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17.—(1) Following receipt of the notice of exercise of right and the information and documents specified in regulation 16(2) the Committee must—
(a)acknowledge receipt of the notice of exercise of right and accompanying information and documents to the appellant or, where appropriate, the appellant’s representative within 7 days beginning with the date of receipt of the notice;
(b)require the Authority to provide to the Committee within 21 days of receipt by the Authority of the notice of exercise of right and the information and documents specified in regulation 16(2) copies of any documents the Authority intends to rely on in relation to the reconsideration; and
(c)provide to the appellant or, where appropriate, the appellant’s representative copies of any papers received under sub-paragraph (b) within 7 days of receipt from the Authority.
(2) In a case where the appellant has requested a hearing, or the Committee considers that a hearing is necessary the Chair shall ensure that a notice of hearing is sent to the parties within 28 days beginning with the date of receipt of the notice of exercise of right.
(3) In a case where the appellant has requested that the case be considered on the papers and the Committee considers this appropriate the Chair must ensure that the parties are—
(a)informed of the date on which the Committee will reconsider the decision; and
(b)required to submit any written submissions no later than 14 days before the date on which the Committee is to meet.
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