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14. Where any advice tendered by an adviser to the Committee is not accepted by the Committee—
(a)if the advice is tendered at a hearing before the Committee, the Chair shall announce the reasons for not accepting the advice tendered;
(b)the Chair shall ensure that a written record is kept of the advice tendered, and the reasons why the Committee did not accept that advice; and
(c)a copy of the record of the advice tendered and the reasons why the Committee did not accept that advice shall be sent to the parties.
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