Representation before[F1 Tribunal] N.I.
(2) The Society may appear and be heard upon any application or complaint made to the[F1 Tribunal].
(3) Any counsel or solicitor appearing in proceedings before the[F1 Tribunal] shall have the same rights, privileges, immunities and duties as if he were appearing in an action in the High Court.
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