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51.—(1) The proceedings shall be opened and directed by the President or the chairman who shall be responsible for the proper conduct of the hearing.
(2) The Tribunal shall, so far as it appears to it appropriate, seek to avoid formality in its proceedings and shall conduct the hearing in such manner as it considers most appropriate for the clarification of the issues before it and generally to the just, expeditious and economical handling of the proceedings.
(3) Unless the Tribunal otherwise directs, no witness of fact or expert shall be heard unless the relevant witness statement or expert report has been submitted in advance of the hearing and in accordance with any directions of the Tribunal.
(4) The Tribunal may limit cross-examination of witnesses to any extent or in any manner it deems appropriate.
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