Property agents: appeal against a warning or prohibition order

Property agents: appeal against a warning or prohibition order

How to get a warning or prohibition order varied and revoked and how to appeal a decision

If you get a prohibition order made under the Estate Agents Act 1979, you won’t be allowed to do any estate agency work.

If the lead enforcement authority considers it appropriate, it may, in a prohibition order, limit the scope of the prohibition imposed by the order to a particular part of, or area within, the United Kingdom.

Apply to have a notice varied or revoked

You can ask for your warning or prohibition order to be varied or revoked.

Contact us with:

  • your name
  • contact details
  • the type of work you will or won’t do

You’ll need to pay £2500 for us to change your order. We’ll make the necessary arrangements when we speak to you.

Appeal a warning or prohibition order

You can appeal to an independent tribunal within 28 days of being issued with a warning or prohibition order.

You can make your appeal on the GOV.UK website.