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    (1)     If a committee or the Magistrates Court gives a decision or makes an order or award in relation to any matter that may be or is required to be settled by arbitration under this Act, any party to the arbitration may appeal from the decision, order or award to the Supreme Court.

    (2)     The Magistrates Court Act 1930

, part 4.5 (Civil appeals) applies in relation to an appeal under subsection (1) as if—

        (a)     it were an appeal from a judgment or order of a kind mentioned in that Act, section 274 (2) (Cases in which appeal may be brought); and

        (b)     for an appeal from a decision, order or award of a committee—the decision, order or award were a decision, order or award of the Magistrates Court; and

        (c)     any necessary changes, and any changes prescribed by regulation, were made.

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