[F3(1)Any power under this Part of this Act to make regulations shall be exercisable by statutory instrument.
(2)Any statutory instrument containing regulations made by the Secretary of State under this Part of this Act shall be subject to annulment in pursuance of a resolution of either House of Parliament.
(3)Any such regulations may—
(a)provide for the determination of questions of fact or of law which may arise in giving effect to the regulations;
(b)make provision regulating (otherwise than in relation to any court proceedings) any matters relating to the practice and procedure to be followed in connection with the determination of such questions;
(c)make provision as to the mode of proof of any matter;
(d)make provision as to parties and their representation;
(e)provide for the right to appear before and be heard by the Secretary of State, the Director and other authorities;
(f)make provision as to awarding costs or expenses of proceedings for the determination of such questions, including the amount of the costs or expenses and the enforcement of the awards;
(g)provide for anything falling to be determined under the regulations to be determined by such persons, in accordance with such procedure and by reference to such matters and to the opinion of such persons, as may be prescribed by the regulations;
(h)make different provision for different cases, including different provision in relation to different persons, circumstances or localities; and
(i)make such supplemental, consequential and transitional provision as the Secretary of State or, as the case may be, the Director considers appropriate.
(4)Any such regulations which prescribe a period within which things are to be done may provide for extending the period so prescribed.]]
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