An appeal to the Supreme Court can be made on question of law only. It shall be heard and determined by a single judge of the Supreme Court and must be instituted within the time, an in accordance with the procedure, prescribed by rules of the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court may –
- affirm, vary or quash the decision appealed against; or
- make any decision that the Commission could have made instead of the decision appealed against, or
- send the decision back to the Commission for reconsideration in accordance with any directions or recommendations that the Court considers appropriate,
and, in any case, may make any ancillary or incidental order the Supreme Court considers appropriate.