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

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9.—(1) Subject to paragraph (2), the Secretary shall—

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

(b)at the end of the case statement period, and in so far as copies have not already been sent, send to each party—

(i)a copy of any amendment to the claim or response;

(ii)any statement of case submitted by the other party; and

(iii)the written evidence of the other party;

(c)forthwith send to the other party copies of any amendments or supplementary statements, written representations, written evidence (other than written evidence of which a copy is received in accordance with rule 8(3) or 10(3)) or other documents received from a party after the end of the case statement period.

(2) If, after the closure of the case statement period, any amendment, supplementary statement, written representation, written evidence or other document or application is delivered to the Secretary, the Secretary shall—

(a)where the parties agree to the late submission, send a copy of it to the other party; or

(b)where the parties do not agree to the late submission, send a copy of it to the other party to enable the parties to make representations on its admission within such time limits as may be determined by a convener or by a Tribunal at a hearing.

(3) Where any individual has been called under rule 25, the Secretary shall send to them a copy of all of the documentation submitted by the claimant under rule 8(3) and (5).

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