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52. Appeal against certain decisions of Bank.

The following decisions are appealable decisions for the purposes of Part VIIA of the Central Bank Act 1942:

(a) a decision by the Bank under section 6A for the purposes of subsection (1) or (2) of that section;

(b) a decision by the Bank under section 11(5) to direct a credit union to change its name to a name approved by the Bank;

(c) a decision by the Bank under section 41(5) to direct a credit union to dispose of the interest to which the direction relates;

(d) a decision by the Bank under section 49(3)(b) to refuse to grant approval;

(e) a decision by the Bank under section 50(3)(a) to withdraw an approval granted under section 49;

(f) a decision by the Bank under section 50(3)(b) to vary any condition imposed on such an approval;

(g) a decision by the Bank to impose any condition on such an approval (whether at the time the approval is granted or later by virtue of section 50(3)(c));

(h) a decision by the Bank to give a regulatory direction under subsection (1) or (2) of section