The option to apply for a review of a Schengen visa refusal is always provided by the national law of the Schengen country. Not all Schengen countries provide options for a review. Your Notice of Refusal will usually specify whether you have an option to apply for a review. You do not need to pay any fee for a review of a decision. In reviewing a decision, the consulate may either sustain the original decision (i.e. to affirm the decision of the earlier officer to refuse your application) or withdraw or change its negative decision (i.e. change its decision to refuse you by granting you a visa). You will usually have the right to appeal against the decision to refuse your review application, but not the original decision to refuse.