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Regulation 16: Appeals
Any person who is aggrieved because:
the SRA has removed his or her name from the roll;
the SRA refused to remove his or her name from the roll; or
the SRA refused to change his or her name on the roll
may appeal to the High Court under this regulation.
A person must invoke the SRA's own appeals procedure before appealing to the High Court under this regulation, and may invoke the SRA's own appeals procedure before appealing to the High Court under section 8(4) of the SA.
Unless otherwise provided in the relevant statute, regulations or rules of Court or in the relevant decision, an appeal to the High Court must be commenced within 28 days of the date of notification of the relevant decision, whether that is the SRA's initial decision or a decision under the SRA's own appeals procedure.
Under sections 8(4B) and 28(3F) of the SA the decision of the High Court is final.