(1) A party to a tribunal proceeding may, with the Supreme Court's leave, appeal to the court on a question of law from a decision of the tribunal in the proceeding.
(2) An appeal by a person under subsection (1) must be begun within—
(a) 28 days after the day when a notice under section 48 is given to the person; or
(b) if the person has asked for a statement of reasons under section 49— 28 days after the day the statement is given to the person; or
(c) any further time the Supreme Court allows (whether on, before or after a day mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b)).
(3) The Supreme Court must decide the appeal, and may make any of the following orders:
(a) an order confirming or setting aside the decision of the tribunal;
(b) an order remitting the case to be heard and decided again, either with or without the hearing of further evidence, by the tribunal in accordance with the court's directions;
(c) an order for costs.
(4) The Supreme Court may also make any other
order the court considers appropriate.