Tribunal Procedures

  1. The purpose of this procedure is to outline the processes of Appeal cases in the Land Transport Appeals Tribunal.


  1. Once a decision has been made by the Authority, the aggrieved parties if they so want, may lodge an appeal with the Secretary to the Tribunal no later than 14days after the date of the decision.
  2. The appellant shall pay the application fee of $29.86 at the time of lodgement of the appeal and such fee shall be forfeited in the event the appeal is dismissed. The appeal should filed at the Tribunal office currently located on the second floor of LTA Complex at Sports City.
  3. The Tribunal shall as soon as practicable after the receipt of the appeal do the following:
    1. fix a time and place for the hearing of the appeal; and
    2. cause notice of the time and place of the hearing of the appeal to be given to the Appellant, to the Authority and to any other interested person involved in the application or objectors to the original application the decision on which gave rise to the appeal.
  4. The Tribunal Secretary shall within 28 days after the date on which the notice of Appeal is lodged, notify the Appellant and any other interested party of the time and place of hearing.
  5. The Authority must ensure that a Certified Copy Record is filed with the Tribunal within 21 days of the Notice of Appeal being served on the Authority.
  6. Where more time is required by the Authority, proper application must be made to the Tribunal at the time the matter is called before the Tribunal.
  7. The Tribunal may give further directions and or set a date for the Hearing of the Appeal.
  8. Once a decision has been made by the Tribunal a copy of the ruling shall be given to the parties either on the date of ruling or can be obtained from the Tribunal Secretary. If ruling is given verbally then parties can seal an order by filing with Tribunal and serving same to other parties.


  1. The Notice of Appeal must at least have the following:
    1. Name of the Appellant;
    2. Residential address, phone, fax and email address
    3. LTA file number quoted in the decision letter.
    4. List of parties affected (Interested parties)
  1. The Notice of Appeal should at least contain the following:
    1. The type of permit you had applied for (Taxi, Minibus, Carrier, RRL etc);
    2. The date of application;
    3. The decision of the Authority;
    4. The Grounds of Appeal