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Appealing a Decision

Appealing a Decision

Decisions of the Mental Health Review Tribunal for Wales are final. If however you think that the decision is wrong in law you can appeal to the Upper Tribunal, but you must first make an application to the Mental Health Review Tribunal for Wales to ask for permission to appeal.

Information about making an application to the Mental Health Review Tribunal for Wales for permission to appeal on a point of law to the Upper Tribunal and the time-limit for doing so can be found in our guidance booklet.

  • Application to the Mental Health Review Tribunal for Wales for permission to appeal. If you think that the tribunal’s decision is wrong in law, go to (Application Form MHRTW - 05)
  • Information about applying to the Mental Health Review Tribunal for Wales for permission to appeal and the time limit for doing so can be found in our guidance booklet (Guidance Booklet MHRTW - 14).

Information about making an appeal to the Upper Tribunal and the time-limit for doing so can be found on the website for Her Majesties Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) or alternatively by contacting HMCTS.  The website and contact details for HMCTS are provided below.

Upper Tribunal
5th Floor Rolls Building
7 Rolls Buildings,
Fetter Lane
London EC4A 1NL

Tel: 020 7071 5662
Fax: 08703240028
Typetalk: 18001 020 7071 5662
DX 160042 STRAND 4

Email: adminappeals@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk
Website: www.justice.gov.uk

Our application forms and guidance booklets can be downloaded below. If you have problems downloading any of the forms or guidance or you would like them in a different format please contact us.