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After subsection (6A) of section 4 of the [1996 c. 17.] Employment Tribunals Act 1996 (which is inserted by section 3(6) of this Act) insert—
“(6B)Employment tribunal procedure regulations may (subject to subsection (6C)) also provide that any act which—
(a)by virtue of subsection (6) may be done by the person mentioned in subsection (1)(a) alone, and
(b)is of a description specified by the regulations for the purposes of this subsection,
may be done by a person appointed as a legal officer in accordance with regulations under section 1(1); and any act so done shall be treated as done by an employment tribunal.
(6C)But regulations under subsection (6B) may not specify—
(a)the determination of any proceedings, other than proceedings in which the parties have agreed the terms of the determination or in which the person bringing the proceedings has given notice of the withdrawal of the case, or
(b)the carrying-out of pre-hearing reviews in accordance with regulations under section 9(1).”
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