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The Additional Support Needs Tribunals for Scotland (Disability Claims Procedure) Rules 2011

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39.—(1) If any appeal against a decision of a Tribunal is allowed by order of the Court of Session, the Secretary shall alter the entry relating to the decision in the Register to conform to that order and shall notify the parties accordingly.

(2) If by order of the Court of Session a claim is remitted back to the Tribunal or to a differently constituted Tribunal, and subject to any directions or orders of the court made under paragraph 11(3) of Schedule 17 to the 2010 Act, the Secretary shall notify the parties that, during such period as a convener may specify each party may submit a supplementary statement of case and further written evidence.

(3) If an appeal against an order to dismiss a claim is allowed by the Court of Session, the Secretary shall notify the parties—

(a)in the case where the case statement period had not expired before the order to dismiss took effect—

(i)that a new case statement period shall be commenced in accordance with rule 8; and

(ii)that, within the new period, the parties may submit the documentation referred to in sub‑paragraph (b) in respect of a statement of case or evidence submitted before the dismissal took effect; or

(b)in any other case, that each party may within such period as the convener may specify submit a supplementary statement of case along with any further written evidence.

(4) The Secretary shall forthwith send a copy of all statements and written evidence received from a party in accordance with this rule to the other party.

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