80—Protection from liability for torts
(1) An action in tort does not lie against a person for anything that the person has done, in good faith, in the performance or purported performance of a function under this Act or a relevant Act as a member of the Tribunal or as a member of staff or an officer of the Tribunal.
(2) The Crown is also relieved of any liability that it might otherwise have had for a person having done anything as described in subsection (1).
(3) The protection given by this section applies even though the thing done as described in subsection (1) may have been capable of being done whether or not this Act or a relevant Act had been enacted.
(4) In this section, a reference to the doing of anything includes a reference to an omission to do anything.