Appeals to High Court and Court of Appeal
(1) An appeal against, or with respect to, a direction or decision of an Appeal Committee shall lie to the High Court —
(a) on a point of law arising from a direction or decision of the Appeal Committee; or
(b) from any direction of the Appeal Committee as to the amount of a financial penalty.
(2) An appeal under this section may be made only at the instance of —
(a) the organisation aggrieved by the direction or decision of the Appeal Committee;
(b) if the decision relates to a complaint, the complainant; or
(3) The High Court shall hear and determine any such appeal and may —
(a) confirm, modify or reverse the direction or decision of the Appeal Committee; and
(b) make such further or other order on such appeal, whether as to costs or otherwise, as the Court may think fit.
(4) There shall be such further right of appeal from decisions of the High Court under this section as exists in the case of decisions made by that Court in the exercise of its original civil jurisdiction.