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

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Inspection of dwelling-house
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67.—(1) The First-tier Tribunal may on its own motion and shall at the request of one of the parties (subject in either case to any necessary consent being obtained) inspect the dwelling-house which is the subject of the reference.

(2) An inspection may be made before, during or after the close of the hearing, or at such stage in relation to the consideration of the representations in writing as the First-tier Tribunal shall determine.

(3) The First-tier Tribunal shall give such notice in writing as they deem sufficient of an inspection to the party or parties and shall allow each party and their representative to attend any inspection.

(4) Where an inspection is made after the close of a hearing the First-tier Tribunal may, if it considers that it is expedient to do so on account of any matter arising from the inspection, re-open the hearing; and if the hearing is to be re-opened paragraph (2) of rule 65 shall apply as it applied to the original hearing, save in so far as its requirements may be dispensed with or relaxed with the consent of the parties.

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