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The First-tier Tribunal for Scotland Housing and Property Chamber (Procedure) Regulations 2016

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52.—(1) The decision of the First-tier Tribunal on an application must be made by majority but, in the event of a tie, the chairing member has a casting vote.

(2) The decision must be recorded in a document signed by the chairing member.

(3) A statement of reasons must be prepared by the chairing member with the assistance of the other members of the First-tier Tribunal.

(4) Where the decision of the First-tier Tribunal is not unanimous, the chairing member must give a brief note of the opinion of the minority.

(5) In the absence or incapacity of the chairing member, the chairing member’s functions under this rule may be carried out by another member of the First-tier Tribunal.

(6) The decision of the First-tier Tribunal, statement of reasons and note under paragraph (4) must be published.

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