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The Ministers may, as respects appeals to the Tribunal under their statutory jurisdiction, by regulations—
(a)make provision for determining in which part of the United Kingdom an appeal is to be heard,
(b)make provision authorising persons other than the person by whom an appeal is made and the authority whose decision is appealed against to appear and be heard as parties to the appeal,
(c)make provision for suspending, or authorising or requiring the suspension of, the operation of a decision pending final determination of an appeal against it, or
(d)make provision for the publication of notices or the taking of other steps for securing that the persons affected by the suspension of the operation of a decision appealed against will be informed of its suspension.
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