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10.—(1) Where an appeal is disposed of at a hearing, the decision of the adjudicator may be given orally at the end of the hearing or reserved.
(2) Where an appeal has been disposed of, whether at a hearing or otherwise, the decision when given must be entered forthwith in the register with (save in the case of a decision by consent) a statement of the reasons for the decision and the proper officer must send a copy of that entry to each party.
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