Devolved Welsh tribunals hear appeals against decisions made under law devolved to Wales. The disputed decisions may have been made by the Welsh Ministers or other Welsh public authorities, or in some cases by private persons.
Tribunals are funded by the government, but act independently of government.
The devolved tribunals in Wales include:
- Special Educational Needs Tribunal for Wales
- Residential Property Tribunal Wales
- Mental Health Review Tribunal Wales
- Welsh Language Tribunal
Devolution and the administration of justice
Please see here a lecture (from February 2010) by Mr Justice (Sir) Roderick Evans on the impact devolution has had on the administration of justice in Wales.