36—Effect of review proceedings on decision being reviewed
(1) The commencement of proceedings for the review of a decision does not affect the operation of the decision or prevent the taking of action to implement the decision unless—
(a) the relevant Act states otherwise; or
(b) an order is made under subsection (2).
(2) On or after the commencement of proceedings for the review of a decision, the Tribunal or the decision-maker may, on application or on its own initiative, make an order staying or varying the operation or the implementation of the whole or a part of the reviewable decision pending the determination of the matter, or until such time (whether before or after the determination of the matter) as the Tribunal or the decision-maker may specify, if the Tribunal, or the decision-maker, is satisfied that it is just and reasonable in the circumstances to make the order.
(3) An order by the Tribunal or the decision-maker under this section—
(a) is subject to such conditions as are specified in the order; and
(b) may be varied or revoked—
(i) in any case—by further order of the Tribunal; or
(ii) if the order was made by the decision-maker—by further order by the decision-maker or the Tribunal.