1) and s 57(4) of the Land and Environment Court Act).

Last updated:

17 Dec 2020

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