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The Private Rented Housing Panel (Applications and Determinations) (Scotland) Regulations 2007

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19.—(1) A Committee shall give not less than 14 working days notice in writing to the tenant and the landlord of the date, time and place appointed for the hearing.

(2) A hearing shall be in public unless the Committee on an application by the parties or on its own cause otherwise decide to ensure a fair hearing, but nothing in these Regulations shall prevent a member of the Council on Tribunals or of its Scottish Committee in that capacity from attending any hearing.

(3) At a hearing–

(a)a party or a party’s representative may conduct his or her case;

(b)the parties shall be heard in such order and, subject to the provisions of these Regulations, the procedure shall be such as the Committee shall determine;

(c)a party may call witnesses, give evidence on his or her own behalf and cross examine any witnesses called by any other party.

(4) The Committee at their discretion may on their own motion, or at the request of the parties or one of them, at any time and from time to time postpone or adjourn a hearing, subject to the provisions of regulation 21.

(5) The Committee shall give to the parties such notice of any postponed or adjourned hearing as they deem to be reasonable in the circumstances.

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