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10. (1) The recognised legal representative of a core participant may, unless the chairman directs otherwise,–
(a)make an opening statement to the inquiry panel at the commencement of the first of any inquiry hearings; and
(b)make a closing statement to the inquiry panel.
(2) A core participant who does not have a recognised legal representative may make the opening and closing statements under the conditions referred to in paragraph (1).
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