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62.—(1) Any procedural act required or authorised by these rules, not being one required or authorised by the following rules—
(a)rules 10 (Power to reject) and 28(2);
(b)rule 12 (Withdrawal of the appeal), in the case of a withdrawal during or after the hearing;
(c)rule 40 (Power to reject);
(d)rule 41 (Summary judgment);
(e)rule 42 (Withdrawal), in the case of a withdrawal during or after the hearing;
(f)rules 58 (Permission to appeal) and 59 (Decision of the Tribunal on request for permission to appeal);
(g)rule 60 (References to the European Court),
may be done by the President acting alone.
(2) The powers of the President may be exercised by a chairman provided that the powers conferred by rule 61 may only be exercised by a chairman if the urgency of an application made in accordance with rule 61(7) so requires.
(3) If so authorised by the President, the Registrar may, subject to rule 4(4) and without prejudice to rule 55(3)—
(a)make any order by consent (except where rule 57(4) applies);
(b)deal with extensions or abridgments of time limits under rule 19(2)(i), except a request for an extension of time for filing an appeal or application under Part II or Part III of these rules;
(c)deal with requests for confidential treatment under rule 53;
(d)exercise the Tribunal’s powers in respect of the service of documents under rule 63.
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