A4.4 Yes, if you or another party wish to appeal the Review Tribunal's decision under CPP, you must ask the Pension Appeal's Board's
permission (see Levels of Appeal - CPP) for the right to make an appeal. That request, known
as 'requesting leave to appeal' must be made within 90 days of receiving the Tribunal's decision.
Information about appeal to the Pension Appeals board will be sent to you with the Review Tribunal decision.
Under the OAS Act, the Review Tribunal's decision is final and binding on the parties to the appeal. Under certain circumstances, the Review Tribunal's decision may be reviewed by the Federal of Court of Canada. For more information see Levels of Appeal - For Old Age Security (OAS) and Federal Court of Canada.