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Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2005

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29.—(1) Subject to paragraph (2), the Secretary of the Tribunal shall—

(a)forthwith send to the board or responsible body a copy of any amendment to the notice of appeal or claim received during the case statement period;

(b)at the end of the case statement period send a copy of each party’s statement of case and written evidence to the other party;

(c)forthwith send copies of any documents (other than written evidence of which a copy is received in accordance with regulation 43(2)(b)) received from a party after the end of the case statement period to the other party to the proceedings.

(2) If a notice of appeal or claim, or other document is delivered to the Secretary of the Tribunal after the time prescribed by these Regulations, the Secretary of the Tribunal shall not send a copy of it to the other party unless the President extends the time limit pursuant to regulation 60.

(3) If a notice of appeal is amended in accordance with regulation 9(2) so that the parent seeks an order that a grant-aided school, or a different grant-aided school, other than the one already named in the child’s statement be named in the statement, the Secretary of the Tribunal shall give the principal of that school notice of appeal, stating the name and date of birth of the child and the name of the board unless the school is grant-aided by the board.

(4) In the event of a school referred to in paragraph (3) not being grant-aided by the board the notice required by that paragraph shall also be given to the board by which the school is grant-aided.

(5) Where the Secretary of the Tribunal sends any of the copies of documents referred to in paragraph (1) to a party who has already informed the Secretary of the Tribunal in response to enquiries made under regulation 30(a)(i) and (ii) that the party does not wish to attend or be represented at the hearing, the Secretary of the Tribunal shall ask whether the party wishes to amend that response on the basis of the copies received.

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