(1) A person who is aggrieved by a decision made under this Part may, not later than 30 days after the date of the decision, appeal against the decision to the Local Court.
(2) The appeal is to be by hearing de novo.
(3) In determining the appeal, the Local Court may:
(a) confirm the decision appealed against;
(b) vary the decision; or
(c) remit a matter to which the decision relates to the person who made the decision for re-consideration, either generally or in respect of specified issues, and for substitution of another decision,
and may make the other orders, including orders as to costs, it considers appropriate.
(4) In remitting a matter to the person who made the decision, the Local Court must:
(a) advise the person of its reasons for doing so; and
(b) give the person the directions in respect of the reconsideration it considers appropriate.