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Review and appeal procedures

It is important to note though from the outset that every decision short of a full grant of the application sought must inform the applicant that these procedures exist and how to go about them.

This being said, a decision maker must always exercise their discretion “blind” to the fact that these procedures exist and as if they were the person who had final say over the application. To do so otherwise is to abdicate the decision making responsibility to another.