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7. Where the landlord has given notice in accordance with regulation 3 of a review by way of an oral hearing and neither the tenant nor the tenant’s representative attends on the date, and at the time and place notified, the person carrying out the review may—
(a)proceed with the hearing; or
(b)make any other directions with a view to the conduct of the review that he considers appropriate, taking into account all relevant circumstances including any explanation offered for the absence.
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