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6.—(1) The appellant must file a written reply no later than 28 days after—
(a)the date on which the appellant received a copy of the statement of case; or
(b)if the Commission amends its statement of case, the date on which the appellant received a copy of the amended statement of case.
(2) The reply must—
(a)state the grounds the appellant relies upon in his notice of appeal;
(b)identify all matters contained in the statement of case which are disputed by the appellant; and
(c)state the appellant’s reasons for disputing the matters identified in paragraph (b).
(3) The reply must be accompanied by a list of and a copy of all the documents on which the appellant relies in support of his case.
(4) Upon receipt of the appellant’s reply, the Tribunal must send to the Commission a copy of the reply and of the list and documents referred to in paragraph (3).
(5) If at any time the appellant wishes to amend the reply provided in accordance with this rule he must file an application for a direction under rule 11(f) with the amended reply.
(6) If the application under paragraph (5) is granted by the Tribunal, the Tribunal must send a copy of the amended reply to the Commission.
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