Given below are the authorities under UAPA law-
The Central Government (when necessary) constitutes a tribunal known as the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Tribunal, consisting of one person appointed by the government. The Tribunal has the power to decide whether there is enough reason for declaring an association unlawful.
The Central Government constitutes Review Committees, each of which is headed by a Chairperson who is/has been a High Court judge, and two other members. A Review Committee has the power to denotify a person or organisation from being declared as terrorist.